Which is, to be honest, a heck of a lot of content in a heck of a lot of archive pages.
There's the archive page with the post about wheelie suitcases. There's the archive page with all the posts about the Oranges and Lemons nursery rhyme. There's the archive page with posts about daylight saving, private hospitals, Rainham Marshes and out-of-date Underground signs. And there's 97 other pages, all full of stuff which I wrote mostly ages ago.
Most of you don't read the archives. I know this because I can see which pages of my blog you read, and the monthly archives aren't especially popular. There's all this good stuff packed in there, but most regular readers are only interested in what I wrote in the last two or three days. The old stuff hangs around in a rarely-visited netherworld, available but overlooked, much as archives are meant to be.
And they're not even proper archives any more. They used to be complete pages with all monthly posts included, from the last day of the month right back to the first. And then, earlier this year, Blogger decided to speed up loading times by chopping all the bottoms off. Now my monthly archives only go back about a fortnight, with the majority of stuff hidden away on page 2s or even page 3s. These virtual subpages don't technically exist, not unless you click on the "older posts" arrow at the bottom of the page. And very few people ever do, so thousands of posts go almost completely ignored.
So look, there are now 100 months of archive stashed away on this blog. You've read them before, I know, back when each post was fresh. But some days these archives are far more interesting than the dull stuff I've just posted. Like today, for example. There are 100 months of archive to revisit, and you're still reading this. I guess that's how blogging works. But really, what a waste.