Friday, 9 March 2007

Fame


Found this article hidden away on page three of the Times (or was it the local free rag, I forget). Anyway, you might think with a population of around 250,000 it would have generated a few hits, but no, not a single one. I guess that makes me a bit of a geek, either that or no other bugger reads the paper, no wonder Laurie left for pastures new. I suspect this may have been his parting shot. Good luck in Louth, young man.

7 comments:

Alastair said...

Just to sound geeky - the print looks more like Metro than Times...

Great blog, followed Dr John's link to you. Makes me almost miss London...

Catch said...

Oh well Bazaa....you have us...isnt that enough? lol

Dr.John said...

Just remember bloggers only read blogs not papers.

Quilly said...

Your ten minutes of fame -- short weren't they? :)

Ever think it didn't generate any new hits, cuz the folks reading it already visit?

Benjamin said...

OMG! Isn't he a charming young man? I've been straight out to the blue recycling bin in search of the article in question. Cool!

Chana said...

oh you are a star! you are a blogger star! amongst us is a celebrity!
well, i'll be a monkeys uncle. or mother. or both, lol..i'm so proud of you hon. congratulations. and don't you give it a second thought that you didn't give it a hit..probably everyone, all thousands that would have liked to contact you, or read your fantastic words felt overwhelmed by your status and so they shyed away..

and besides you are our blogger hero!!!!and we will never stop wanting you around and loving all your posts..

hugs.

Gawpo said...

Page 3? Where's the topless broads?