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  It's that time again when we raise a glass and toast another million visitors slipping through The Spinning Image door (approx 10am this morning).

That's 5 million and still going strong. It's taken just over 3 months for this latest million to clock up, and given that the site was down (due to popularity!) for some of that period I think we can safely say that The Spinning Image is going from strength to strength.

Thanks again to the usual suspects.. Graeme, Dan, Steve and to everyone else who's contributed... including Mary Sibley, Ben Howard, Paul Shrimpton, Phil Michaels, Jason Cook, Pablo Vargas, Carl Blezard, Mark Dellar, Evan Leighton-Davis, Joshua Dudley, Keith Rockmael, Harlan Whatley, Bruce Munro, Samantha David, Rónán Doyle, Ted Forsyth, Stately Wayne Manor, Darrell Buxton, Adam Cruickshank, Paul Singleton, Garry Chambers, Justin Bomba and last of all the greatly missed Wayne Southworth (we haven't forgotten you mate).
  Darren Jones [20 May 2006 at 15:57]
     

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