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Squish

Why just the other sday i was thinking it's easy to say postr more often, but now that you're in the hey-day of film production, it wouldn't be fair for us if you didn't see at least 2 or 3 films from the year you're reviewing. So I say DON'T compromise, but you can alway give us teasers: tell us that though you enjoyed Duck Soup you won't be commenting on the Marx brothers, or drop us some links, ask some questions. You've done all those things before, and they're well received.

Thom

Thanks very much for the support and the suggestions, Squish. I'll keep them all in mind. Off-topic: I think your unusual double review approach for Brian's blog-a-thon is creative.

jmac

Hey Thom,

I think that you will enjoy your blog the most if you write your posts at your own schedule. If we had our way, you would write every day, but the archives are there for a reason, right? :)

P.S. Thank you for your comments on Wikipedia. I can tell that you carefully review historical content, and it is a really unique aspect of your blog. You are right on about Wiki, it is a good place to begin.

Squish

How very nice of you, thanks!I just hope it didn't come on too strong in the hate. I actually enjoyed watching it.

Thom

J. - That's really good advice and I'm going to take you up on it. Thank you for the compliments too.

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