Up and At ‘Em with the Comments!

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G’day, jambo, kaor! Byron the Quokka here, trying to wrap up this comment contest. Have you noticed there are less than 200 comments to go to reach 80,000?

I would love to have this finished before Thanksgiving; because the day after Thanksgiving, I have to launch the Christmas Carol Contest!

The winner will receive either an autographed copy of one of Lee’s books, or this really cool T-shirt in MAGA red that says “If they have to kill us, they’ve lost.” You get to choose your prize!

So, before we dive into any nooze, and during the dive, and afterward, how about going to town with your comments? Just about anything goes–as long as it’s not abusive to anyone else on this site, packed with profanity, a cheap attempt to disguise a sales pitch as a comment, or simply too dopey to bother with.

Come on–less than 200 more! You can do that in a week! Or less, even! Don’t leave me twisting in the wind like some kind of boof who can’t run a comment contest…

4 comments on “Up and At ‘Em with the Comments!

  1. Hi, Byron, and thanks for the update. I’ll try, can’t guarantee anything- am in such a flurry this morning; relatives with health problems, friends having difficulties, feeling like a wrung out dishtowel, and on it goes. I will try, though.

  2. My kids and I are reading bell mountain and wondering, what is your position on end times? How does that fit with the fantasy series?

    1. I have to admit that I don’t know what’s my position on end times. I tend to sidestep the issue and concentrate on my work, which I pray will be profitable to Christ’s Kingdom. I believe all Christians ought to be working for that.

      Much damage was done in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when so many Christians started focusing on the Rapture and allowing the ungodly to take over our culture. We’re paying for that today.

      I know there are strong feelings on both sides of the issue, and I wouldn’t want to say anything provoking. Except, of course, for the observation that the Church has many enemies and Christians ought not to indulge themselves in battling other Christians. The fight, as they say, is “out there.” Not under the roof of the universal catholic Church.

      Our Lord Jesus Christ never gave us a timeline or a printed schedule. Instead, He warned us that He would come again when the world least expected it, like a thief in the night. And He urged us, “Watch.”

      So I watch.

      As for Bell Mountain, the fantasy world follows its own arc of history, different from ours. The primary concern there is to re-establish the people’s connection with their God.

      I hope this answers your question. Please feel free to ask more.

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