As you know, perhaps all too well, we here at Abnormal Use love to observe arbitrary anniversaries. And so it is today that we celebrate the occasion of our 750th blog post. Mind, this post – the one that you are reading right now – is actually our 749th post. Our official 750th post will appear tomorrow. But, as you may also know, each Friday, we serve up the latest edition of our patent pending “Friday Links” column, so we decided to pat ourselves on the back today – one day early – for reaching 750.
(“Friday Links” is already self indulgent enough without us focusing on our number of posts.).
This is not our first such post; we’ve done a few of these before: Our first milestone, 100 posts back in May of 2010, then 500 posts in November of 2011, and for some reason, 700 posts back in July of 2012.
This site would not be possible without the support of our firm, Gallivan, White, & Boyd, P.A. (now with offices in North and South Carolina). The real heroes, though, are our authors: Nick Farr, Rob Green, Frances Zacher, and Steve Buckingham, all of whom go above and beyond the call of duty each week to submit posts offering timely and fun commentary. They are the reason we’ve been able to reach this latest milestone, and here’s hoping that we reach 1,500 posts some time in the future.
By the way, above you’ll find the cover of Action Comics #750, published not so long ago in the halcyon days of 1999. There are not many comic book series which have reached 750 issues.