I love the community. I haven't been here for awhile due to, you know, this and that. But I'm happy to be back and i can't wait to be more involved. I think what you have going here is Aces baby Aces!
So just wanted to drop a little bit of science, as per is the tradition.
Christopher Hyatt, Ph.D. has written several books that I recommend to anyone who wants to further their studies in viral philosophy and its ilk. The first introdcution I had to this author was "The Psychopath's Bible" aptly named. As it says in the introduction (And I'm paraphrasing),
"We dare you to read this book. Many who have read the first few chapters are either repulsed by it and immedately put it down, or they think it's harmless and continue reading. That's what we want. When those who continued were asked after finishing the book if they thought it was harmless, they all responded a resounding NO."
Or something like that. The point is that the book institutes a kind of paradigm shift in the reader (if s/he is prepared enough to actually see the message). As such, I don't show teh book to just anyone, it is a weapon, no doubt about it. If I have the knowledge contained within it and someone else does not, I have an advantage.
Another book by Dr. Hyatt is "Rebels and Devils". The book is actually edited by him, but I think it has one essay that's all his. This is a great compilation and does indeed provide some modern insight into the viral experience.