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March 06, 2008


Just took this screenshot of the MoA comment administration page and there we are - 100,001 comments.


A big thank you to all commentators here and to the lurkers too. 1.280 million pageviews and 100,000 comments - quite a decent achievement for all of us.

A special thanks to Uncle $cam for all the good links and remarks he leaves for us. I am really happy that you are the one who broke the hundred-thousand mark.


Posted by b on March 6, 2008 at 17:25 UTC | Permalink


What'll you have Uncle? I'll buy.

Posted by: beq | Mar 6 2008 17:45 utc | 1

I think we should all chip in and buy him a new toaster oven or something...

Posted by: ralphieboy | Mar 6 2008 18:31 utc | 2

and buy him a new toaster oven or something...

Thanks for the toaster oven, but I need something different. Maybe I'll ask for some chip-in in a few days ...

Meanwhile let me offer you some virtual drink ...

Posted by: b | Mar 6 2008 18:40 utc | 3

My first stop every day. Thanks!

Posted by: Ben | Mar 6 2008 18:58 utc | 4

cheers! Mine will be ...hmmm... red wine...or whatever else is going to sip.

Posted by: Tangerine | Mar 6 2008 18:59 utc | 5

Hurrah for b! Hurrah for Uncle $cam! Hurrah for Karamazov!

Posted by: Dick Durata | Mar 6 2008 19:14 utc | 6

Congrats b; here's a pint for you and God bless all here.

Posted by: Cloned Poster | Mar 6 2008 20:25 utc | 7

That said, I wonder how Bill Montgomery is doing these days. All the best wishes from one of your frog spawns.

Posted by: Cloned Poster | Mar 6 2008 21:17 utc | 8

felicitations, friends

Posted by: remembereringgiap | Mar 6 2008 22:30 utc | 9

Uh, tanks, I

I agree, harrah for "Laverne & Shirley" Karamazov Brothers hahahaha...

Posted by: Uncle $cam | Mar 6 2008 22:49 utc | 10

Cheers to B and all the gang! This is a great moment for MoA.

Posted by: Copeland | Mar 7 2008 2:11 utc | 11

Couldn’t have happened to a more venerable commentator in my opinion.

Thanks Uncle $, for the years of sageness and participation;

but not to diminish from all the others who make this extablishment so vibrant and pertinent.

Cheers to b.

Posted by: Juannie | Mar 7 2008 2:33 utc | 12

Congrats B, thanx to you and the many thought and insightful contributions of its barflies, MoA would have to be my favorite blog.

I look very much forward to the next 100K comments.

Posted by: Juan Moment | Mar 7 2008 3:35 utc | 13

Chapeau, my friends, chapeau... Such a pleasure - sometimes bitter, but medicine is bitter - to drink here.

Posted by: Tantalus | Mar 7 2008 3:48 utc | 14

I first came over to MoA when Billmon stop posting comments. Got hooked. Yes, the Blog is good, but what keeps me coming back is intellectual quality of the comments. Good job, one and all.

Posted by: | Mar 7 2008 4:06 utc | 15

I raise a glass of the finest Target Cabernet Sauvignon in a 3 liter box on this momentous occasion. congrats one and all!

Posted by: ran | Mar 7 2008 5:06 utc | 16

salud a todos

Posted by: b real | Mar 7 2008 8:01 utc | 17

Everyone grab a glass or mug or cup or bowl of a drink you'll enjoy and -- cheers Bernhard and everyone! You've been doing such excellent work!

Posted by: Argh | Mar 7 2008 12:21 utc | 18

De-lurking to offer my congratulations on this milestone (kilometerstone for those of you not in the US). I am consistently amazed and awed by the intelligence and insights of Berhhard and the rest of the folks who post here. MoA is always my first stop in the morning before browsing DKos and other blogs.

Posted by: Joe F | Mar 7 2008 13:04 utc | 19

Spam(0) - how true

excellent work, b


Posted by: jcairo | Mar 7 2008 15:12 utc | 20

b, uncle, all magnificent commenters-
a thousand thanks.
That lost in a maze feeling, without fox or friend to give a nod or point to pharos, comes over me whenever days get too busy to drop by Moon for a cool refresher.
Caring and informed thought from so many compass points renews hope. Music and art raise fresh winds for tired spirits. b's breadth and depth of analysis never fails to amaze.
A round for all. skol!

Posted by: small coke | Mar 7 2008 16:47 utc | 21

B. do you need or would you like some money for running MoA? It must cost, besides your time and intelligence.

Now that I've toasted all a good few times I can fumble for a check book and someone can lend me a pen.

Posted by: Tangerine | Mar 7 2008 16:50 utc | 22

Pálinka for all!


Hamburger, Magyar wannabe

Posted by: Hamburger | Mar 7 2008 16:58 utc | 23

uncle $cam rules!

long live MoA!

parabéns a todos!

Posted by: rudolf | Mar 7 2008 19:20 utc | 24

A huge 'Way to Go, MoA gang!' from one of the lurkers who never comments. I've been hitting this blog ever since Billmon pointed us malcontents and 'questioners of authority' here. The great commentary keeps me coming back.
b, keep up the fantastic work. And let us know if we can help with the money.

Posted by: HardCheese | Mar 7 2008 23:32 utc | 25

$cam, b and MoA... 위하여!

Posted by: Monolycus | Mar 8 2008 8:54 utc | 26

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