It's been confirmed that the Jellybean Mystery doesn't ALWAYS work. Which is kind of great, because it illustrates that there isn't anything that MAKES it work, ever. It just usually does.
For inexplicable reasons, the wiki site no longer allows me to sort the page statistics page by hit count. Which makes reviewing the stats a lot less convenient. Still, I managed to notice that 37 people have read a page I haven't even finished writing yet (on the Conjecture of Meaning.)
Obviously I haven't posted in a while, but other than that, things are unchanged. It's been a weird mix of a slow summer and a busy one. But I decided to continue my tradition of using this blog to document the ongoing (if slight) activity on the wiki.
I sat down for a couple minutes the other day and went over the numbers from last week's JM at the UU Fellowship.
I'm sorting out some of my tech and lawn care problems, and I'm going to start another project. Like the commentary on Ray Kurzweil's book a few months ago, but a very different topic. (Or is it?) CJ asked me to read and comment on the book Healing ADD. I'm sure my efforts are going to disappoint her, but they will undoubtedly provide many many opportunities for me to explain my experience, my perspective, and my philosophy.
Of course I'm also going to be working on setting up more and bigger Jellybean Mystery rituals/presentations/contests. And I did say I would write more about the specific results from last Sunday. So I guess I'll post something about that next.
It went well. Reverend Dave actually got the closest guess. Then he asked about how POR relates to Wittgenstein, which was a real thrill.
Next Sunday, June 1, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Pottstown, PA, the first public presentation of the Jellybean Mystery will take place during the 10:00 Sunday Service. The public is invited to attend; please sign the guest book.