Hello, LYS Nation. This is the 2,300th post to the column, so as has become a tradition, we will review our progress.
First, the review
The 1st post was on Monday, February 16, 2009.
The 100th post was on April 14, 2009.
The 200th post was on June 10, 2009
The 300th post was on September 2, 2009
The 400th post was on December 16, 2009
The 500th post was on April 7, 2010
The 600th post was on August 2, 2010
The 700th post was on December 17, 2010
The 800th post was on May 17, 2011
The 900th post was on October 5, 2011
The 1,000th post was on March 7, 2012
The 1,100th post was on August 24, 2012
The 1,200th post was on February 1, 2013
The 1,300th post was on June 5, 2013
The 1,400th post was on October 30, 2013
The 1,500th post was on April 7, 2014
The 1,600th post was on September 18, 2014
The 1,700th post was on February 20, 2015
The 1,800th post was on June 25, 2015
The 1,900th post was on November 12, 2015
The 2,000th post was on April 21, 2016
The 2,100th post was on October 25, 2016
The 2,200th post was on April 27, 2017
The 2,300th post is today, October 9, 2017
The top 10 posts (from the last 200 posts), in terms of distribution, have been:
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