|Posted by James Garrison on December 16, 2014 at 2:40 PM|
Hey guys, I know I haven't written in quite a while. Things have been crazy as hell here at the Skeptical Okie Headquarters. There's been issues with work, the house, a hernia and other health issues, and a lot of other little things that have severely eaten into any time I might have used to write. Upside to all the craziness is that OKSS is doing pretty good, Oklahoma had a skeptical convention (SkeptiOKcon), and there's been a few things happen worth writing about. I've been a guest on the BlueBall Skeptics podcast and joined the Wow Signal Podcast as a contributor. I'm also actively job hunting, so it all adds up. I keep sitting down at the keyboard to start writing and something else crops up.
My question to anyone that has read more than one of my posts is this: Are they too long, just right, or too short? Are the topics fine, or should I stick to one or two general areas? I'm trying to improve the blog, and I'm looking for your input. Let me know what I can do to make it better, what you like, don't like, or any other suggestions you might have. You can leave a comment, email me, find me on Twitter, etc.. These days it seems I'm everywhere. So until next time, be skeptical, be reasonable, and be sure to clean behind your ears.
The Skeptical Okie
I'm seriously beginning to wonder if anyone reads the blog posts on here. If you do, please leave a comment. It doesn't even have to be a full sentence. I'll take a random string of letters and numbers, to so I can tell if anyone is actually reading these. I'm going to try and get a few more people to write some blog posts so this is more of a community effort.