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Comment #20,000

In the 18-month history of this here blog, we today reached the 20,000th comment, from someone using the moniker VandalParking. The discussion was about the evils of valet parking and Washington's attempt to ease life for those who partake of that curious and generally unnecessary contemporary convention.

Here's that comment, apparently directed at another reader in a debate over just how risky it is to hand over your vehicle to those friendly gents wearing the valet vests:

So you'll just toss your keys to anyone. Let's see...your address is on the registration card, your housekey (to be duplicated for now or later) is on your keyring, and you'll be in the restaurant for 2 hours. And you're how smart???

My thanks to all of you who check in here on the big blog from time to time, and to the regulars who jump in on conversations that are generally thoughtful and provocative.

Now, back to our regular programming....

By Marc Fisher |  July 11, 2007; 4:11 PM ET
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I'm happy to have contributed to this total. In commemoration, I give you every single comment I've ever made on this blog, summarized:

1) They should play more go-go at Nats games

2) I like Silver Spring

3) Private special-ed schools are not "fancy"

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(note: some of these comments were made multiple times)

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