That's one thing that makes a valuable OSA member IMO.
Life's already too short (and often sad) at its best.
BTW, Swampratt came by yesterday and we had a very pleasant visit. You talk about eccentric, look up eccentric in the dictionary and his name is listed. I mean that in a respectful way. I enjoy eccentric people! Most "normal" people are too concerned about what others think instead of just being themselves. Just look at all the "woke people" we have in society!