This is something I've been wanting to ask for awhile:
Why exactly do you edit ED? Or more specifically, why do you edit the new ED?
It's a serious question. Obviously you get something out of it or you wouldn't do it. More so - you get enough out of it to have ditched your ol' loyalties to the old ED and switched to the new ED. At some point you were pretty pissed about the new ED usurping the ol' ED. But then.. something happened, you got ok with it, somehow rationalized it... I don't know, there was some weird switch that flipped in your head (I mean, I don't quite understand why anyone would want to be on the ol' ED, but I can suspend disbelief for a second or two) and now you're full force about it.
So just wondering. What does it do for you? What does it allow you to do that you couldn't otherwise? As far as I can tell anything you posted there you could've posted here (and you probably would've gotten more drama per word, given that here people actually care about DB or whatever). I'm just not understanding the strategy - assuming your motives are given. Is it that you want to be liked by the people there and you don't particularly care if you're liked by the people here? Sort of a "sit on the chair in the lunchroom cafeteria which is right between the "Star Trek Geeks" and the "Firefly Geeks"" kind of thing, and you just tried to move one chair over? Or is there something more to it? Probably poking my nose into business that no one can understand (well, actually... but whatevers, anyway, the lunchroom ladies always hate all you folks, and they're the ones who actually get to go to heaven, even cynical atheists like me know (and hope for) that)
I'm being a bit of an asshole about it, but I do honestly wonder what your motivation in all this is?