Despite the relative anonymity of this board - not everyone has met up at the Ancestral Health Symposium or PrimalCon, for instance - many paleohackers have distinct and recognizable personalities here. JCB's comment on Stabby's reply is a perfect example of this - http://paleohacks.com/questions/51685/do-you-have-any-great-images-that-show-your-worldview/51694#51694
I'm really wondering about the comfort zone created in this little world. Are you yourself, "more" yourself/who you want to be, or someone else entirely here as compared to the outside world?
If a co-worker with whom you have a friendly but professional working relationship were to read all your replies or comments here, would he or she be surprised at what you have to say, how you say it, or how confident or unsure you come across here as opposed to in "real life?" If you met another paleohacker you've never met in person, would he or she view you exactly the same way in the physical world as your replies and comments make you seem here?