Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

This year's most commented posts

The posts I feel most pleased with aren't always the ones that generate the most discussion, as previous years demonstrate. Since 22 December last year, these got more than 20 comments:

4 January: A totally unscientific poll - 29 comments (Early soundings on the presidential election.)
9 January: A question - 45 comments (How do you pronounce 'Chivas Regal'?)
16 January: Punchier, pacier, funnier - well, we'll see - 25 comments (Torchwood starts again.)
28 January: January Books 9) Interview with the Vampire - 21 comments (I hated it.)
3 February: The Lisbon Treaty: My Take - 21 comments (It's no big deal.)
19 February: The Four Things anti-meme - 21 comments (Turned into college nostalgia.)
22 February: The Friday question: money - 49 comments (Was I an unwitting participant in money-laundering?)
23 March: Etymology - 26 comments (Why 'down' and 'town' are originally the same word.)
11 April: Becoming Belgian - 37 comments (Putting in our citizenship application.)
20 April: Reassure my sensitive soul - 24 comments (I take offence at an Amazon website comment)
24 May: Eurovision liveblogging - 22 comments ("Azerbaijan: Good Lord!")
14 June: The Name Game - 28 comments (Namesakes.)
27 June: Punctured at both ends - 23 comments (Health issues, some voluntary, some less so.)
29 June: The Worst Who stories - 34 comments (Poll on the subject.)
8 July: Responsiveness - 31 comments (Writing to MEPs about the EU communications package.)
13 July: Following on from last week's question... - 42 comments (Which was the best Doctor Who story?)
17 July: Comment spam - 21 comments (A minor annoyance.)
17 July: Doctor Who: The Best of the Best - 29 comments (Analysing the 13 July poll.)
6 August: Local cuisine - 26 comments (The Ulster specialty that my wife doesn't like.)
13 August: This is a long shot, but... - 20 comments (Appeal for information about the bubonic plague.)
3 September: Get a grip! - 27 comments (My incorrect prediction that Sarah Palin would be a boon to McCain's campaign.)
1 October: [protected post] Political transitions - 20 comments (More gossip from college days.)
6 October: General strike - 37 comments (The Belgians were revolting.)
11 October: Today's question: tea - 36 comments (How do you take it?)
29 November: Inspired by somebody else - 21 comments (Should I read/see Twilight? The consensus appeared to be: No.)

Thanks to everyone who reads, commenters or not.
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