I've been accused of making too many plain statements before - just statements of fact without any attachment of the personal value I place on them. I don't know if that's such a bad thing. Of course some people want to know why it's important enough to me to notice it. But for me it is often just a piece of information that is merely awaiting connection to the rest of the sea of bits of information floating around in my head. So at the moment of utterance, it is in a sort of holding area, a waiting lounge, while the immigration officers deal with the other potentail entrants (or just go off for a HKB*). Or sometimes it is already connected but to go over the connections would be very tedious for me.
So my value-unladen statement today is:
I have just visited http://www.clinical-depression.co.uk/
*hoong kee break - otherwise commonly known as a smoke or cigarette break.