Sorry to go off topic, my good Sir, but have you heard the terrible news about "World’s Largest Earwig" (http://newpsalmanazar.wordpress.com/2014/11/19/marginalia-no-344)
Sad, they will be missed. Do earwigs ever actually go in people's ears? I think they've gotten a bad rap.
Your generosity is an inspiration to all of humanity.
And yet I don't receive the praise the singers who recorded the "We Are The World, We Are Ebola" song get. It all comes down to marketing, I guess.
Doing good should be its own reward. You don't need praise.
Both you Sir and the Earwig are sadly misunderstood and unappreciated by the General Public.
"The Public is an old woman. Let her maunder and mumble." - Thomas Carlyle.
“Public opinion is a compound of folly, weakness, prejudice, wrong feeling, right feeling, obstinacy, and newspaper paragraphs.” — Sir Robert Peel
It's even worse now because soundbites have replaced newspaper paragraphs.
In more Earwig news - Earwigs are not the innocents that they claim to be:'Earwig stops trains' https://twitter.com/BNArchive/status/542365672492531714
It amazes me earwigs stopping trains is an established fact, but it remains unclear if they actually go in ears.