Thanks so much, youse guys. I was worried that Colin would be hard to understand, because lord knows I've become a short-attention-span person since the internets, and when I first read his pieces, they threw me back on my dictionary and the wikipedia full-time.
When I did the test call with him and heard his jolly laugh -- a lot of laughing! -- I knew we were in for a treat. Plus, he can go really deep really fast, turn on a dime ... and he even let me ask him to repeat something so I could better understand it. Bill was glaring at that, but no matter. Plus, he calls me darling in a British accent, with no condescension whatsoever. I coulda talked all night.
I will be making a blog entry at www.futuretheater.com and putting up links to all his articles that we've run so far. Well worth reading, to say the least.
Especially in the current climate of ufology with the louts telling you that you can and can't read this or listen to that ... the whole circus, as Regan and Lesley and Diedre keep pointing out ... is worthy of note. It means something, glitter and all. Colin in one of the brainy ones looking behind the curtain.