And also you.
And you. You too.
Yup, it celebrates the blogging community and the World Wide Web (some call it Web 2.0) and all its creative and collective and collaborative (and alliterative) and communal chaos and connectiveness.
Yay us. Yay me.
I admit to being conflicted over this. I carefully pored over Time's announcement and did not see one mention of The Laughorist. At all.
And, to be honest, the essay praising us did not mention you either.
Or you either.
No mention of The Wonderful World of Nothing Worthwhile, Meloncutter Musings, or These Are Me Thinks, or the Not-So News, or The Pole Affair, or To Love, Honor, and Dismay, or Odat's Mumblings, or The Bestest Blog, or Ron Bramlett, or I'm Sorry World, or Flip This Body , or Dafathsdays, or Sheila's Thoughts of the Day, or Natalie, or HeartsinSanFrancisco, or JR'sThumbprints -- all right already. You get the picture. (The Shangri-Las: "Yes, we see.")
Alas, no specific citation of A Chuisle Mo Chroi, or Eat Your Young, or Dating Profile of the Day, or LaughMoreLoveMoreFearNot, or Monicker either.
What about the reliably and humorously observant Mist1? Not a word.
O Time! O tempora, o mores!
Hey, this is getting to read like the Litany of Saints, Sinners, and Everything-in-Between. Does anyone know what a litany literally is anymore? asks the ex-seminarian.
But as I said from my very first post, this is all about solipsism, so how can I claim to be disappointed?
As you were.
Who will the Person of the Year be in 2007?
You? Or you? You? Me?
The Cornflake King? [welcome back, and say hello to Crunchy Durden!]
Just me, The Laughorist?