Picture it, though: they'd have someone who knows the beat and has impeccable PR savvy to make a convincing message in the public square -- I didn't earn the moniker "Quote Machine" for nothin' -- and I'd get money and get to live my life doing what I love doing, i.e. working to make Rigali's ministry and the life of my local church the most effective it can be. Every day would be as enjoyable as a vacation.
Best of all for the bosses, I'd have to close the blog down and, if the deal was right, I'd do that without a gripe.
Now, it'll never happen because I'd have to take a marker to the flowchart to ensure a suitable comfort level for all parties involved. But beware, snowflakes, the thought has entered my mind.