Monday, September 11, 2006

1000 hits and counting!

Time to break open the champagne!
I see from my counter that I've had over 1000 seperate hits!
-Thank-you all for visiting. I must say that I have enjoyed writing my on-line diary and a few people have said they enjoy it too.
Despite my initial worries in my first post about if I would be able to have the time, the inclination or even the readership to justify writing a blog, I am certainly going to carry on blogging for the forseeable future.
My only disapointment is how few people post comments compared to the readership. All views, (especially in opposition) are welcome, provided they are non-abusive of course!

6 Comments:

Blogger UK Daily Pundit said...

What you should understand about the comments is that the more intellectual you are, the less comments you get. I get hardly any. But Guido and Iain Dale get loads. See.

10:46 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

UKIP are like a well rotted dog turd - once you tread on them you just can't seem to scrape them off your shoe and the smell follows you around for ages...

...of course we will see a UKIP run council very soon - will be compulsory to employ Polish labour while telling everybody you want them deported!

1:11 am  
Blogger Chris Palmer said...

To be honest, when I visit blogs, I usually cannot be bothered to comment - I tend to just read. However, I can see why this would be annoying (probably not the right word) to some people since it feels as if they are not being acknowledged. Have people read their post? Did they like it? They didn't comment, so perhaps they didn't.

4:15 pm  
Blogger Ryan Newell said...

The second post says it all about most tory supporters.
Do they ever have any thing worth listening too to say?
With UKIPs new leader watch this space for defections.

11:23 pm  
Blogger tapestry said...

defections from UKIP you mean? All 50 of them... if Southampton can raise that many members.

2:03 pm  
Blogger Ryan Newell said...

tapestry

As far as im aware no UKIP Southampton members have left UKIP. And I should know as all member defections will come through me. Why should they most supported Nigel for the leadership.

7:06 pm  

Post a Comment

<< Home