Sunday, December 31, 2006

Happy New Year and Thank You

Well 2006 is nearly over and I have to say, personally, it's been an immensely enjoyable year. Can I just say thank you to everyone who reads this blog for giving me traffic that, quite frankly, I never imagined I would ever get.

Whilst in the measuring stakes with the ruler I don't come close Iain and his 1.2 million uniques, I can't deny that I'm still astounded, and to be fair, shocked, with my rather more humble 110,000 uniques.

Tonight I am, sad to say, on-call for my employer. Such is life working in the ISP industry that is 24/7/365. Having said this I am being paid well for it so I mustn't complain too much. This does of course mean that like so many others I won't be getting hammered though. Mixing root and alcohol just wouldn't be wise.

Anyway, Happy New Year to everyone, and if I may, I'd like to raise a virtual glass to the end of the Labour Government in 2007. The sooner it happens the better off we'll all be.


Mikey said...
31 Dec 2006 17:43:00  

I'll join you with your virtual glass, and thanks for providing a stimulating read during 2006.

Tom Paine said...
31 Dec 2006 18:01:00  

I'll drink to that!

Happy New Year, Dizzy. Thanks for all the good posts of 2006 and here's to 2007's.

james higham said...
31 Dec 2006 18:30:00  

You're on call, Dizzy and I'm also working. Still, we'll see the new year in and best of luck for your 500 000 uniques next year.

Jeremy Jacobs said...
31 Dec 2006 19:20:00  

What's a unique?

Happy New Year

MJ Martin said...
31 Dec 2006 19:22:00  

I'll raise a virtual glass to that.

Happy New Year Dizzy. Your blog continues to entertain and deserves at least that number of hits. I suspect that number will continue to rise and rise throughout 2007.

Been a pleasure reading. See you next year!

Jonathan Sheppard said...
1 Jan 2007 01:03:00  

And may I be one of your first 2007 comments. All the best Dizzy - 2007 could be very interesting!

chatterbox said...
1 Jan 2007 14:56:00  

Happy New Year Dizzy. Just wish like you that I had kept to a virtual glass, then I would not be feeling so fragile today!
Enjoyed reading your blog and keep up the excellent posts. I visit it most days along with Iain Dale's and Guido.

Average guy on the street said...
1 Jan 2007 14:58:00  

I too will drink to seeing the end of this useless Labour government :)

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