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    Tuesday, April 17, 2007

    Miscellaneous: Links

    Normally, I’m thrilled when people agree with me. But finding out that Steve Lewis had the same reaction to Boston Blackie that I did kinda bums me out.

    David Thomson on the ten extraordinary minutes of film for which the late Barry Nelson should be remembered.

    Because Rosemarie can’t get enough of him, I give you MC Nuts.

    Miscellaneous: Another Year, Another Blogiversary

    Wednesday marks three, count ‘em, three years of what a friend of mine has shorthanded to VK-dot-C. Not bad, considering the average lifespan of a blog. (Starting one and then neglecting it? Who would do such a thing?)

    The site has evolved over that time. I don’t post every day, or even every other day, any more. And believe it or not, I don’t post about every book I read or movie I see, either. It only seems that way. Somehow, though, I find enough to blather about.

    Occasionally I’ll tell myself that it’s time to mix it up. Change the layout of the site, or at least the photos on each page. But life and work intrude, and I never seem to get around to it. The look of the page hasn’t changed in three years, and it may not for three more.

    Speaking of work, I’ve got some I should be doing. So I’m going to steal a bit from Ken Levine and ask you to do a little writing. If you’re a regular or semi-regular reader, leave a comment. Say who you are and where you’re from, what you like or what you don’t like about the place. Or you can just say “Hi” to let me know you’re there. (NOTE: Family and friends are not exempt from this request. In fact, I’m relying on you to do your part. You don’t want me to be embarrassed, do you?)

    As always, thanks for stopping by. I’ll do what I can to keep it interesting around here.

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    Hi, Vince!

    It's your wife here. Happy Anniversary to you and your other significant other.

    My request for year 4 of the blog? More giant squirrels rapping Wordsworth.



    "Hi." How's that?



    It's Paul here from Looking For The Next Best Thing (and just to clear something up if you were ever curious I'm English, but live and work in Austria).

    I like the site just fine, but I prefer things minimal, for me it's all about content. I always find that a couple of pics every few posts does brighten things up, though.

    Change the format how you like, just keep up the great work.


    I'm still dropping by after all three years. Happy anniversary!


    Hi, Vince, Marty McKee from Johnny LaRue's Crane Shot here. Keep up the great work. I read your site everyday.


    It's George.



    I hate change. It wears holes in my pockets.

    Congratulations on 3 years and everything else.

    I am so glad MC Nuts figures into the Keenan legend. Accessibility is important ... it keeps society's shit from getting all fucked up.

    mit Neigung,




    Its your bro from the Twin Cities, the Twins are kicking the Mariners ass right now, 5-0 if you want to know.

    The only change I want to see is lots of advertisements and pop-ups, especially for Sprint phone and male enhancement products, I can never get enough of those.


    Hey, Vince. I'm here just about every day, checking to see what you're reading and watching. Keep up the good work.


    Hey, it's Alice from Random Musings. Happy Blogiversary. I don't ever change the way my blog looks either; all that matters is what it says.

    My request for the next year would be more links to sites you find interesting. Also, why don't you at least list every book you read? That's my favorite part.

    Keep it up!


    Sorry I forgot about your blogiversary, Vince--if it's any consolation, you're among the first five blogs I glance at in the late a.m. hours...except I've been too busy to glance lately.

    My favorite parts on the blog? Noir, baby. (Where have I heard that before?)

    Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.
    Thrilling Days of Yesteryear


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