BL21 – 0001 0011 – Liette #002 “He wrote 42 pages today ALONE!”


Liette # 002 – Huge Post Today

Who: Woman #3

When: March 2, 2020 – “Lepp wrote a blog post today which is 42 pages in length.”

Where: Prospect Street Police Station, police interview the usual complainant.

Why: She wanted PC Goobie to believe I was not only capable of blogging huge waves of scorn about her, but today it is only a medium one at just 42 pages.

What: It was actually 6 pages. She was asked by DS Bentham to come in and bring a bunch more charges with her. She then charged me with 11 breaches of my Probation Order, which was struck in its entirety months ago. So, she brings 11 breaches, just 3 got accepted, 8 were too far out there even for Det. Loughry, and she wanted to describe the horror she felt of each time she recognized that her actual name was displayed on the screen or written out and given to a justice. And she wanted to “bait and switch” by saying “I brought a very short “medium length” post today, BUT, you should see the worse ones of 100 pages.”

Goobie is STILL appreciative that she brought none of the REALLY big ones, because he did not want to have to actually read them.

So that went pretty fast, eh? I will do more of this style.

Note: You can search later on the “Liettes category” to see the accumulation.

Here is “A Face That Launched a THOUSAND LIETTES!

Did you find her? The one who started it all?

Of course not. Her name is not Liette. It’s #3.

The alleged post is 1,824 words when you copy/paste the words to LibreOffice

What Is Typical?

Per the experts: “Just to keep in mind, the average one spaced page usually contains about 3000 characters or 500 words. Depending on the text formatting, a page word count may include from 200 (large print) up to 600 words (academic book).”

So, my 1,832 words would range from 3.1 to 9 pages on average.

So, when woman #3 tells police, FOR EFFECT, that I blogged “42 PAGES THAT DAY”, she was off by just a factor of about 5. She exaggerated the size to be five times the actual JUST to impress PC Goobie with how rude I was that day.

How can #3 explain this? and the “100 pages” I am capable of blogging.

Join us in April 26-28.

I found a great addin for WordPress, it does a big analysis with charts and graphs of the volumes in my PUBLISHED blog. It does NOT count posts which the court ordered removed.

Summary of Blog

471 published posts over 1,263 days is

0.373 posts per day or

a post every 2.682 days.

That is 180.4 weeks,

so that would be 2.6 posts per week or

a blog post every 0.383 weeks.

Over roughly 42.1 months there are 11.2 posts per month.

Taking the number of years as 3.5 years, there are 136.1 posts per year. Or, from 2017 to 2021 is 5 years, which would be 94.2 posts per year.

(The summary stats are from the date of the first post up to today’s date)

…because early on, I did not blog very often, I had a job and a dog

Author: Bob Lepp

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