You know, leaving Atlanta and transplanting to New York brings about a lot of scenery changes. You trade in the trees for buildings, etc. Nature tends to take a back seat, leaving a bit of a void. I must admit that I miss looking at the dogwoods, smelling the clean air, etc. I really do miss it sometimes.
Which is why I'd like to thank you, Warren, for all you've done at Clarus. Because while I no longer have a back yard, I still get the excitement of watching grass grow as I watch this stock.
You have to look at the bright side of things, right?
I'm surprised you believed anything he said or claimed. Actions always speak louder than words. His actions have spoken volumes. CLRS has nicer office space now than they did when they were a 400+ person company. The only reason you would still hold this stock is if you trusted Warren. He _is_ the company. He will ultimately decide what happens. If AH is underperforming (http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=AH&d=c&k=c1&a=v&p=s&t=2y&l=on&z=m&q=l) what makes you think his CLRS play will do any better? IMHO, CLRS has been the 800lb gorilla�s feces since I can remember.
As for missing GA, you're more than welcome to stay with me if you ever decide to visit. Perhaps we could do some skateboarding or take a tour on scooters ;-)