I'm not gonna cry; I'm gonna hold my breath until I turn dark blue

I promised myself I wasn't going to be one of those nagging mothers -- oops -- bloggers who is constantly whining about how nobody ever comments and you don't love me anymore and it's okay I'll sit in the dark.

It's not as if my income depends on this blog. Thank God.

But it would be reassuring to know someone is out there. Of course, you don't have to leave a comment. Instead, why not just click on the link on the right-hand side of the page to buy my new book, Essential Torah, and make a practical contribution to the Robinson Fund for Lazy Film Critics.

Of course, if you feel you absolutely must leave a comment, far be it from me to stop you.


Sam Zeman said…
I've never commented on your blog, but I do read it and your Jewish Week, regularly. I always enjoy your recommendations, although, unfortunately, not presently living in NYC, I can't do much with them until they show up on DVD.

By the way, give my regards to Ira Hozinsky, whom my brother and I used to hang around with at MOMA, Elgin, New Yorker, etc., in the early '70s.
George Robinson said…
My Gosh, Sam, of course I remember you from those days. How are you? How is Marv? What are you up to? The last time I saw either of you must have been over 30 years ago?

Ira and his wife live in the same co-op as my wife and I; we go to screenings together all the time. We run into Tony Pipolo frequently too.

I won't go into gory detail here, but if you e-mail me directly, we can talk about old times.

Anonymous said…

I'd love to fill you in on events of the past 30 years, but what's your e-mail address? E-mail me at zemans7038@comcast.net.