September 28, 2004

MISS

I know he's not coming back. I know. But it seemed so final when I read this post that I actually began to cry. His was the first blog I ever read. His was the first blog I checked every morning. He was the one who catapulted me into blogging about a year ago. And he has given me something for which I will always be grateful: the slow, painful journey of learning how to think.

I just miss him, that's all.

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1 It's always sad when your blogfather goes away.

Posted by: Tom at September 28, 2004 05:51 PM (kmiNS)

2 Because by definition according to Frank J., your blogfather is the one who got you into blogging.

Posted by: Tom at September 28, 2004 05:52 PM (kmiNS)

3 ::sigh:: A giant.. gnawed by rats. He was my first blog too..... In some ways he was our Mark Twain.. prolific.. with that touch of greatness.

Posted by: LarryConley at September 29, 2004 02:46 AM (aontM)

4 We'll always the archives...

Posted by: david at September 29, 2004 03:23 AM (1+76a)

5 I only removed him from my blogroll yesterday... It's a big loss, though it would have been even worse before Wretchard got started. Still, I miss those mile-long posts full of huge thoughts that would send me into hour-long Googling and reading sprees. I still remember the one and only time he linked to me, too. -smug- Let's hope Steven can get back to blogging again, sans ankle-biters.

Posted by: Dominic at September 29, 2004 06:44 AM (pqgq+)

6 He'll return, no one can resist the darkside.... Wait until after the election when all the vile bile has been spewed. His own interests will require him to write, and once it is written, there is nothing left to do but post.

Posted by: John at September 29, 2004 08:14 AM (crTpS)

7 The fact that he's putting his energies into writing about anime has me agog. Not that *I* should say anything, but it is still rather like finding out Stephen Hawking has decided to set aside his work on black holes in order to delve deeply into the intricacies of Magic: The Gathering.

Posted by: Toren at September 30, 2004 09:39 AM (EMlXV)

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