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Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub: An Award Winning Blog

Ed Darrell is a teacher and gentleman from Texas who has created an award winning blog called, “Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub“.  He is also a staunch defender of truth and accuracy in a day and age when both of those things seemed too often scorned.

Ed is knowledgeable in a variety of subjects, including history, economics, geography, and education; and he is scientifically literate.  It’s hard not to be impressed by the man.

Have I mentioned yet that Ed’s blog has won the prestigious Golden Primate Award, which is given out exclusively to the very best blogs on the internet?  Well it has!  And if you check it out, I think you will agree that his blog deserves it too!

Currently, over 1,000 people a day visit Ed’s blog, and it is very close to marking it’s 5,000,000th all time visitor!  If you are at all curious what a blog that can attract five million visitors looks like, go right over to Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub and check out Ed’s masterpiece!  I hope you will enjoy his blog at least as much I do!

5 thoughts on “Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub: An Award Winning Blog”

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words! I’m excited you’re now following my blog, and I hope I don’t disappoint you. But if I do, I’m so glad you’ve got some wine handy to assuage any feelings of disappointment! 😀

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      1. Well, there we go! That’s how blogging is supposed to work: Find someone with something interesting to say, and follow them.

        Thanks for the plug, Paul!

        Though, I’m not retired, yet. Just not working as much as I need to. It may be a subtle difference, but it becomes critical at the ends of months.

        Thanks, too, for keeping an interesting blog going here. Remember the time you almost-single-handedly brought down that biology teacher who was teaching religion instead, and burning crosses on the arms of students with electricity? Blogging can do good. Now if we can just figure out how to do well at the same time, we’ll have it licked!


  1. Thanks for the correction, Ed. I’ve edited the post accordingly.

    You’re being too kind about any influence I might have had on the Freshwater case, but I’m grateful for the sentiment anyway. 🙂


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