About Me

 

 

I am no one and nothing.

9 responses to “About Me”

  1. John Bostrom says :

    Peter – I stumbled on your Iraq and Afghanistan charts and videos looking for simple statistics – how many total casualties, civilian/coalition/enemy, in Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s surprsingly hard to get simple, reliable figures.

    Terrific work, thank you so much. I’d really like to work with you further on the “In 1 minute” videos to add a running calculator of total casualties and more visible dates especially in the Afghanistan series. Could we do that?

    John BostromPeter – I stumbled on your Iraq and Afghanistan charts and videos looking for simple statistics – how many total casualties, civilian/coalition/enemy, in Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s surprsingly hard to get simple, reliable figures.

    Terrific work, thank you so much. I’d really like to work with you further on the “In 1 minute” videos to add a running calculator of total casualties and more visible dates especially in the Afghanistan series. Could we do that?

    John Bostrom

  2. Michael Mesmer says :

    Hi Peter —

    I am a psychotherapist and new indie filmmaker completing my first film, a 10-minute short about an Iraq War veteran who’s been traumatized by his own violence and what he’s been exposed to. I’m building a collage of images to express his horror of violence — may I use the “Iraq War Casualties” map you have on your blog? I have no money to pay you but will of course credit you. Let me know — thanks!

  3. Danny Murphy says :

    Dear Sir my name is Danny Murphy. I am a masters student in Trinity College Dublin. I was wonderiing if there is any chance you might have data concerning Sierra Leone in regards to number of atrocities commited per year during the civil war? Any help you might give me would be greatly appreciated.

  4. Marty Levick says :

    I am working on a book on Civil Rights & Reconstruction for school & public libraries in the U.S. and wondered if we could use one of your maps showing
    lynchings after the Civil War but we need a hi-res version to use in the book –
    would you be able to please help us ? For us that a minimum of 300 DPI
    and about 5-6 inches wide, or high. It is Nov2. 2, 2014 and a quick reply
    would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your help in advance !

  5. Dr. Rabson Kachala says :

    Go ahead and use it but please quote our source as reference.

  6. Conricus says :

    Hi,

    You´ve got a very informative site. Can I use your African hot spot map in a book I´m writing, partly about ethnic based conflicts in Africa?

    Thanks in advance,

  7. Sandy Johnson says :

    Dude! I hope you see this. I ready your “Hopeless” post. I too am disheartened by the election and the state of the country in general. I hope you don’t give up. Feel free to email me any time.

  8. dullblogger says :

    I love you, Pete.

  9. Terril Lonergan says :

    Pete.
    Where you at?

    Lovlies,

    Terry Klawth

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