Damn good topic, Daniel et al
I would probably have more of an opinion, but I haven't been around much so I haven't noticed the lack of involvement.
I am inclined to think that, much like most other things, people who participate on Soulforce have rhythms and cycles. I know I do, and my quiet part of my cycle has been particularly long this time. Anyway, the cycles aren't a particular problem, unless a number of regulars enter a low spot in their cycles at the same time.
It's either that, or some of you folks conspired to get quiet at the same time I did just to make my absence more noticeable. I really don't appreciate you intentionally making me look like I haven't been here, and I urge you to cut it out. The whole point of being absent is to be unnoticeable, after all.
As for the discussion about people thinking they shouldn't say what they think because some of us might get our knickers in a wad - why the hell would you take our fun away? Some of us like a good pucker once in a while - it gives us an opportunity to wax on fondly and relentlessly about what we think we know about the unknowable.
Jeez! What the heck happened to you people while I was gone. Oh crappe - forget I said that. I haven't really been gone. Just overlook what I said and act like I'm not here.
- Andy's blog
Sins are always worse when they're different than mine