New Reader Poll: PZ's Comments

PZ Myers turned 51 on Sunday. His blog, Pharyngula, is one of our network's most popular, with a impressive Technorati ranking of 2,491. So this week's poll is for the PZ fanatics:

How many reader comments has Pharyngula received since joining ScienceBlogs (as of March 10)?

Want to know the results (and the real answer)? We'll publish them exclusively in next week's ScienceBlogs Weekly Recap—the fun e-newsletter that brings you the top posts, quotes, photos and videos from the previous week on ScienceBlogs. (Click here to subscribe to the newsletter....you know you want to.)

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