Tuesday, June 26, 2007

It's a boy!

Exciting news, Fifty Bookers. I would like to formally introduce to you the newest member of The Fifty Books Project family: Kelly Wilkinson. Weighing in at about 150 pounds, I guess, and probably about 5'10", Kelly enjoys sunsets, freshly baked cookies and hobo fights to the death. Hopefully, like the rest of us, he'll learn to judge a review based not on its content, but rather on the number of comments it receives. And hopefully, unlike myself, he'll learn how to keep all of his reviews from showing up double-spaced and extra long.

Let's all give Kelly a warm Fifty Books Project welcome, and, soon enough, we'll all know him well enough to make fun of him on the comments section of his posts.

Good luck, Kelly, and Godspeed.

6 comments:

Carlton said...

I think Kelly is just an alter-ego that Nathan created. Something that will give him a second chance at presenting a more masculine first-impression. My opinion, so it can't be wrong.
Good luck catching up, Nathan's alter-ego.

Nihil Novum said...

Until the very end of this entry, I thought Kelly was Nathan's son.

Christopher said...

If Nathan were trying to give himself a second chance at presenting a more masculine first impression, why would he use the name "Kelly?"

Alyson said...

Can we hang a "Welcome, Kelly!" banner or something?

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