Too, too, funny and who’d a thunk it? The NY Times occasionally links to Life on the Wicked Stage: Act 2, mostly when I’m writing about political stuff, and sometimes about cultural issues. That’s always appreciated.
Today on my lunch hour I was looking at my blog’s referrer logs and noticed that the quick little video I posted of my wife last night was getting hits from the NY Times.
Given that the video was just something silly (very silly, actually), dealing with a prop for our educational production of Comedy of Errors, I was even more surprised that it was linked to from the Your Money section of the Times. I’m sure it will fade off that blog roll pretty quick, but below is a screen grab of it appearing under the subhead Your Money Headlines From Around the Web.
Maybe the editors have as wacky a sense of humor as my wife and I do, or maybe the post title Can We Keep It? had some deep dark economic meaning beyond last week’s AIG bonus payment kerfuffle. Who knows?
I guess we’ll keep it.
UPDATE: Apparently this post made the cut at the NY Times as well.