A note to my readers: I'll be on vacation for the next week, so please pardon the sporadic posting.

Thanks, Jonah

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While you are resting on vacation, I thought this was as good a time as any to mention something that I have noticed about this blog.

Whenever a topic even remotely hints at anything about sex, or religion, or evolution, WOW, do you ever get alot of comments. But then, lots of other subjects of general interest, get only a curious comment or two.

Maybe you could feature this phenomenon, sometime.

Yeah, maybe an in-depth discussion on how controversial topics are controversial.

By Tegumai Bopsul… (not verified) on 01 Aug 2007 #permalink