Neil Kramer knows that we are nothing without our commenters. And I know I am nothing without Neil Kramer, who is not only one of my more loyal commenters, but one of my most famous, if you count blogging as some kind of fame. And I do. Oh, boy, do I ever.
And so, on the eve of this year's Thanksgiving holiday, I am participating in Neil's second annual Thank Your First Commenter Day.
My great thanks this year go out to my pal, Heseon Park, journalist extraordinaire and fellow student in Sewing for Total Idiots at LACC, who commented almost exactly two years ago on my post about one of the last shows I was to act in, the 2004 iteration of Ken Roht's annual "99¢ show."
My great thanks almost went out to Mari, who left a comment on an earlier post about listmaking. But Mari didn't leave her comment on my November 10th post until May of the following year. And in the blogosphere, timeliness is everything.
So I'll trot off to Neil's now, to leave my own timely comment on his timely post, lest what happened to Mari happen to me...
P.S. Happy Thanksgiving!