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Well, despite being cut off from most links from the right-wing blogosphere, the Dish has now reached its highest ever Technorati ranking (an "authority" ranking based on linkage, not outright traffic), but traffic itself has roughly doubled since I began my airing of all we can find out about Sarah Palin's Manchurian candidacy.

The Dish is now at Number 34 on Technorati's list. The National Review's Corner, in comparison, written by dozens, is now at Number 60. Pajamas Media, including Instapundit and the entire Bush-Palin-Cheney movement is at Number 62. The Dish is now Technorati's highest ranked one-person mainly political blog in the world. Not bad for someone who's gone "insane". The marketplace obviously disagrees. And you know what real conservatives believe about markets, don't you?

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