4,000 posts, 3.4 million readers

Either that last post, or the one before it, was the 4,000th post at Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub.  (Two different post counters give two different tallies.)

Kathryn Knowles and Ed Darrell, at the Grassy Knoll, Dallas

Kathryn and me. checking out local history at the Grassy Knoll , next door to the Sixth Floor Museum in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, in 2011; photo by Darrell Knowles.  Really.

Thanks to gracious readers who have clicked 3.4 million times on those 4,000 posts.  Great thanks to the one-in-a-thousand who leave a comment. We work for accuracy here, and comments pointing us to new information and better information always help.

Please tell your friends to come over and give us a piece of their mind.  Surely they can find some topic here on which they have an opinion.

5 Responses to 4,000 posts, 3.4 million readers

  1. Ed Darrell says:

    Thanks, Ray.
    Thanks, Joe.
    Thanks, Jim.
    Thanks, Ellie.


  2. Ray says:

    Congratulations, Ed. Without this blog, just think about how much time you would have spent in the streets getting into trouble!


  3. lowerleavell says:

    Congratulations Ed!


  4. jsojourner says:

    Amen to what Ellie said. We love ya Ed!



  5. Ellie says:

    Please stick around for at least 4,000 more.


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