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Creation Date: October 28th, 2017 08:28 PM
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My Daily (sort of) Thoughts on Various Topics. Not Politically Correct.
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  #240 New August 19th, 2020 02:27 AM
I have been looking over my blog the past few days, seeing what catches attention of readers and what does not, and it is an interesting mix. The single most read blog post is Sneering at the Military, with nothing else even close. I am not sure why Great Lakes Levels is so popular, and it has the most comments. A fair number of comments have 200 or more reads, with my first essay into blogging, Religion and Government, on Traveller is close to 300, so not too bad. My comment on my Signature Question has a goodly number of reads, as does Would Jesus Wear A Rolex. That one comes from a Ray Stevens song, that does ask a very pointed question.

Design sequences, Space: 1889, and my Piper-Norton Out Rim Sector all do well, which makes sense. I do need to get back on work on that, along with getting out some booklets. A bestiary is not likely to upset people, but some of my other ideas will, but so be it.

Religion comments are so so, but I will keep commenting there, as after all, this is my blog. It would be good if religion was not depicted in such a negative light by Traveller. That is one aspect of the game that I find disturbing. I am not sure why Marc shaped it in that way, but he did. Not a lot I can do about it except rewrite the Cepheus Engine rules on religion and put that out.
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