Site news: Keep your eyes out for that 10,000th comment

So, here’s the deal. When we signed on this morning, we realized that you readers have commented 9,750 times!

To thank all of you for reading and commenting, we’re holding a little contest. Whoever submits comment #10,000 to Vox will win the rights to a glorious prize. (And trust us, it’s really glorious.)

Thanks for sticking with Vox—we love all of your comments. Except maybe the porn spam. We could probably do without that.

9 Comments on “Site news: Keep your eyes out for that 10,000th comment


  2. Any way for us to tell how close we are? I don’t see a comment count anywhere, and the URL’s don’t seem too helpful either. How long does it usually take to get to 250 comments? Over the summer?

  3. It might be a while, given that there will be little Plan A news, little SAC vs GUSA news, and Mr Brown has pretty much packed up his website. I’m assuming there will be a lull in news over the summer, and so there will be a lull in comments (but, damn, I want that Barbie so I might start picking up my anonymous post count)

  4. I hope to god Chad Kroeger gets it.

  5. @Nickleback Fan

    The Juno Award winning band to which you refer is spelled “Nickelback.” Were you a real fan, you would know this.

    My Regards.

  6. I’ll give you a nickel if you ticket my nickelback

  7. @Pabs,

    You want a Nickelback ticket? Hit me up brother, I can get that for you. What’s that? You want to go to the Hooters in Calgary with me before the show? I’d love to! And you want to hang out with me in the VIP lounge (aka my hotel room) afterward? Sounds great! You bring “the ladies” and I’ll bring all the finest Canadian Mist stirred whiskey and maple syrup that my credit limit will allow. It’ll be great, we’ll drink, talk about our insecurities, share hair bleaching techniques, heck we might even write a song. I’m trying to write a song with the cliche “Be careful what you wish for, it might come true” in the chorus. Think you can handle it? Give me a call!


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