2014 in review: The Phil Factor

Much like the President having to make his tax return public, I’m making my blog report public. Thank you everyone for stopping by to read and comment all year. I hope you enjoyed my idiocy enough to come back again next year. Have a wonderful and safe New Year’s Eve tonight. Read the slightly altered excerpt below the picture and then if you want read the full report by clicking the link below.


Here’s an excerpt:

The 20,000 views is nice, but if we’re all being honest with ourselves, I know you can do better in 2015. Please do better in 2015. Through a set of circumstances too complicated to explain, if The Phil Factor doesn’t get 30,000 views in 2015, Elsa from Frozen will die. This is one of those Liam Neeson “Taken” kind of situations and I’m going to need your help. It’s going to take a lot of sharing to Facebook and retweeting and re-blogs, but I know you can do it.

Click here to see the complete report.

10 responses to “2014 in review: The Phil Factor

  1. It’s not letting me read the numbers. Which I kind of need, because I am writing a post about this type of report right now! šŸ™‚

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  2. Never mind, I went on with it šŸ™‚

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  3. I don’t know who that Elsa person is, but if we’re going to save her, we’d better make sure that your mob of stalkers grows.

    Happy New Year from Down Under, where it’s hangover o’clock for many people!

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  4. I don’t know…that Elsa thing kind of makes me *not* want to do my part to help you reach 30,000. šŸ˜‰

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  5. Happy New Year, Phil. You are one of my happy discoveries in 2014 and I so look forward to more hilarity from you in 2015.

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