It all began with this first post on New Year's Eve 2004. From small seeds grow... small plants? Or something.
My greatest blogging triumph, perhaps, is the Cartoon Nostalgia series. Nostalgia's fun. And damn I watched a lot of cartoons!
Shocking for a blog called Bourgeois Nerd, I've talked a whole hell of a lot about Star Wars. I'm also prone to going meta about nerds and geeks and what it all means. It's all so self-reinforcing, not to mention cliche.
Glade Lady is my muse. My crazy, commercial character muse.
Pathetically enough, this is the last time I had almost-sex. *sigh* That was when I still had my lost youthful looks (before I got fat and ugly); now, I'm just thoughtful. This is one of the many reasons I'm not a very good Gay, except that I am. Makes me worry about love.
I'm nothing if not a bibliophile (I know, you're shocked), so there are more posts about books and libraries than is even possible to number! A few of the highlights: I like the smell of books; Bourgeois Book Club; I was in a book and then proceeded to shill it endlessly.
I was once briefly famous in the academic blogosphere. Fame, alas, is elusive on the blogosphere. I don't regret the conclusion not to go into academia, though.
Thi post that has perhaps gotten me the most traffic, due to its placement on Google Images. I've since gotten to see her in person, and let me tell you it's even more amazing!
I recently took a walk down Memory Lane to reminisce about Blogs That Aren't There Anymore.
I didn't think the new Star Trek movie would work at first, but then I changed my mind.
I'm obsessed with polar bear hybrids, as well as pugs, pandas, unusual white animals, gay birds, interspecies amity, and just about anything cute.
I can be amazingly thick sometimes.
Christmas is over, but holiday nostalgia and The Spirit of Christmas lasts all year 'round at Bourgeois Nerd!
As hard as it is to believe, I can get even more pensive and existential than usual. Heck, I doubt I'm real sometimes!
I like fall, and like the turning of the leaves each year, I repeat this fact every autumn.
I find that confession is good for the soul, and blogs are the new confession booths, without all that pesky priest and the Hail Marys and such.
Spam is the artform of our age.
I was obsessed by the Beijing Summer Olympics (for the menz, natch)!
For a certain subset of readers, my main claim to fame is the GH TWoP FAQs.
Finally, I know why you all really come here: Skimpy Sundays. Pervs!
Five years and 2,694 posts later, here I am! It's all rather amazing. I've outlasted so many worthier and more popular blogs. It's humbling. And what's next? Well, hopefully at some point this year I'll be able to get the new look going. This place definitely needs a facelift. Otherwise, I just hope I can continue to grow and improve as a blogger, whatever that means.
But regardless of what the future brings, right now I want to thank all the fantastic bloggers who