I cracked 100 Google friend followers a couple of weeks ago. I am now a declining force with only 98. Given the effort it takes to de-friend, a couple of people must really hate me.
You may be interested to know which of my posts keep generating comments. Top of the list was published in May, 2009 and titled Time to go Macca. 2013, and he is still on air and has only become worse. It has 42 comments, some of which are mine, but for my blog, that is substantial. (I wonder what Jane and Lance's record is for comments, given each post usually generates over 200 and they reply to each one, so over 100 comments from their readers)
Another one to generate comments, and create offence, was Snarl, October 2009. It was about dangerous pit bull terriers and boy did the uneducated masses jump on that one. The comments have to be seen to be believed for their literary style. It really is worth taking a look. It was interesting how two commenters connected disliking dog breeds to racism.
It seems so many young, impressionable gay men loved Luke Halpin, one of the stars of the tv show Flipper. I certainly did and every so often a comment pops up there. One lass was rather upset at him being fancied by gay men and dared me to publish her quite silly comment. Of course I did. No reason to not embarrass her.
But there are four connected posts about the same subject where more pops up every so often, and that is the murder of Sydney heiress Juanita Nielsen. 2006 here. March 2007 here (recent comment with a different theory) and the same year here. 2012 here. I remain convinced once a certain ex NSW Premier dies, we will find out a little more.
I was writing another post and mentioned oleander shrubs. It occurred to me that among my blog mates, I have experts in gardening, public transport, cooking, history, biology, caring professions, photography, writing, music history, cartoonists, an artist, adventurers and illustrators of our country, ornithologists, architecture, film lovers, a disproportionate number of ex school teachers, and some are just like me who know a little about a lot, and a few more who I just like. Sorry if I missed your area of expertise.