Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.
My biggest priority in creating and maintaining this website is to have fun sharing new ways of looking at movies. And I’m so pleased that I’m reaching an ever-growing audience of people who are as eager to explore films as I am.
I don’t have anything super clever to say this week. All I want to say is thank you. Thank you for being a part of this website, for liking what I share week after week and just being a part of the Deja Reviewer experience.
I’d like to say thank you to individuals who have made a real impact on me through their kindness throughout this past year. So it’s my turn to shine the spotlight on all of you. Let the gratitude begin.
Thank you for leaving such kind comments on so many of my articles
I get a lot of wonderful, insightful comments on my articles, and I appreciate all of them, even if I don’t always respond to them for one reason or another. I would especially like to send a huge thank you to Cindy Bruchman, who has written so many kind things to me this year. Thank you for brightening my days.
Thank you for liking my articles
In addition, there are a lot of people who have liked quite a few of my articles. Here’s a small group of my loyal fans who I have definitely taken note of:
- Anna (Film Grimoire)
- Astria John
Thank you all, as well, to everyone I missed. Your votes of confidence are always welcome and appreciated.
Thank you for mentioning me in your own articles
My articles have been referenced quite a bit in everything from other blogs to college classes. Recently, my Back to the Future chiasmus received a lot of attention in articles like “Maratona De Volta Para o Futuro ‘(1990) De Volta Para o Futuro Parte III’” and “Back to the Future MIND-BLOWING Theory by Robert Lockard” and finally “Top 10 Back to the Future Fan Theories,” which calls my chiasmus “The Lockard Theory” and puts it at No. 1. That pleased me to no end.
Thank you for following my website
I get new followers every single day. It’s absolutely incredible to me. People keep stumbling upon my website and discovering a treasure trove of unusual and interesting ideas about films. And they want more, which I’m happy to supply.
I remember not that long ago when I got my first thousand followers. Now I’m over 2,300. Thank you to everyone who has followed the Deja Reviewer website. I notice whenever someone joins the club, and I have plenty of amazing things in store for you.
Thank you to my wife
Last but not least is my beautiful wife Angie. She does a spectacular job on just about all of the images you find interspersed in my articles. She is my editor and she helps me make a lot of changes before publishing my articles, so I cannot thank her enough for helping me ensure everything is up to snuff. She and I are a great team.
Thank you, my love.
Thank you for making this even more fun for me
And finally, I appreciate the time you take to enjoy what I write for you. I’ve been at it since June 2011, and I intend to continue indefinitely. The first few years were a bit quiet, and I only heard from my readers and got new subscribers every once in a while. But now I love all the feedback and confidence boosts I get from all of you.
I do what I love; thank you all for loving what I do.
This is the Deja Reviewer wishing you a happy Thanksgiving.
I just recently started following you and look forward to your future posts! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
Thank you so much. You are always welcome here. Happy Thanksgiving to you, too. 🙂
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Thanks Robert! Your blog is a great reference! In Brazil we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, but we have the “Black Friday Sales”but we call “Black Fraud”because the salesmen offer the products by “the half of the double”. Happy Thanksgiving for you and your family!
My pleasure. That’s a good point about Thanksgiving not being a universal holiday. Well, I hope you have a safe Black Friday, if nothing else. 🙂