The blog is a year old! I am pleased that the very first blog post had a prediction which panned out. Here’s hoping for more of those. Thank you to everyone for making this project so rewarding. It has been incredible to meet you. Onward to more interesting stories.
Good job Setty ….don’t ever dare leaving me out of your list !!!
Most 1-year olds are just starting to verbalize words, and this website has posted many! Happy Birthday, I’m looking forward to more good reading and good journalism. EOC
thank you so much! take care
This blog will be the ruin of me yet! I spend more time reading, thinking and posting here than makes any kind of rational sense.
¿Que se yo? C’est pas ma faute. T’es mon brasseur de marde préféré!
A thousand returns…. -w
Congratulations. I love the site. While I don’t post comments often I read it everyday. Thank you for all your hard work.
The underlying reason for your rainfall post- how that would affect the water level in the Guri reservoir- reminds me that the opsis.org.ve site has been dead for quite some time. Lacking a ready source of data on Guri definitely helps shut down discussion of Guri.
Yes that’s true. And not just Guri, but the general state of generators. The old daily, weekly and monthly reports were excellent. Weekly reports were eliminated a couple years ago. Then the daily reports went away after September. I posted on it here. The monthly reports still come out, but the CNG’s “periodista” refused to put me on the distribution list.
Of course eliminating data doesn’t eliminate discussion. It just makes everyone assume the worst — Chavistas assume there is sabotage, oppos assume there is corruption, and everyone assumes that things are getting worse. It’s really demoralizing.
Congrats – good stuff on the issues/dirty laundry in SA. Keep it up.
thanks for all the good info, much appreciated