- Remember the Bhopal disaster?
- Twisting the Treaty: A Tribal Grab for Wealth and Power
- You can't get rid of poverty by giving people money
- Sorry Russel. you’re wrong
- Why is this young couple subsidising the ‘Politicians Bankers Welfare Fund’?
- One Law For All
- The Complete Idiot’s Chart to Understanding the Middle East
- Where’s the tar and feathers?
- A message from Ayn Rand
- Why you can’t take the "slam" out of "Islam"
- “I’m guilty of gross violation of equality of opportunity, racism and possibly sexism.”
- Inevitable Inflation?
- Middle Eastern democracy, in pictures
Interesting. Out of the most popular thirteen there are …
- three on Islam and the Middle East
- only four or five, really, are directly NZ stories – and two of those are on racism
- only one, possibly two, are on economics
- around three in total are on racism
- three are basically just cartoons borrowed from others
- only three are guest posts
- and there are no popular posts bagging Christianity. Sad really.
So I guess what this should tell me is is to write more on racism and the Middle East, borrow more cartoons from Facebook, bag Russel Norman mercilessly while leaving the Christians and economics alone – and maybe post more pictures of cats.
How many of those do you think might happen?
OTHER INTERESTING STATS for 2013:
- the most popular age group reading Not PC is 25-34, which describes around 36% of readers
- around 54% of you are male, and 46% female
- over 51% of you read from NZ, around 15% from Australia, 4.3% from the UK, and between 1 to 2% from Canada, Germany, France, India, Italy and Brazil
- around one-third of you now use Chrome to read this, around one-quarter Firefox and Internet Explorer, and one-sixth Safari, and bugger-all mobile apps
- of the 8% of you who do read this while out and about, fully 95% use a tablet (80% of those an iPad) and only 5% a phone (only
- and bugger all of the 250,000 of you who visited bothered to comment.
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* At least, according to the number of visits to each post as measured by Google Analytics.