The [null set] blogmeister

On the occasion of PZ "Pharyngula" Myers' 50th birthday, I'd like pay homage to the one science blogger who can bump another's site traffic by an order of magnitude with one link. Also, who else but PZ could generate dozens of comments with a blank post, a null-set blog?

It is an honor share the blogosphere with such a guy. But I have one question: when does he have the time for all those posts?

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