Monday-Meme – Mystery Topic Challenge #14

28 07 2008

One of the things that was raised by the recent feedback was that the Mystery Topic Challenge provides some of Textual Relations’ best material. Yet it also came to light that some readers were wary about taking part themselves. Since he helped to found the MTC, Mr President wants it to be a success. Recently the turnout of participants has been low but the vote count was high last time.

Not only is the MTC fun but it is a way to bring more readers to your blog. Try it!

One of Mr President’s regular readers, Reasonable Robinson, already signed up.



4 responses

10 08 2011

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15 08 2011
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30 12 2012
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