I'm all for individualism, but I don't go as far as Ayn Rand in The Fountainhead. I don't believe in the reality of the "lone inventor." Every creator, no matter how much of a genius, is part of some group, whether recognized or not.
Groupthink, then, will be the foundation of this blog. To put it more positively: I invite you to join me in a quest to understand words and then use the understanding to improve our lives.
Murray Suid, in case you were wondering what kind of person would care to discover the bonds joining bondage & husband, has written more than two dozen books. These include How to Be President of the U.S.A. and Demonic Mnemonics. A former instructor at San Jose State University, he is a screenwriter and lives in Northern California. (If you think that California relates to fornicate, you likely will enjoy reading Words of a Feather. The same is true for those who are absolutely certain that California has nothing to do with illicit behavior.)