It's interesting you say that JB when you come home you just want to smash elentvey million beers.I don't drink, but I do have a very bad junk food problem, so it's always wanting to come home and have sugar or chips or something!What you're describing is what I have to fight against while producing theatre and comedy. You try to encourage people to come out and have a fun time, but you're fighting against people's overwhelming desire to just stay on the couch and recover from work, shitty colleagues, traffic, etc. Then on weekends you might be fighting people's overwhelming desire to just cut loose with a lot of drinking.I totally *get* it. Our culture is steeped in booze, we just can't get along without it. Non-drinkers like me end up as facilitators anyway I look to host my impro shows in places with bars because you're more likely to draw a few people in with the promise of refreshing beverages.Sometimes I think that I'm really lazy, but I'm generally out of the house at least four, often five nights a week. Maybe I'm not exercising as much; but I like to think that hopefully all that activity is keeping my brain engaged.Eh, who the hell knows!