will readily admit to the "addiction" of the RTF, but like the changes I am making in my personal and professional life, I am trying to eliminate the negative influences or at least limit those interactions that I have with those people..I have learned after attending church this summer that there is evil all around, and like other "addictions" to either lifestyle choices or substance issues, that we are able to pick and choose who we want to be around..
One of the commitments that Dana and I have made in our quest to be better people is to start surrounding ourselves around better people,and eliminating those that have either negative influence or negative habits...
Guess the same goes for me here and other website/chat forums that I peruse...readily admit to some post election burnout, but also have not had anything positive to add to many of the topics lately..I dont have anyone from Potus on ignore but I do choose who I interact with , and who I choose to read but go no further, same for the main board (but I do use the ignore function)
Made a couple of real good friends here on the RTF, both guys and gals...the kind that I want to hang with in the real dog world
Libertarians tend to be self-reliant individualists. That may be what I like most about Libertarians. It may also be what keeps us a small minority. We prefer to keep the power to decide for ourselves and provide for ourselves. Libertarian blogger
"high my name is john.....im an rtf-aholic."
chris should establish a twelve step subforum!