I completely understand where you are coming from, Gary. Recently I made a new friend and as we were sitting outside drinking under a beautiful summer night sky the topic of what he did for a living came up. He is this very wonderful, funny, upbeat, cheerful guy and he said he works for a company that monitors and tries to stop elder abuse. Then the stories started to come out...ugly horrid stuff...and then the fact came out that they mostly fail at preventing all this abuse. I sat there thinking about the horror it would be to get up everyday to confront that knowing most of the time you would fail to stop it. I thought I would end up losing it if that was my job. I wondered how he sat there maintaining his sense of humor and good nature knowing Monday morning he would be once again dealing with horrific abuse and knowing the failure percentage would be upwards of 85%. So, Gary, I say thank whatever deity anybody wants to name for people like you...that fight that battle daily. Whatever it takes to unwind from that, to put a smile back on your face...you deserve it. I'm not against those kind of pictures, for the record, I enjoy some of them as well. Thankfully, I don't have to use them as a way to decompress from my job at this stage...just from the occasional hardships and life tragedies we all encounter at times.