I thought I'd wax nostalgic here for a second given that this board is soon a full five years old, perhaps members could post share of the useful things in life they have learned directly from The Idiot Board over the years. Some of the many things I can attribute to this place include: - a better appreciation for food preparation and cooking. I've picked up countless tips and trade secrets on how to turn meat into something so much better than what it is. - a bottomless stockpile of craft beer/microbrew and cocktail recommendations. - I learned that just about anybody is capable of wildly "impure" thoughts and that get offended by said thoughts is for sheltered schmucks. - no matter what you know or how knowledgable you might be, discussing politics is fucking stupid and pointless. - Don't go to Los Angeles, because everybody who lives there is an asshole. Focus: What things have you learned from TiB (or RMMB if you've been around that long) have you learned that genuinely have helped you in life or given you a better understanding of things?