Is that 3.5 million words defending George Bush and attacking Barack Obama? Hardly. No. It's a portrait in real time of the formative years of the 21st century in America. Image copyright issues aside (in a few select instances), the following is a list of topics written about at InstaPunk for which the posts add up to a book (min 100 pgs) each.
Movies and TV (domestic and foreign, old and recent)
Climate Change (hearkening back to a first essay in 1997 to 2014)
Music (appreciations & thoughts about rock, jazz, R&B, classical, icons, etc)
Literature (writers, books, fiction, poetry, obits, recommendations, reviews)
Automobiles (from Bugatti and Hispano to Roadrunner and Jaguar, personal)
Sports & Media (baseball, football, B-ball, hockey, golf, stars, teams, issues)
The Olympics (enough posts for a book of its own, a funny one)
Evolution (the age-old debate still raging, IP participating)
Ancient Cultures/Archaeology (Gobekli Tepe to Polynesian cannibals, etc)
Economics/Business vis a vis Politics (including econ of taxes and reparations)
Israel, Jews & Anti-Semitism (and related issues)
Popular Culture (from reality shows to high fashion and instant celebrity)
Philosophy, Religion & Ayn Rand (a war in print between me and her acolytes)
News Media and Celebrity Punditry (serious and funny too)
Dogs and Cats
Thus far, InstaPunk has given rise to three books in print, The Indictment: An Obama Diary, (P)Articles of InstaPunk, XOFF News, and part of a fourth, Sighthounds & Other Strangers.
The words are there, available through the Wayback Machine (highlighted above), and many of the graphics are, though there are also many missing pictures and music videos. Time marches on. Why there's a Wayback Machine and an Amazon printing press. Stuff can be and is being rescued for the permanent record.
Nothing to stop you, though, from hauling out your magnifying glass and grabbing some posts for your own perusal.