NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Writing for TheStreet makes me feel like I am part of a club. Or a dysfunctional family that somehow manages to function. That's how it was at most of the radio stations I worked at.When you pull together a group of reasonably smart people with strong personalities, opinions and some quirks, you naturally end up with such an assemblage. The best radio stations and digital platforms that specialize in news and opinion have the feel of a barroom. There's plenty of great conversation -- often serious, sometimes even deep. You learn from the bartender or the stranger sitting on the stool next to you. And there are characters. They add value, but they also entertain. That's what we have here at TheStreet, particularly around battleground stocks. A club that hosts a whole slew of diverse personas and points of view, including those of the reader. Consider Facebook ( FB). Tuesday on TheStreet, we had quite a mix of excellent articles on the stock, as you can see in the screenshot below.