Generally I get around 70 hits a day on this, its gradually built up to this over nearly three and a half years, with 835 blogs. But on Thursday the 22nd I got 269 hits, heady days indeed.
On that day I had written leaders debate how to watch it for free, which may have had something to do with it.
Perhaps I should write a few more how to guides.
Just saw an interesting website.
Election Q&A: In the corridors of power
The Westminster pack answer the questions that matter
Tell us a joke. What do vegetarian cannibals eat? Swedes.
How often do you have sex? Oh please; I'm not Nick Clegg.
Tell us a joke. The Tory party has changed.
Tell us a joke. Margaret Thatcher applied to gates of St Peter, and was told to go downstairs. Two weeks later, the Devil turned up and asked God for political asylum.
Tell us a joke. What do you call a man with a log on his head? Edward. What do you call a man with three logs on his head? Edward Woodward. What do you call a man with a spade on his head? Doug.
Tell us a joke. What did the inflatable teacher say to the inflatable student at the inflatable school when he caught him with a pin? "You've let me down, you've let the school down, but worst of all, you've let yourself down."
Tell us a joke. Have you heard about the two Spanish firemen? José and Hose B.
Tell us a joke. What do you call a Teletubby who's been burgled? A tubby.
Tell us a joke. How do you kill a circus? Go for the juggler.
Tell us a joke. Manchester United.
Tell us a joke. I would tell you one of Frank Dobson's, but you wouldn't be able to print it.
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