Thank You: No, Really, I Mean It

Hey all,
I realize you’re all in your post-2016/pre-2017 drunken stupors, because really, who wouldn’t be? If I could drop in for one quick second to steal a moment of time where you could be drinking, I’d appreciate it.

I’ve said a lot of things this year. Over fifty pieces, actually, which means that I clearly have too much time on my hands. But to me, what is amazing is that you read this stuff. And read it again. And share it. And talk about it. You’ve done this so much that you shot the visits to this site up by about 600%, which is just insane. Your feedback has been invaluable, your snark has been on point, and your support has meant the world to me.  

So thank you. Thank you to those who have written for this site this year, who have shared posts, and to all who have read and discussed. This whole blog-thing has become something far more than I could have ever foreseen, and I look forward to a fantastic 2017 with you – the nuclear wastelands will be so much fun to wander.

Cheers.

3 thoughts on “Thank You: No, Really, I Mean It

  1. I enjoy and appreciate your ramblings, as a Vietnam combat vet and a Gold Star dad, my son an Infantry 1Lt was KIA in Mosul 2005. you have revealed some of the disturbing cracks in the armor, which on the bright side allows some light to shine in. thank you

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  2. “…But to me, what is amazing is that you read this stuff. And read it again. And share it. And talk about it.”
    It’s a good feeling, and it only gets better when comments support your ideas or provoke thoughtful discussion… (even when there are typos)
    Keep writing, and we shall keep reading…

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