80 M

During the night I happened to get up for a while and, as one does, I checked my email.

One message was entitled: “80 M!”

“That’s odd”, quoth I, “I’m not active these days on the 80 meter band.”  (That’s Ham Radio lingo, of course.)

Then it occurred to me that to “80 M!” might mean something else.

Here it is. I scrolled to the bottom of my sidebar and saw…

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So, at least 80 million visits for this blog. I started counting the stats some time after the blog began, but, hey.

Many thanks to you readers who make this possible.

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

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10 Responses to 80 M

  1. VexillaRegis says:

    Congratulations and celebrations! And thank YOU running this important salo(o)n! :-)

    [For citing the description…]

    Fr. Z's Gold Star Award

  2. VexillaRegis says:

    Edit: Thank YOU for…

    Cheers!

  3. . . . one of the many ways that your priesthood is a blessing to many.

  4. acardnal says:

    It makes me wonder about your Zagnut sales count. I bet it’s climbed.

    [Right! Every once in a while I am spurred both to buy a case, as consolation and gratitude for some long-suffering colleagues.]

    US HERE – UK HERE

  5. wanda says:

    Congratulations, Fr. Z. Thank you for this blog, too. It’s a refuge most days and a blessing every day. May God bless you.

  6. Mariana2 says:

    Thanks to mine host!

  7. poohbear says:

    Congratulations! Your blog helps me to stay on track when I get overwhelmed by everything else.

  8. Grodegang says:

    I’m a late arrival to your blog but have come here every day since. You have become an important part of my spiritual journey. God bless you and thanks for being there!

  9. Cheers to 80,000,000 more!

  10. Discerning Altar Boy says:

    One can hope that when the future Pope Pius XV canonizes Saint John Zuhlsdorf, His Holiness will cite our Genial Host’s blog’s many visits as a main contributer to the veneration of Saint John as Patron Saint of Unreconstructed Ossified Manualists.

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