Last month, Mad Man On A Great Lake received 122 views. That dos seems better than one but, for me, it’s kind of makes me think. After all, this is supposed to be an outlet to self publish things that apparently real publications such as Crain’s Cleveland business aren’t interested in (What Happened to the West Quad Project? March 7 2017). It has also turned out, mainly in my quick little posts, a mean to articulate my voice on issues, for the most part lately political since in the real world I am pretty much forced to play the role of listener with people who basically want others to validate their own views, no matter how much I truly disagree with them. That was not the plan for this.
While perhaps A Long Hot Stinking Summer probably deserves only 6 views throughout the world, I would have thought that Don Peck’s America Is Still In a Pinch would have received far more than the 14 views generated. After all, a lot more time and effort was put into that.
Like many other things, I have to contemplate where I am going with this and if the direction is towards a cliff instead of a gate, I will just turn and walk away. Well, enough self-pity, there are other things that need to get done.
Okay Ladies and Gentlemen, enjoy your Saturday Evening. I sure plan to.
Photograph by James Valentino.