Another Record Forces Hobbit Rethink

Last week Mr Monkey’s Blog set another record with 4,682 unique hits being recorded.

Once again this increase was achieved purely on merit and content and unlike other local blogs, Mr Monkey’s Blog did’nt rely on linking to other bigger blogs in a desperate attempt to drive traffic to it!

Perhaps it’s time for the The Fat Mackem Hobbit over at the Shire Curly’s Corner Shop to learn to count beyond 100?


6 Responses to “Another Record Forces Hobbit Rethink”

  1. 1 Irving Washington
    24/11/2008 at 11:07

    I see Mr Rigg continues to try and increase his hits via peddling his own version of soft porn on his Corner Shop. His recent picture post today concerning rumours of a tax rise is totally unnecessary. He has also returned to his obsession with Palin, even though she has disappeared into the recess of faded into the pit inhabited by ex deputy presidential nominees – she obviously still inhabits the faded recess of his mind!

    He is like a schoolboy obsessed with smut, innuendo and Carry On style titillation.

    “Curly’s Corner Shop – South Tyneside’s Premier Under The Counter Blog”

  2. 24/11/2008 at 17:22

    I have to agree on one point at least, traffic is generated purely on the merits of the content, which seems to be liked in all sorts of quarters.

    Of course, if you don’t like it, there is no obligation to turn up and read it, but judging from the referrals your readers keep returning to the Corner Shop in ever increasing droves.

  3. 3 Irving Washington
    24/11/2008 at 20:59

    Poor old Mr Rigg – denial, denial, denial – contradiction, contradiction, contradiction.

    If it’s not BRENDA out to get YOU, it’s the Independents. What next Curly – “it’s the big boys in the school play yard who pick on me”.

    In the words of his own link:

    “In this country we ought to value our privacy “

    Is this the blogger who continually threatens to reveal peoples ISP address’s if they contradict the views on his website?

    And who then has the nerve to expresses revulsion if the BNP are named and shamed on the web?

    He defended the release of their details, and then:

    “deplores those who stole private details of individuals and made them publicly available”

    Graham, Graham, Graham – is it up to me to remind you of the threats you have made on your own blog to reveal peoples names and details when they have expressed political and cultural views which you don’t like?

    What a pathetic little individual you are.

    Welcome to world of the “Curly Blog Fascist” – a writer who campaigns against technological intrusions, but if you contradict his views, he will publicize all!

    Come on Rigg – name me – do what you threatened to do – after all, I have trawled your site to ridicule you.

    Are you a man of principle – or a right wing closet fascist with sexist over tones?

  4. 5 Irving Washington
    24/11/2008 at 22:46

    Oh dear – selective amnesia.

    Something tells me Rigg, that this matter is bigger than your “previous” posts/empty threats about people who refer to Oswald Mosley et al.

    Surely you’re not worried about something in your political past?

    Now why would that be?

    Something to hide?

    Perhaps something extremely right wing and obnoxious?

    Perhaps the public should be told……in time!

  5. 6 No. 121
    24/11/2008 at 23:11

    In case you need reminding: At the start of the year you threatened to reveal several IP addresses from Peter Shaw’s site.

    So much for a defender of privacy, and i’ll write to the Guardian and the other newspaper which do blog round ups to tell them so. Now fuck you.

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