Here they are, as follows:
- But She's a Commoner!, Nov 17, 2010: 3 comments; a whopping 5,838 page views!
- Dulce et Decorum Est?, Sept 11, 2005: 854 page views.
- The Elephant in the Blog, Sep 21, 2007: 115 comments; 502 page views.
- Who is an Anglo?, Aug 15, 2007: 11 comments; 480 page views.
- Why do the heathen rage, July 5, 2009: 4 comments; 346 page views.
- Felicitous? -- A True Fable, Sep 17, 2007: 254 comments, 293 page views.
- Values vs. Ethics,
Sep 7, 2007: 9 comments; 215 page views.
- The Burqa and the Thong,
Feb 12, 2010, 7 comments;182 page views.
- Predatory Men, Predatory Women, May 31, 2007: 15 comments; 155 page views.
- Goodbye, Uptown Cathay, Jul 9, 2010: 1 comment; 90 page views.
And no. 3 is the sequel to no. 6, both precipitated by an invading swarm of British trolls, scallawags and sundry other nether creatures (note the high number of comments).
No. 2 is one of my personal favorites (see under "Favorite Posts," left), yet it didn't garner any comment. I had no idea that many people were drawn to it.
But no. 4 got hits mostly from Britain before the horde. I guess Brits were experiencing an identity crisis that day.
Then no. 5 was a whimsical think piece that meandered through religion, literature, psychology and I tagged philosophy to cover them all. Didn't expect this.
Nos. 8 and 9: obvious.
No. 7 got many hits from India and the Middle East. Soul searching in distant lands?
Then there's no. 10, about a neighborhood restaurant. Who knew so many people cared?
You people are strange.