That’s since July of last year when The Unseen Moon replaced The Zapata Tales.* Were it not for the counter, I would think only about ten people ever read this thing because almost everybody keeps mum.
I have read that is typical of blogs, so I don’t feel bad about it.
The Zapata Tales was about my life in Mexico. The Unseen Moon is more like the old Seinfeld television show, about nothing in particular.
Except Seinfeld never got people steamed up, which I do now and then.
The two most visited days were when I wrote about my trip to Communist Cuba and when I tried to look rationally at what Todd Akin said. I was successful with the first and less so with the second, which one reader described as a “train wreck.”
In January, eight years will have passed since I began writing online. It’s been a lot more fun than I anticipated at the beginning.
I appreciate your business. Come again.
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* And The Bierce Account.