Wednesday, August 22, 2007

The 1000th Post

My furious posting pace this morning had an ulterior motive. I wanted to get in before Nige to write this, the 1000th Thought Experiments post. Thank you, thank you, once again we've been great. Over the course of the next thousand I shall be pursuing a new policy. Unfortunately, I do not yet know what it is.

15 comments:

  1. well done. is that your 1000 or a joint tally?

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  2. ah, so there'll be another milestone shortly...

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  3. how about a mission goal of "post-mortem mutilations?" Might draw in some more readers via Google, there are some odd types out there.

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  4. Congratulations. Consistently entertaining and thought-provoking. I don't know how you do it. Such regularity. And on only two shredded wheat!

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  5. Ah, the influences of millenarianism.

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  6. Warmest congratulations, Bryan, from your number one fan.
    Gordon Brown

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  7. The bunting's out here at NigeCorp I can tell you. As is customary on such occasions, a garlanded effigy of Appleyard is to be carried in triumph though the turbine halls. It will then be seated at the head of the table to preside over a celebratory feast, in the course of which roast swan will be consumed and many toasts drunk, until the workers slide to the floor unconscious...
    By the way, what was the very first post? And when, come to that? How long has this been going on?

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  8. Congratulations, Bryan and Nige.

    TE is an essential timewaster. And I mean that as very high praise indeed.

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  9. A formidable achievement meriting much praise and honour. Don't even listen to the jealous second-raters who sneer that 823 of them were about cats, birds and Shreddies.

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  10. Well done. Sex Winehouse Skwerl Beijing Dave Barry. Just a bit of Google-pumping there.

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  11. Many happy returns. And may there be a thousand, nay, THOUSANDS more posts from our boys in Britain.

    Nige, the painted bunting is out here. Bring binocs.

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  12. Congratulations, Bryan (and Nige)! I'm sure that the collapse of Blogger service shortly after that post went up was purely coincidental. Or did you bring the system to its knees while trying to investigate what happened to your site yesterday?

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  13. Thanks all. Kind words. We shall endeavour to continue to waste your time.

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