By Wyatt Earp | June 6, 2010
Five years ago today, Support Your Local Gunfighter smashed into the blogosphere like a meth head into a doctor’s office. Unfortunately, I am still looking for the Xanax and the occasional post idea.
I chose June 6 as the debut date because of its significance in world history. I did not look to “share” D-Day with the world, but I did want to use every blogiversary as a reminder of the sacrifice offered by better people than I . . .
So, what else happened on June 6, 2005? A county judge awarded the Washington governorship to Christine Gregoire. Apple announced they would change their processors from IBM to Intel. And apparently, the debut of this blog killed Anne Bancroft:
Yeah, sorry about that . . .
This blog never suffered in the quality control department. The first post was just as bad as this one, and I am nothing if not consistent. What was not consistent, though, was the reader input. The blog went from 10 visits a day to almost 1,000, and it went from one comment in the first post to 20 or more in some posts now.
That’s not a testament to me, it’s a testament to all of you. Thank you for your interest, your suggestions, and your comments. Without you, I would have quit a long time ago.