Saturday, November 04, 2006

100th post and all that!


That Dawkins piece was our 100th post here at Stevereads, which naturally prompts some questions for all of YOU! Are you enjoying what's going on here? Are you up for another 100 posts? Thoughts? Reflections? (I'm including another picture of myself, as a self-serving ploy to improve my own ratings by further underscoring what a stone-cold super-hottie I am)

10 comments:

Sam Sacks said...

Yes, yes, the blog is terrific. I check it daily! I now read magazines wondering which articles you'll have something to say about. The full-fledged review is a great addition. Live long here. I'm concerned about your taste in altar-egos, though. This guy's photo was taken in his meth trailer just after he got home from the Iowa State weight room. Go Cyclones!

steve said...

I'm quite sure I have NO idea what you mean by 'alter-egos' ....

Kevin Caron said...

You're looking much better.

Anonymous said...

My GOD Steve. You look just LIKE me! We could be BROTHERS! -- hottie # 55

steve said...

Yes, yes - I'm glad you all like the way I look! But would anybody other than Sam care to comment on whether or not you like what I'm doing here? It's a little depressing (and ironically telling) that nobody's answering that question ...

Kevin Caron said...

The blog is bookmarked at home and at work. I check it way to often. The more you post/comment, the more I'll love it.

Now quit fishing for compliments and write an entry. Or make fun of me. Either one.

Jeff E. said...

I've got to agree with Kevin. You garner enough comments to your normal posts that it should be obvious how well the blog is doing. Posting about posting just isn't interesting; that's what's telling about the lack of comments right here.

So, a drunk bar patron chewed my ear last night about some historical fiction that I've "gotta read!" It was Pete Hamill's "Forever" about an Irish guy who is granted immortality in 1741 as long as he never leaves the island of Manhattan. According to him, it's a decent portrait of historic NYC, going all the way up to 9/11.

Was he right, Steve? Any good?

steve said...

OK, OK - I'm duly spanked (I guess I thought my stunning good looks would exempt me from criticism ... sniff).

'Forever' IS good (certainly Hamill's best book), although I wouldn't put it in the 'you gotta read this' category. And what does it take to get into that category, you ask?

Why, being recommended by ME, of course.

Kevin Caron said...

Or me, if its a comic book.

Wink wink.

steve said...

wink wink indeed ....

I AM pretty damn hot, ain't I?