Having surfed the Anderworld this morning I'm sorry to see that I'm not the only one who is sensing a shift in it's Tectonic Plates (ok, that's a stretch but give me a break, I'm losing my bliss). What is my bliss, well since I'm losing it, past tense is more appropriate, what was my bliss? My bliss was settling down, after a long, productive day, with a tall drink, a warm blanket, a quiet house, in front of a big screen television to watch that day's world events presented to me a handsome, snarky, caring newsman. A newsman who stopped covering Natalie Holloway because nothing new was developing, while everyone else was flying to Aruba. A newsman who wasn't afraid to share his soul, his personal demons, to make me understand a story through his eyes. A newsman who didn't edit out the tears when he was overwhelmed at the history he was witnessing. Well, most of that seems to be gone now. Edited away by a network determined to make the newsman into the robotic anchor that he always scorned. Night after night it seems we hear variations of the same stories. I see so little of what first drew me to your coverage. If this is the new 360 then you need to update your webpage. It still thinks the show is 'ANDERSON COOPER 360°".. a fast-moving, surprising and provocative alternative to the typical network evening newscast.' Unfortunately it's not. The humor, the irreverence, the ability to inform AND entertain, that's what's gone and with it my bliss.