It's totally true that the post on VCA is public, as it's meant to be. However, different social media has a different reach and audience and purpose, think of it like the difference between radio, TV and movies, and the difference between a local radio station and the National News. VCA is where we discuss more internal things, and people have to be interested in the details to come here. If people have specific worries and concerns about the NNA because of attacks they see, they will seek out information like our post on internal things to do with the NNA AU. However, Twitter has a much wider but more superficial reach. It's for the bigger issues, the political arguments, the soundbites of public advocacy. The audience we want to reach on Twitter are the people who are interested in the controversy about vaping, and most importantly the people on the fence about it. The National News would never deal with the troubles that a surburban cricket club has, while a local radio station would. VCA is like a local radio station, and it's appropriate to air these things here, but this issue is not appropriate for the national news. I think we are close to the end of the troubles, and I'm very optimistic that we will be a much more inclusive and effective group from now on. Even if we continue to receive the same attacks, my view is that if we build our group with more openness and with more people helping out and really being the group that vapers want us to be then those attacks will fall on deaf ears, and it won't matter. I'm very excited about the new board and the new energy we have.