You've been telling us since 2008 that it's the in-print version of D&D that's important, and it's the current version bearing the name Dungeons & Dragons that's the best and brings the most gamers together.
I'm sorry I disagreed all this time.
Really, I apologize. I was out of line.
You were totally right all along.
So on April 17, forget about your old, dusty, has-been, canceled D&D. Don't be an old grognard and look at its outdated and broken mechanics like feats and powers and healing surges through nostalgia-colored glasses, instead stop living in the past and pick up the brand spanking new, hot off the presses, official AD&D 1e books and start playing the newest and best edition of D&D available!
Our games together will be epic.
(Sorry, I know I'm being a bad bad edition warrior and I'm going to hell for it but I totally could not resist. I cared enough to be pissed in 2000 and 2008, so I can care enough to gloat a bit now. At least I didn't say "Your D&D is canceled and ours is going to be in print? How do you like them apples?")
(PS. Dear new Blogger interface: You are ass and should die. You suck. Fuck you.)