Check out the comments for the last entry, then email Walker an evasive and congratulatory email.
There is something in your blog comment that resembles good news. Please continue to post on the subject until the source of this positive feeling is exhumed. Then hold it up. Wipe it off. The remaining dirt in your nails will frame whatever's shining in your palm.
a most sincere follower of Colin Winnette's blog"
Financial Services failed to put an end to this. They could have, if they wanted to, because I would have done anything and everything they asked. The reality is, they're more anxious to get off the phone than I am, so I'm left with the rattling feeling that perhaps there are more important things to do this morning than blog...
...nah. There are, yes. But finish what you start! As long as it's before eleven.
I got this email.
I used the word "dross" in an email just now, in reference to an essay for which this excellent piece is a response.
Okay, so that link isn't to the actual "excellent piece" I'm talking about, but just search for Ben Marcus' article in Harper's. It's an old article, sure, oldish, but take a look at it anyway if you're interested in this kind of thing.
Oh, hey there, Dad's calling...