I'm being a bit lazy today. How lazy? Well, for one thing, I'm borrowing a great idea from Travis Erwin, so I'm digging out a few of my older posts from last year. Last year, my readership was about zilcho, or pretty close to it. At that time, I wrote a few good posts that people really didn't get a chance to read, simply because they didn't really know me that well.
I'm gonna resurrect about a half dozen posts or so, give you a brief intro to each one, and let you explore the early history of Cedar's Mountain. Feel free to leave a comment either at this post or at the original one.
1} This one was a prime example by me why I hate labor unions and why labor unions are the tails that wag the collective dog known as the State of Connecticut.
2} The fear of the unknown, or rather, the fear of not living up to one's expectations was a theme that I touched on during the early months of this blog. This post is one such example.
3} Coming from the chat rooms to the blog world was something of a sticker shock to my system. It took me quite a while to get used to the freedom of saying what I wanted, when I wanted and not worrying about being censored or warned by moderators.
5} Early on in my blog, one of the topics I covered was relationships. I quickly ran out of things to talk about, but I did make some extremely thoughtful posts while I was doing so. This one is what I consider to be the best of the lot.
6} Censorship. I talked about censorship a lot last year, and I managed to turn off a few bloggers while doing so. This particular one did the trick.
And finally, one about bad language. I am notorious for using foul language in both of my blogs (you already know what I do with the short story blog). With this one, I would tack on a disclaimer warning people about the content of a given post. This particular post was in response to what happened to my good friend Jannie Funster one particular week in January. It's called Select Adjective Hypersensitivity