A 2012 survey by Gallup found roughly 640 million adults would want to migrate to another country in the world if they had the chance to.
23 percent of these respondents, which translates to more than 150 million adults worldwide, named the United States as their desired future residence, while an additional 7 percent of respondents, representing an estimated 45 million, chose the United Kingdom. The other top desired destination countries (those where an estimated 25 million or more adults would like to go) were Canada, France, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Germany and Spain.
I'm saying this because within four months, this region of the internet will be no more. But of course you all know that by now.
I am predicting a mass migration. In fact it's already started.
So, I've set up a new site here, and recently exported all posts of the Daily Blues weblog onto that place.
I'll still be here, though. I will start posting on the new site eventually, by some time this winter, but I will mostly be posting here.
So, see you around - out there, somewhere. And please tell me where you're going, if you're going any where.
Unless, of course, you desire to just disappear. Which I understand perfectly. In this modern world we very rarely get the chance to just disappear.