"I don't go on much about being a member of the Baker Street Irregulars. I don't attach those three letters to my name in correspondence or Sherlockian resumes. And occasionally I bitch about the group's membership policy. All of this begins thirty years ago."
I think it is kind of funny that in his not going on much about being a member, he seems to almost always go on about being a member of a group that he doesn't even really like that much and is always complaining about.
Even, in his least blog post, going on about not wanting much of the credit for helping change a membership policy while making a point of telling us how much credit he should get for that.
He doesn't occasionally go on about the groups membership policy, but instead does it fairly often.
Again I must ask, "if you don't want to be a positive force for change within the group, positive being the key word, give back your membership."