Microkhan by Brendan I. Koerner

And So the Khan Returneth

July 26th, 2010 · 2 Comments

Thanks for putting up with the spotty posting last week, as I struggled to keep up with the hectic sked over at Ta-Nehisi Coates’ realm. Did my best to cross-post when I could, but I’ll admit to lazing out a bit—which is why you’re getting Bad Movie Friday on a Monday. (All the background on the dreadful Michael Dudikoff vehicle Cyberjack, aka Virtual Assassin, available here.)

Fear not, I’m on the blogging case—and now without the royal “we” for good, having recently become convinced that the trope hasn’t aged well. Let me catch up on the e-mail backlog and deal with assorted other tasks, then I’ll be back here discussing rodent eradication, North African kidnapping, and 19th-century Irish banditry as soon as humanly possible. Stay tuned.


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2 Comments so far ↓

  • finzent

    I’m a little sad to see the pluralis majestatis disappear, but I guess times just change…

  • Brendan I. Koerner

    @finzent: It was a tough choice to make, but I ultimately just got a little tired with keeping up the charade. Plus I think it interfered with my ability to do some more personal posts–with that “we,” everything sounded a little bit tongue-in-cheek, even when I was at my most sincere.

    But, hey, I can always flip back if I got bored with the first person singular. Such are the perks of, uh, owning the whole enterprise.