Statistics Saturday: What’s Lingering In My E-mail Box

Pie chart with wedges for GoComics and Comics Kingdom e-mails I'd already read, LinkedIn wanting me to congratulate people for 'work anniversaries', Best Buy offering 10% off kitchen appliances, Patreons I forget to read, Comics Kingdom customer support claiming to work on stuff that's been going on for a year now, CodeProject e-mails I forget to read, Updated Privacy Statements, University of Chicago free e-books I forget to read, WordPress comment notifications I'm afraid of, and e-mails from my in-laws about what they'll need to board our pet rabbit for a trip from eight months ago.
Not depicted: The e-mails from my family that are really text chats they’re all having on their phones that for some reason come to me as e-mails from their phone numbers, and the texts are attached files, and I don’t know how to answer any of this.

Reference: Gemini: Steps To The Moon, David J Shayler.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

2 thoughts on “Statistics Saturday: What’s Lingering In My E-mail Box”

  1. I’m surprised you don’t have a wedge marked “Carp from Garrison”, I’ll just assume you have my offerings in the “Comments (you’re) afraid to answer” wedge.
    (Sorry for the misplaced response)


    1. Ah, I have a little fear of answering you but it’s more that I figure I can let comments slide a day or two until I have the chance to answer, and then suddenly it’s the end of the month and I never said anything back.


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