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I don't feel too exposed by saying I almost cried reading this.

First of all, however you got the idea you cannot express yourself well in words, you got the wrong idea.

I have been a bit (lot) of a lurker here for the past few months. I have not really been posting for many of the very same reasons you cite. I have been back and forth on voting - sometimes feeling I owe it to all the good ones to vote, sometimes feeling I shouldn't vote if I didn't really feel a part of things anymore. So you are not alone.

This is not /. YET. Right? It can still NOT be /., but not without you. Not without the people who can enrich and guide. The gods have the power and information to strike down those who are doing no good if they see fit. Have faith that if this were rampant they would.

Too many examples of the few bad ruining it for the mostly good these days. Don't give me another one. I can't take it.

We speak the way we breathe. --Fugazi


In reply to (jptxs) Re: Ruminations of an ex-PM monk by jptxs
in thread Ruminations of an ex-PM monk by jcwren

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