containing multitudes since 2004
How can twenty-eight hours pass with no comments on this photo?I have one:va va va VOOM !!!I'll Scope this one out -- often.
How can twenty-eight hours pass with no comments on this photo?*****I think that's because our visitor stats have plummeted sharply in the last couple of months. I could guess why that is and what my role has been in it, but in the end it doesn't matter. Whatever it was that had people coming back here again and again, we don't appear to have it any longer.C'est la guerre
I think you still have it, now more than ever. I can't say how utterly grateful I am for your blog and all the effort that must go into it. Because it, ultimately, changed the way I look at certain art forms and artists, maybe even at culture as a whole. So, thank all of yous. I mean that.Anyway. That Natalie Wood.
Not quite the Birth Of Venus, but an acceptable substitute.
Well, I keep coming back. The Gunslinger still has it for me, for what thats worth.
Tom, I think every website has dropped in visitations, and many disappeared completely - your stewardship here is invaluable. I like the new look, and value your unmatched site so highly, it really is like no other. Keep up the great work!
Your blog is stupendously marvelous,and Natalie looks marvelously stupendous.Keep up the great work,Tom!
Don't get discouraged, Tom. Blogs go through cycles, and there is a lot more competition out there. I visit at least once a day and I'm grateful for the way you and your collaborators share your points of view.
Hi Tom! I have you blog marked and it is the first site I open every day at work (don't tell my boss). I've never commented before, but I felt I had to after what you said about the amount of visits dropping. This is just a selfish gesture because I want to keep seeing what you have to show. So keep it up!A lot of love from a small country way down south.
Amen to all the above. I'm commenting less than I used to, but I'm here every day. There is no other blog that I know of that does what this one does. For example, I didn't comment on They Were Collaborators #647, but I remember thinking that it was the kind of photo I was glad to see but wouldn't know where to find anywhere else on the Web.
Whatever it was that had people coming back here again and again, we don't appear to have it any longerThe "it" that you have is an "it" that made me see the web, and culture (no, not just "pop" culture) in a vastly new, and exciting, light. Please keep up the amazing work. Doubts and second-guessing are fine in love, but should be avoided at all costs here.Because you are the MAN!Well, you, Gibson, SWAC, Kimberley, Cookie, and the Fast Car are COLLECTIVELY the Man.Stupidity aside, this is an amazing, evocative, provacative place. My amazement is reborn daily.
Tom, et. al.Do Google Reader or [insert generic RSS feed data here] count for your stats?? That's how I stay connected. (And, coincidentally, how I was turned on to your site via a friend's shared items.)
This is one of three blog sites that I go to every morning after I have worked my way through the NY Times on line. Always evocative of . . . something. Here, the sublime loveliness of Natalie Wood, perhaps the most beautiful brunette in the history of humankind.I am still waiting to see the first photograph on this site about which I can honestly say, "Hey, I've seen that before." It just never happens. Keep up the excellent work!
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