Tops of 2009

I decided to do a little year-end review of things here at Snowflakes in Hell to see what people liked and who you people are. I don’t know if Sebastian cares or not, but I figured I’d compile the data and let the facts speak for themselves.

First, you guys love a story on crappy history teachers who can’t keep basic facts straight – like who wrote the Bill of Rights (Washington?). It’s the number one post of 2009, followed by the rest of the top 10:

  1. Look Who’s Teaching
  2. Bloomberg’s Blueprint
  3. Ruger SR-556
  4. Holder Calls for New Assault Weapons Ban
  5. An Interview from Matt at Kel-Tec on the RFB
  6. MAIG in PA Just Lost 16 More Mayors
  7. The Real Tea Party Protest
  8. Setting Political Sights on Bloomberg’s Anti-Gun Mayors, Part I
  9. World Turned Upside Down
  10. Hypocrisy Much?

Now as to who you people are, well, you’re a mixed bunch from all over. The top 10 states sending visitors to this site:

  1. Pennsylvania
  2. Texas
  3. California
  4. Virginia
  5. New York
  6. Florida
  7. Illinois
  8. Ohio
  9. Arizona
  10. New Jersey

Other quick facts:

With that, I’d like to say thanks to all of Sebastian’s readers and the few who have stuck around to read my pathetic attempts at humor and analysis. I think we can all agree it’s been an interesting 2009, and we’re looking forward to 2010.

6 thoughts on “Tops of 2009”

  1. As to the top 10 states — would be interested to see that by percentage of state’s population.

  2. Bitter, Thanks for those interesting facts about the site,

    I’m one of the few “contrary” commenters here and as such I want to thank you (and Sebastian) for allowing me to keep coming back. I’m really a nice guy, yet most of the other pro-gun bloggers have pretty much 86ed me.

    I wish you a very happy and healthy 2010. I mean that from the bottom of my heart.

    Happy New Year

  3. Hank, that seems like a lot of math. :)

    Mikeb, I’ll be completely honest, I usually just ignore you. But happy new year to you, too.

  4. Bitter, Not really, e-mail me the numbers and I’ll do it (for US states only) ;)

  5. Huh, I usually absorb the rss feed via google reader, unless I want to comment. Using iPhone now. Guess I’m a blip in the statistical noise.

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