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...

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

Anonymous said...

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...

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...

What's a unique?

Happy New Year

Martine Martin said...

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!

Anonymous said...

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

Anonymous said...

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...

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

Happy new year.