What I Learned in 2010: A Real Mr. Heartache Year End Review

As 2010 ends and 2011 begins The Real Mr. Heartache reflects back on the year. After a meeting with the board of directors ( what a bunch of a-holes) it has been determined that to grow readership of the blog and to increase revenue, any revenue, going forward we must concentrate on what is popular.

Now, what follows is hardly anecdotal. Here’s the facts. The three most searched for subjects on this blog are the atomic bomb, gin, and Chad Kroeger’s marital status. The first and latter are extremely frightening. The middle, clearly a coping mechanism for those other two. See below graph (made by the University of Washington Graph Dept., thanks guys!):

Therefore, and as no surprise, every blog posted by The Real Mr. Heartache in 2011 will include new and never before read information about the ATOMIC BOMB, GIN, and CHAD KROEGER. While that may skim a few of you faithful away, it is truly done for the greater good! Stay tuned.

From the sandy bottom of my broken heart, The Real Mr. Heartache wishes you and yours a very happy new year. As always, thanks for reading.

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About Iaan Hughes

Iaan Hughes is a deejay on 91.3 KBCS in Seattle. He plays country & western music.
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2 Responses to What I Learned in 2010: A Real Mr. Heartache Year End Review

  1. Thanks for the link! Keep doing what you’re doing-I’m
    waiting to hear about your new tribute band-“Atomic Kroeger
    Gin.”

  2. Pingback: Link by Link and Yard by Yard « The Real Mr. Heartache

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