No, we're not celebrating the new millennium. I just have a feeling that you fine folks simply got tired of the old graphic commemorating 1,000 "unique visitors" in a day, because for the first time Elisberg Industries welcomed 2,000 in a day. Not just Whoo-hoo, but Whoo-hoo 2.0.
(And when I say "unique visitors," I mean it, because we here at Elisberg Industries consider all of you unique. Except perhaps the McBeebee twins. But even there, a little wiggle room exists.)
By the way, the Board of Directors met this evening, and by an almost unanimous vote, it was moved, seconded and approved to offer our official thanks and appreciation to everyone who occasionally wanders by through the corridors here. We'll have our intern Larry Bondurant get a nice plaque made up, and will place it by the front door. He's not the swiftest boat in the marina, so if you don't see it there for a few weeks, please be patient.
And with all that said and done, it is important now to check the final turnstile count. Igor Gsaliva, accounts receivable, has passed along a note that the tally at the end of the day was 2,364.
There's cheese dip in the refrigerator. As always.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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