Thursday, August 30, 2012

The MWBH Ballpark-Guessing-Top-Ten-Of-All-Time List

We didn't get to show the best of last year's work due to the pressing family matter which yours truly discussed in some detail at the time. When monitoring our viewers' choices over the last few years, we notice that some of the same pieces keep coming up. For this, our decennial year, we have decided to show -- this is educated guessing here, okay? -- what we have determined to be the ten most popular written works since we began publishing in June of 2002. We might just as well have included two or three more, but TEN seemed like a good round number.

Some are the result of common Google searches, others may be favorites from our more dedicated readers. Whatever the case, remember, these are not necessarily our picks, but yours -- probably.

Dec 24 2007
Christmas at Stanbrook in 1904

Jun 10 2008
Why, Oh Why, Oh Why, Oh — Why Did I Ever Leave Ohio?

Apr 03 2009
“You only need two tools in life ...”

Apr 20 2009
Bullies for Columbine

Sep 07 2009
The Ant and the Grasshopper

Feb 01 2010
They Don’t Make Nun Names (Like That No More)

Apr 08 2010
“Da mihi animas, cetera tolle!”

Nov 21 2010
Paruparong Bukid

Mar 17 2011
Guitar Workshop: D Modal Tuning (DADGAD)

Finally, the one published this year, the one that brought us the biggest daily visitor count of all time ...

Aug 01 2012
U wanna peece of this?

And so it goes ...

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