It's not immediately clear to me, and as such makes an otherwise good-looking argument feel less "solid".
"Amazon.com passed many milestones in 1997: by year-end, we had served more than 1.5 million customers, yielding 838% revenue growth to $147.8 million, and extended our market leadership despite aggressive competitive entry.
But this is Day 1 for the Internet and, if we execute well, for Amazon.com."
Bezos has attached the 1997 letter to every letter to the shareholders he has written since. There is even a building in Seattle named Day 1.
 https://www.amazon.com/p/feature/z6o9g6sysxur57t (bottom half of the page)
You'll notice for example that even my initial comment pointed the guy to the answer (i.e.: it's in the third paragraph of the link).
Now, both requirements aren't opposite, someone could have made a comment like this: I like Bezos's notion of a Day 2 company, how it differs from Day 1, etc.
Basically, I like people to show that they aren't asking someone else to do the work for them (or, if they are, at least they made some attempt).
That's at least as reasonable a position as the one you just expressed IMO.