Housekeeping: TTAG Comments Crest 10k


When TTAG hit the ‘net back in mid-February 2010, we had so few comments that Brad and I gave each other an electronic high-five for a comment that neither of us recognized as spam. These days there are so many genuine comments—and so much spam—that Dan and I have a hard time reading them all. But by God we do. Points are taken, flames are doused, comments are rescued and writers are plucked from those e-pages. Thank you from myself and the TTAG team for your wit and wisdom. We know that your observations generate content that puts food on our table. In return, we promise to [continue to] provide you with the latest and greatest gun news on the worldwide web. And now we return you to your regularly scheduled blogging . . .


About Robert Farago

Robert Farago is the Publisher of The Truth About Guns (TTAG). He started the site to explore the ethics, morality, business, politics, culture, technology, practice, strategy, dangers and fun of guns.

15 Responses to Housekeeping: TTAG Comments Crest 10k

  1. avatarPantera Vazquez says:

    10,000 comments. Somewhat like a “Birthday”, cool. Love the teddy, he ain’t Boo-Boo.

  2. avatarAharon says:

    Congratulations RF. Thanks to you and your team of writers we’re motivated to comment. The bear looks cute. I wish you guys would identify the guns (when known) you include in your pictures.

  3. avatarsdog says:

    congrats to TTAG and RF and the rest of the crew, things keep getting better an better as this one of the best locations on the Internets for 2A info, news, and commentary.

  4. avatarRalph says:

    I thought that I posted 10,000 comments all by myself.

  5. avatarjwm says:

    I helped. Ditto on gun ID’s in pictures.

  6. avatarSteve in MA says:

    Congrats guys, keep up the great work

  7. avatarAaronW says:

    I think we’re due for a Weekend Caption Contest??

  8. avatarST says:

    That packin’ bear is the cutest thing i’ve seen all week.

  9. avatarsanchanim says:

    Woot woot, imagine if we get 10,000 comments a week. As we keep growing and hitting milestones it will be difficult to be ignored.

  10. avatarMark N. says:

    Hey, new site features work admirably too. I was wondering why things were so buggy the other day.

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