I have followers.
That's not why I do this. I'm not certain why I do this.
That's not what this is about.
Suldog posted folks who do stuff without any thought for themselves, but because it's the right thing to do. He calls them helpers. I call them heroes.
He then lamented that a bunch of interwebby friends had gotten together to make Christmas really nice for someone who'd not had any nice Christmases and that he had been outed as the organizer of the effort because he'd not told everyone that he wished to remain anonymous.
It would serve him right if somebody sent him an award.
No, wait... everybody should send him an award.
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