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Knowing people read what I write

I sometimes worry about the lack of comments on my blog. I post an entry every day yet seldom get a response, so apart from the hitcount going up, I have no way of telling whether anyone is reading what I write. However, I was just in the park enjoying my daily burst of caffeine, when a lady I sometimes talk to came up to me. She told me that she had been reading my site, and thoroughly agreed with my recent entries on Trump and Brexit. Hearing that made my day: it is so gratifying to know that people like what I write on here. I felt humbled and proud. This blog is a hobby, but it's one I've kept up for over a decade; such comments are all I need to keep it going. Mind you, if anyone feels like leaving a comment below, please feel free to do so.

Comments

OK. More than half the country now realises the cost of Brexit, and what a distraction it is from our real problems. The rest doesn't read your blog or access informed debate on the subject. Any ideas on how to reach them? Blogorific bloviations are not going to get through to them.

I know what you mean. I personally think a sustained artistic movement is what is needed. That way we can illustrate the cost of brexit allegorically, through film or theatre. That way we can win people over, without them feeling like they are being beaten over the head about it.

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