The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

25 December 2004

Ever so slightly spiked

I mean, really:

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All this from a five-word post — and five short words at that — from Michelle Malkin. (The link was to this impertinent observation, which also prompted a Freeper thread.)

I mean, this was a slow day otherwise. Of the 3,080 visitors yesterday, 2,554 came to see that one silly little item. Needless to say, I'm inclined to think that the increased Malkinization of blogdom is a Good Thing.

Posted at 2:33 PM to Blogorrhea


Wow! And I get giddy when I hit 100 visitors in a day! I hope you are having a nice Christmas, Charles.

Posted by: Donna at 3:20 PM on 25 December 2004

I'm taking advantage of that Peace On Earth business: quiet, unruffled, unperturbed. As I get older, I appreciate it more.

Posted by: CGHill at 3:30 PM on 25 December 2004

She could at least do the tease page in the back of the mag. Those stats certainly look erect.

Posted by: jd at 4:38 PM on 25 December 2004

I'm not holding my breath.

Posted by: CGHill at 4:59 PM on 25 December 2004

Hey..Merry Christmas and all that.

Hope you're enjoying the tree in the "new" digs.

Posted by: Vickie at 5:47 PM on 25 December 2004

Not a bad day at all, really, which (considering some of the horrible holidays I've had in the past) is definitely a step ahead.

Posted by: CGHill at 6:19 PM on 25 December 2004

You need to follow up and milk the surge by writing a post indicating that Michelle Malkin has obliged you with a couple fine looking peaks and you have graphic evidence to prove it.

Er ... nevermind.

Posted by: Interested-Participant at 11:45 AM on 26 December 2004

Traffic yesterday having been two-thirds of what it was Friday, I'd hate to be in the position of accusing her of, um, asymmetry.

Posted by: CGHill at 11:52 AM on 26 December 2004

WOWSA!!!!! I would have fainted if that happened to my blog!!

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Posted by: Jan at 4:43 PM on 26 December 2004

It's those teaser posts that make people click through.

Posted by: Ravenwood at 2:48 PM on 31 December 2004