Hurray for meaningless round numbers!
In addition, I published 292 articles for Colorado Confidential when I was writing there, and have published a few dozen diaries at Daily Kos and Colorado Pols, as well as 35 posts at Wash Park Poet, although there are some cross posts in some of these cases. It is safe to say that I have written about 3700+ posts at all locations (excluding comments) since this blog was etablished.
About 250 of these posts and articles are about taxes, after removing double counted cross posts.
The most posts in a single month came in October 2005, when I made 278 posts. The slowest full months were February 2007, with just 33 posts, and July 2005 with 24 posts (both months had just 28 days during which this blog was active). October 20, 2005 was the day with the most posts, twenty-five of them. My topics then wouldn't be out of character today:
Day Time Populations
Meta: Blogger Functionality Rant
The Power of Cross Examination.
Corporate Tax Abuse.
Shame On Ken Salazar
Texas Can't Speak Plain English.
Guns and Cheeseburgers.
Why is General Motors in Trouble?
Soj Back (Low Profile)
Quasi-Public Law Schools.
Is Rail Really Too Costly For I-70?
Creative Solutions To Global Warming.
Gratuitous Shout Outs
Free Digital TV Boxes Headed Your Way
Life in Prison For Kids.
Red Hot Growth in China.
So Much for Privacy.
Earthquake Death Toll.
Have a nice day and don't forget to vote. Halloween is the last day for in person early voting in Colorado.