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Speaking of 15 nanoseconds of fame

Earlier today, iBurlington got linked from Andrew Sullivan's Daily Dish. The post Sullivan linked refers to a Vermonter's quest to get a vanity plate reading "JN36TN," which refers to John 3:16, and which VT says is therefore a violation of the separation of church and state. The link has spiked iBurlington's traffic in a crazy way. Their stories usually get a dozen or so page views, maybe more on a really good day. So far, this story has been viewed over 5000 times.

Webmaster Brian Brown says he emailed Sullivan a link to the story because he thought the gay Catholic blogger would be interested. Good call.

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