Personal attacks get you nowhere, but if it makes you feel like a big man, bring it on. I’ll have you know, I’m happily married, and have been for four years, to a wonderful mate I met in person - not through my computer, as if that even matters anyway… I have two wonderful children, a great family, and a booming social life. Plus, on the upside, I have the ability to string together a grammatically correct sentence that others can read without trying to guess the point I’m trying to get across. I have six years of post-secondary education (that means I went to school after high school. . .), majoring in English. My computer is not my social life - my friends and family are. Besides, who are you to attack those people who do have the basis of their social life literally at their fingertips - in other words, through their computer. That’s their choice, not yours, and it’s inappropriate for you to assume that just because it’s a course of action with which you do not agree that it is automatically wrong. Of course, if you had half a brain in that head, you would realize that you are not the center of the universe, as you not-so-eloquently seem to be bringing across in your commentaries. Anything else you’d care to smart-off about?