Re: "I don't care what anyone says, I'm having a good time." If we all just "moved on" every time we disagreed then we wouldn't have much of an active forum for you to moderate, would we? Personally, I "find it tedious" that you feel it necessary to "gripe" yourself everytime someone disagrees with you or what might seen as your agenda. I mean has this thread really been "negative"? One or two lines made in jest amidst many, many valid comments about a topical subject hardly seem enough to warrant a "suggestion" from you to tone it down. But then again, I guess it all depends on which side of the subject you are on. As I recall, in the 'MTI Widescreen DVD' thread, you "griped" continuously about your pet peeve against 'full frame'... a stance that I am sure some people didn't exactly find positive or proactive. Yet you are entitled to voice your opinion, even ad nausea should you wish it. It would only be hypocritical to suggest otherwise. I gather from your last couple of threads that you are very dedicated to the Palisades cause and are eager to support it in any way possible. However, others should also be free to express their views (within the confines of civil discussion of course) without being maligned. And if you don't agree then I suppose you are always free to take your own advice and move on. Must we all think alike? Seems to me that a "we all sing with the same voice" mentality might be better suited for pre-school television than an active adult forum.