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I’ve been writing random and sometimes organized thoughts in this blog for quite a while now and I just took a closer look at the statistics of people who have read my stuff.
So, I want to Thank every one of you who have read my materials and I hope that you all continue to take benefit from or enjoy these materials.
Here is a graphic of the geographical reach that I have benefited from and I would like each of you to know that I appreciate every minute you take to follow me, read this stuff, and, hopefully comment on and invite others you know to read this same information:
Thank you, bgbg