In case of error of recollection, it matters to say: I do recall seeing '33' just before I decided to stop looking at or to cover the left hand side.
What's really great is that Ladislaus said in the very beginning more or less that he hoped I wouldn't be eaten up by the site when he welcomed me to it and later as for himself, that he has a thick skin.
The point of writing at all again? Just to leave it in some doubt; I could be wrong. In any case - maybe I will have to weigh in again, because it may become clearer why the system is wrong as it stands, on a higher level of reality we might say. Sorry for the term 'higher level of reality.' It's vague but I do see. It could be good to have a system where people can actually say how they react to another individual and say, I do or don't like that person because I assume they are whatever.
On Mark Zuckerberg's facebook, which I never joined seeing it for what it is and hating the very idea of continuous sharing of trivia (yes, it seems trivial if enjoyable, consoling, etc. - because it is all coming from other people - a sure way to deviate from one's path). That's why we are 'meant' to reflect, and not weigh in - the need to weigh in is the problem. But this site is what it is and has its own simplicity.
Ladislaus is a rare soul and there are others like him I am sure, but he was the one who came out and welcomed so I will be forever grateful to him for that - for just being who he is actually. But that doesn't mean I up vote.
On facebook one can create and participate in continuous distraction without end, in a similar way to what the left hand side does on this site. Some have quit facebook entirely recognizing that something was lost and needs to be found.
[Even if you THINK it does not affect you, and is only useful, It Is Not. I am sure of that.]
I hope to keep rather than lose, or rather not struggle. I am just not on the level on this site of those who soldier on. As in everything else, I am only my voice; the rest is soaked in a peculiar kind of lower simply from having been born outside.