Friday, November 14, 2008

One Year

Today marks one year since this blog's melodically named inaugural post "Hollywood to 10% of America: Go Screw" appeared. Since then, we've been through elections north and south of the 49th parallel, some bitter primary fights, two seasons of Project Runway -- only one of which merited blogging -- the Olympic Games, and a jump out of an airplane. As long as the world is spinning, there'll be reason to blog. It's the online equivalent of talking to yourself a little too loudly in the hope that people around you will be impressed by what you're saying. And i'm not good at shutting up.

A big thanks to regular readers, including commentators noternie, Ryan, the whole gang over at Blue Mass Group, and even dear ol' Peter Porcupine, who I hope lowers his quills after nutjob reactionaries stop targeting him for being frequently reasonable and lucid.

To all my readers, thanks for the interest, and maybe even loyalty. Much love.

4 comments:

GGW said...

"It's the online equivalent of talking to yourself a little too loudly in the hope that people around you will be impressed by what you're saying."

Classic!

Ryan said...

one year already?

wow. I remember the first post.

Bob Neer said...

Congratulations! Long may your virtual Mongol conclave prosper!

noternie said...

congrats on the anniversary. your one of three individual bloggers i check everday. and one of only two that aren't me.