Saturday, November 3, 2007


According to Feedburner, which syndicates this blog and lets me track statistics on it, I know have a score of subscribers! (a "score" is twenty, for those of you who missed the week in school when you learned about the Gettysburg Address.)

This is up from my days of being literally daily, when my subscriber count bopped between 13 and 16. This is, I hope, a sign that you all like the new, "daily-ish" format pretty well. I haven't heard any complaints, which seems to me to be another good sign. Then again I haven't heard a lot of anything from most of you. A quick peruse through the comments will reveal the same 4 commenters over and over, so around 16 of you (if feedburner is at all accurate) have not said "hey" to let me know you are reading.

I just don't know who the score of you are... I can track site visitors in a lot more detail than I can track subscribers. I have racked my brain, and I can only confirm a half-score readers. If you are a subscriber who is not in the top 10 of the list below, post a comment to let me know you're out there, or, if you are philosophically opposed to commenting, then just zip me an e-mail!
  1. Jeremy in San Diego, CA
  2. Valorie in San Diego, CA
  3. "Mommasee" in Nashville, TN
  4. "Q" in Dallas, TX
  5. Christina in Vancouver, WA
  6. Becca
  7. Me
  8. Me again
  9. Liz in Atlanta, GA
  10. Merrill in Quito, Ecuador
  11. Dad? in College Grove, TN
  12. Ted? In Monteagle, TN
  13. Chesman? in Knoxville, TN
  14. ?
  15. ?
  16. ?
  17. ?
  18. ?
  19. ?
  20. ?
A "Score" of readers is better than a "Dozen" readers, but only four more, and then I can say I have "Dozens" of readers! Then I will be famous, and everyone will like me and,(a la Counting Crows) I will be.. Just about as happy as I can Be! Sha-lalala-lalala!

BlogDaddyFrank, Signing Out.


Valorie said...

How do you know the difference between me and Jeremy?

Anonymous said...

I play in the clay with your MIL. I read your blog and tell her all the things I'm too lazy to post to you myself.

#17 (because 14 is boring and 17 is a prime number)

Frank Gibson said...

Well, Valorie, because you leave comments with "Valorie" on them, and Jeremy leaves comments with his name. Plus, jeremy doesn't hate International Talk Like a Pirate Day as much as you.

And He Checks from work, and you don't work where he does.

Claylady, Mommasee Told Me you exisisted, But you know how how she is. She'll say any old thing.
Glad to hear she wasn't putting me on. Welcome to the ranks of the privileged few.