More Comments Than Posts

It is a proud day, I must say.

Not proud that I was in the car home still trying to remember whether or not I’d actually gotten around to posting something here today (after wading through the ever-deepening pool of my blog feeds).

Not proud that I felt close to saying things I’d regret to people who apparently hadn’t allowed their brains to feed on oxygen lately a few times earlier in the day.

Not proud in that I deleted 60 more spam posts from the Akismet queue.

Not proud that I saw “The Last Mimzy”, a horrendous waste of brain cells and a decent storyline. Oh, I’ve got nothing against the acting or the actors, only against the fact that they chose a promising story to hang the tired old bags of eastern mysticism mixed in with an unhealthy dose of “they’re out there” alien superstition stitched around a “polluted world, polluted body, polluted mind” mythos and all rolled up in two cute kids. I’m just glad I didn’t pay anything to see it.

No, this is a proud day for I, Pandora. There are, as of today, more comments than there are articles!

Once this article is posted there will be 279 posted articles, and 280 comments.

Of course, there are the 1374 spam comments that Akismet has graciously and efficiently removed from before your virgin eyes. But who’s counting?

Thank you to all those who read.

But please: I’d really like to know what y’all think. What about I, Pandora do you appreciate? What would you like to see more of or less of? I’m still searching for my niche, it would seem.

3 thoughts on “More Comments Than Posts”

  1. Congratulations! I’m not a blog expert, but my $0.02 is to keep doing what you are doing. I like your variety. I’ll be linking to your ethanol post in my weekly roundup (hope you don’t mind!). I like how you aren’t afraid to tackle tough issues like the gay thing. Keep up the good work and just keep writing about what interests you!

  2. Hi Matthew,

    Congratulations on the cosmic comment ratio. Sorry, but I have yet to isolate the factors that I like about your blog. Which is a shame, because I’d swipe it in the blink of an eye 🙂

    the Grit

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