Thanks a Million

While I’m going to syndicate some stories a little later today, I’m going to be away from the computer for much of this afternoon so their probably won’t be another "L.A. Only" story.  But before I sign-off for the weekend, I wanted to take a moment to note an L.A. Streetsblog milestone and thank you all for sticking with me through a chaotic last couple of months. 

Earlier this week, L.A. Streetsblog reached its one-millionth page view.  At the rate our readership is growing, it’s going to take a lot less time to reach our two-millionth view; but it goes without saying that Streetsblog wouldn’t have had the success we have had as a news source or activism tool without your help, readership, story suggestions, submissions, and comments.

So, thanks a million.  I’ll see you all on Monday.

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