15 January 2008

Milestone

My 1000th Post
(the last one was)

13 Comments:

Blogger Joerg Colberg said...

Congratulations! Your blog remains a must read!

15 January, 2008 15:22  
Anonymous Dystro said...

Congrats!

On the enthusiasms-theme - is this you´re hometown?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y80BBjJAUaI

15 January, 2008 15:47  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeay! And many more thousands to come.

15 January, 2008 16:37  
Anonymous Frido Claudino said...

We wish you another thousands.
Congratulations!

15 January, 2008 17:04  
Blogger Jose Guilis said...

1000! As good an excuse as any other to thank you for your work. It's enlightning and enjoyable, an interesting and rare combination.

15 January, 2008 17:16  
Blogger Stan B. said...

Look forward towards tomorrow's...

15 January, 2008 19:39  
Blogger Jim Johnson said...

Thanks all.

Dystro - yes, that boy is from a suburb of ROchester. Quite an event!

16 January, 2008 00:57  
Blogger f:lux said...

Congratulations definitely in order, plus wow! and thanks for so many insightful posts! cheers, Lucy

16 January, 2008 06:46  
Blogger Natasha said...

The first thousand of many more to come, I hope! Good luck to you.

16 January, 2008 08:22  
Anonymous Dystro said...

Ha! Something rang a bell in me... Rochester and the coaches' name, Jim Johnson. But he didn´t look much like you...

16 January, 2008 14:28  
Anonymous Dawei from Beijing said...

w00t! Congrats, Jim!

16 January, 2008 16:06  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

About 700 Lefty posts. Wow!

"...from the outset, Christianity and revolution, the Christian faith and revolutionary faith, were the two poles which attracted the art of the masses" Gilles Deleuze

This blog exemplifies the latter, as formulaic (non) thinking.

18 January, 2008 12:31  
Blogger Jim Johnson said...

Gee whiz Anon, I have only mentioned Gilles a couple of times - all in jokes. And, of course, I am really, really, really disappointed too that my ,issives have not fomented any revolutions lately! I guess that if there is anything 'formulaic' going on here it is your inability to ever read what someone actually says and repsond to it in something like an appropriate way. Bye!

19 January, 2008 11:19  

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