Tuesday, 13 May 2008

The Imaginary Revewer is Going Away For a While

The Imaginary Reviewer will be spending the next seven days in a shack somewhere very remote, without access to the Internet, television or food. Because of the stuff about kidnapped mailmen in my last post I have to get away for a while, until the heat dies down, which I believe will be a week at most (the hierarchy of kidnapping importance goes as follows, from most important to least: Blonde child; politician; not-blonde child; policeman; ugly child; postman; everone else).

But put away your handkerchiefs and your shotguns, for there will be Imaginary Reviews while I am away, thanks to the wonders of Blogger's new Future Posting tool. I have written some excellent critical analyses and set them to appear on my usual posting days of Wednesday and Friday, so you shan't be without your favourite writings. Ain't I luvverly?

Of course, I won't be able to respond to your no-doubt plentiful comments until I get back, but please don't let that deter you from reminding me how much you all love my brilliant blog.

Until next week, this isn't goodbye, this is merely adieu.

3 comments:

heals said...

you watch "Into the Wild" lately or something? i tried that whole remote shack thing too for awhile.

Falwless said...

You never disappoint. Even in absence.

The Imaginary Reviewer said...

Heals: I haven't seen that film, but I did see The River Wild recently. Utter shite.

Falwless: Thanks! I'm back now, having enjoyed multiple mosquito attacks and some unwanted attention from an actual, real-life leech. I feel like a Vietnam vet.