Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics, Part 2

Rob Dean

54h
54f
40h
40f
25h
25f
20h
20f
15v
15h
15f
6h
6f
95
26
2
6
22
41
12
96
40
31
75
30
266
8
84
124
335
97
48
16
59
23
422
130
13
123
533
98
25
25
123
8
300
173
7
62
2
85
99
33
62
20
236
30
0
1
56
8
129
1
7
1
49
3
425
12
166
2
30
23
86
16
26
110
3
4
97
17
44
418
4
1
19
2
19
25
4
24
5
5
4
6
2
3
8
5
5
8
7
3
1
21
20
8
17
3
(4)
16
9
1
4
13
2
(6)
48
36
10
1
12
11
3
1
5
(4)
12
12
3
2
58
17
24
13
7
73
(4)
16
So, with a little effort, it looks like I have successfully loaded a summary chart of my painting completions, going back to the last quarter of 1995.  I think I started keeping this log during the previous government shutdown.  
Years are on the left; the computer helpfully (?) truncated my dates.
h=horse f=foot v=vehicle
I haven’t touched a 15 in a long time.  I tried 15mm WWII for a brief period of time, so there’s a vehicle column.
1997 to 2001 were good years.  They got me my Dark Ages, Darkest Africa, and much of my massed fantasy armies.  2003 was a busy year.  I finished my 2nd Punic War project, and also got 54mm medieval skirmish on the table for the first time.  By 2005, my 2nd son and I were skating, which took up a lot of time, and I’m still recovering.

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