Here are a few secrets you don't know about me:
1. I really don't like Star Wars all that much.
2. I am a rabid free marketeer, as in I think pretty much 99% of what the government spends is flat-out unconstitutional and you should be allowed to sell your organs and your vote. That doesn't mean I don't want to see certain CEOs strung up by their thumbs and beaten with tire irons within an inch of their life sometimes.
3. My ideal house would be a renovated funeral home. It sounds creepy and expensive, but...well, no. That's it. Creepy and expensive is about right.
4. I never found the Monty Python television show to be all that funny.*
5. I love math but can't comprehend it. I will read articles and theories and be fascinated but I can't make it too very far beyond basic calc.
OK, hardly secrets, but still.
Anyway, I'm working on those reviews for Twilight Struggle and Founding Fathers. I more or less have them done. As in, "I have them done in my head but I haven't written them or taken photos or done any actual legitimate work yet." I should have TS ready sometime next week. I also have some candy reviews to write up, so those should be up soon as well.
In addition, I'm going to try and contribute to National Blog Posting Month, or NaNoMoStoPoBloRoCo. Unfortunately, I have an acute lack of ideas, so if you have any appropriate suggestions let me know.
*In my defense, I didn't have access to the TV shows, so my exposure was records/cassette tapes and the movies. Since the records were defined sketches with a beginning and an end, that's what I expected. Watching the TV show's odd experimental stream-of-consciousness format just turned me off, and to this day I vastly prefer everything but the television program.