And that extends to here. Yeah, if I'm planning on visiting any of you, it'd be helpful to know if you actually had corporeal bodies I could see and hug (and do other things with) once I got there. But up until that point, it doesn't truly matter to me. I've run into people here who really want me to be a gargoyle. So, for them, I'll be that gargoyle. I'll spread my wings and gather them up and take them off to my castle for a hot night of dungeon sex. And if you want to be an urban wit, or a master storyteller, or muscle freak with a ten-inch cock that won't quit, excellent. I won't demand receipts. Just play the role well.
I realize I'm in the minority here. I know everybody else wants and demands "the truth". Which is weird, because many of them have no trouble with the artifice of reality TV. (Maybe because they know it's artifice?) But I personally don't have any issue with it.
Whether Andreus was real or imaginary, he appears to have struck a lot of chords with people. Which means if it was a role, he was a master showman, and I give him a round of applause (whether he's here to hear it or not). But that role (real or imagined) never resonated with me. And perhaps Boston Pirate is another role by the same actor, or perhaps he's a different actor playing a different role, or perhaps he's being 100% legit. Either way, I find myself more in sync with BP (with or without quotes) than I ever did with Andreus. So if it's a new role for an old actor, I just say I enjoy this role more, and I'll continue to enjoy it. If I make a trek up to Ole Mass, I may have to see if I have to adjust my way of thinking if a meet-up is in the cards, but until then, he's a happy pirate who has mobility issues and HIV, and I'll enjoy his posts on that level.