Most of us exist in a blog community. People enter and leave and we go about our business. What made this community special was the wonderful people that are a part of it. Many of you point out that I have no right to tell you who should be in your house. However, the flip side of it that I have the right to leave if I object to the company. I do not owe anyone an explanation for why I cut them off.
I want those who spout self righteous hypocritical tones and religious fecal matter
to spare me. The reality is that what happened to me could happen to any one of you. How you react to such matters is largely unknown. However, it isn't funny when it happens to you. The reactions of each and every one of you will only be known when and if you find yourself in my shoes.
The famous words of Lincoln about a house divided are true so I eliminated the division, myself. Who and what you do on your blogs is no longer a concern of mine.
I will be visiting very few sites in the future. Among the sites I will no longer visit are those of a couple of people who are like brothers to me and one who I view fondly as a mentee.
This is Warren's community and his wisdom, warmth and humanity guide us. Humanity and warmth are not adjecives that are used to describe me. What you see on the blog is in many ways is the real me. The nexus of the group of friends started with Warren
myself and Mr Beamish. We built a community that had all the great ingredients. I provided the easiest part the entertainment and energy. Mr B provided a Charming comedic persona and the hardest part was Warren's providing the wisdom and humanity.
This community became a fun place you wanted to be a part of. Along the way we developed two other top draws, MZ and AOW. The cast and collection of people are just wonderful with a few exception. Anything this large is bound to have a few bumps and bruises.
Going ahead this site will opperate in its historic pattern. The truth is I can sit with Ducky and have a grand time. All of you are always welcome in, but I am ensconsed here. The affairs of the community are no longer my concern.