If you're talking about what I posted yesterday - I did consider it, briefly, but it came down to spreading some very good news that the show's PR department issued press releases about (meaning, it's information they very much want the audience to be aware of), or continuing to wrap a very tiny percentage of the fandom in cotton wool.
Really, CK - I think it's kind of unrealistic to be on the Internet all the time and demand never to read *anything* that affects the show. We've chatted for a long time, and I think you're a cool, funny, interesting person. But I do think it's possible, sometimes, to demand too much of the Internet, and the rest of the fandom.
Just a thought.