24
Apr
09

Thanks for your contribution to mr monkey’s blog

Mr Monkey’s Blog has just passed another milestone and it’s all thanks to you.

Today this blog has seen the 1000th comment being posted, that’s the equivalent of around 111 comments per month since Mr Monkey first burst on to the local blogging scene around 9 months ago.

Some competitors who can’t stand losing, would have you believe that Mr Monkey posts most of his own comments under various guises, but then this was the same twat that went on record saying Mr Monkey’s Blog attracts only ‘around half a dozen hits a day’. Later he changed his mind and conceded that Mr Monkey’s Blog receives around 100 hits per day. But since Mr Monkey started posting a screen shot of his stats he’s been strangely silent.

This chimp is delighted that so many of you have taken such a keen interest in Mr Monkey’s Blog and go to the trouble of leaving your comments, favourable or not, it thanks to you that Mr Monkey has become the borough’s number one blog.

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6 Responses to “Thanks for your contribution to mr monkey’s blog”


  1. 1 Le Vieil Aigle
    24/04/2009 at 14:27

    Well accomplished Mr M, and congratulations. The owner of “that other blog” was well taken for the fool that he is by T.T.T.V. who kidded him along that his opinions were valuable!!!!!

  2. 2 The Comicical Chemical
    24/04/2009 at 14:32

    Bwahahahahahahahaha!!!!

    Quite a card is that old Harry bloke, just hang on while I wipe my eyes.

    Three or four people posting comments all day long using different names, the same three or four who populated the other places starting at The Northern Herald.

    Oh my God, I’ve never guffawed so loud.

    You’re not a chimp you are chump

  3. 3 The Librarian
    24/04/2009 at 14:58

    Are you the monkey in disguise comical or did you just stop by to make the numbers to five? Incidentally there’s only one i in comical.

  4. 4 Millennium
    24/04/2009 at 23:01

    Well done for your 1000th comment.

    For over five years Curly has bored us to death, pretending to hold the Labour council to account, yet secretly being fed tit bits by the Malcolm’s.

    1000 comments? How many times have we viewed his website lately to find “0” comments made on post after post?

    However, in a short period of only nine months, you have rocked the boat to such a degree that every South Tyneside Councillor with an internet connection wakes up, logs on and checks your site to see if you have mentioned them.

    I doubt they do the same for Herr Rigg’s mutterings.

    The Gazette – Iain Malcolm – David Potts – Graham Rigg – George Elsom – all exposed for the frauds that they are.

    What will the next nine months hold?

    The Borough now has a new outlet for highlighting the criminal activities of those Councillors who would milk South Tyneside dry.

    Long may it continue to expose them!

  5. 5 Busy Body
    01/05/2009 at 09:02

    I found lots of interesting information on mrmonkeysblog.wordpress.com. The post was professionally written and I feel like the author has extensive knowledge in the subject. mrmonkeysblog.wordpress.com keep it that way.

  6. 6 Sky Pilot
    01/05/2009 at 19:48

    Dear Millennium
    It’s impossible to read the nice Mr Rigg’s blog anyway. Drilled into me whilst taking public speaking lectures was The “Kiss” principle. i.e. keep it short and simple.
    Goofy Rigg copies out great wadges of stuff from the Telegraph, which is impossible to read on a P.C. screen. Great clot that he is, and that’s discounting the garbage that he thinks anyway. He should have stuck to mixing paint.


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