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girish

Thom -- Film Of The Year was one of my favorite filmblog discoveries of 2006. I eagerly await its continuing "march of time" across the century this year!

Thom

Thank you, Girish.

maya

I echo Girish's sentiments word for word.

Thom

That means a lot, M. Thanks.

Squish

Oh my God stop making me blush! You're kicking so much ass here, it's awesome!

Thom

lol. Thanks a lot Squish.

Brian

Love your blog, Thom. For a minute I was jealous I'd not thought of doing something like it myself, until I realized how much better you do it than I ever could.

Thom

Brian - I considered arguing against that comment, but I think I'll just thank you for it a thousand times instead. :)

Andy Horbal

Happy (belated) New Year!

Thom

Right back at ya, Andy!

jmac

Thom,

Your message is very gracious and generous, and I am sure that somewhere a flower has opened in response. (I'm reading Rumi right now!) Congratulations on your blog! I'm glad that you are out there writing about cinema history! Write for me . . .

xo

Thom

A flower has opened. Many thanks J. That's an amazing image you've shared, and it made my day. It's good to see your words back in the 'sphere. Please keep us up to date with your latest adventures in poetry, won't you?

lucas

so i totally missed this when you posted it before, but you're a welcome addition to the film blog family, thom.

Thom

Thank you, Lucas.

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