Today is the third anniversary of this blog's first post. Chuck E. Cheese for everyone!That is all.
Congrats! Keep up the good work. It's always interesting learning what's going on in my neck of the woods.Cheers!
Congratz - here's to another year of excellent blogging! :)
Congratulations and happy third anniversary!Incidentally, you seem to have been invaded by an anonymous Borg in your other threads.
Yes, occasionally the Chinese spambots get through the Blogger defenses.
Happy Birthday, to you. Happy Birthday, to you. Happy Birthday, Mr President, Happy.... oh, um, wait a minute...Seriously, thanks for all the work you do on here Sligo, and a singular Happy Birthday to the blog!
Here's to the elder statesmen of SS bloggers. Salute!
You know....now that you mention it, a Chuck E. Cheese is truly what is missing from DTSS. Congrats on three years!
Congratulations, "Sligo". If I was still doing my Welcome to Washington: Not a Pretty Sight (nor site) pages, I'd be at the 12-year mark. Hopefully you won't get disgusted and blow it off after only 5 years, like I did.
congratulations!!! keep blogging...
Good. That means your “terrible twos” are over.No more pissing on Wheaton and reveling in misplaced schadenfreude.Else we’ll have to sic our two-bit mareros on you.I mean, happy blogging, Singular. Keep on keepin’ on...
Uh, you're the one that refers to Wheaton as "Slumburbia". That's harsher than anything I've said.
I could be mean and say "and it's more accurate than anything you've said" except that would be not entirely true.You can't accurately say of Wheaton that it's all Slumburbia. However, "west Wheaton" where Sleepless lives, uh, definitely slumburbia. It's been slumburbia for quite a while, in a lot of ways. It's just that now in the present day, you can't even pretend to ignore it.I think he lives on Goodhill Road, which was sketchy 15 years ago. It's pretty hellish nowadays.Could be worse, could be over on Elby Street, or, I dunno, Atherton and Brightview. *twitch twitch* Or over on Vandalia where the lady kept her adopted kids in the freezer for a year and nobody noticed they were missing.
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