Intensities in Ten Suburbs

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Red Letter Day: 1K, Bitches

Posted by Andrew Unterberger on August 19, 2009

1000

It was certainly down to the wire, but just before midnight, we here at Intensities in Ten Suburbs reached a true milestone: Our first ever 1,000-hit day on the blog, at least since WordPress started tracking these things at the beginning of 2008. We’ve come close a couple times over the last month, but could never quite crack the millennium mark until yesterday (up to 1050, in fact!) This may not sound like a lot to some of you–hell, it isn’t a lot–but it’s leaps and bounds from our humble, 200-on-a-good-day beginnings, and it keeps our juices flowing to deliver more endless diatribes about teen drama vixens and forgotten nu-metal ballads.

Thanks to everyone who’s continued to visit IITS since Stylus shut down, who’s let us know you’re out there in the comments section, or who’s helped spread the word about the recent 00s countdown. In the words of Drake, we would fuck with all of y’all, all of y’all are beautiful.

In the meantime, keep on coming: The best is yet to come. Technically speaking.

5 Responses to “Red Letter Day: 1K, Bitches”

  1. Garret said

    It was the 1288 words on a Yellowcard song that did it, I’m sure.

    Congrats. Here’s to cracking 1051 hits when the “We Are All On Drugs” article goes up.

  2. Good work, my man.

  3. Dom Passantino said

    Weirdly enough, I had my first 1k hits day on Monday. Circles within circles.

  4. Kyle said

    Slow day here at work yesterday…I must’ve clicked on IITS at least 75 times.

  5. Sonja said

    your blog is becoming too mainstream to be hip anymore. I’m out.

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