Unless you have been active in Baha´i cyberspace and know about both the ¨official¨and un-official Baha´i stuff that goes on there, the humour and wit of Baha´i Angst will be lost on you (this is probably my favourite btw). And you´ll probably scratch you´re head in confusion and then move on, regretting that you lost those 15 seconds visiting it that you´ll never get back.
Its a bit like appreciating SNL, I guess. If you´ve lived in a cave somewhere for the past couple of years, away from the current events, celebrity news, etc. the satire being showcased in front of you in their skits is simply wasted. So if you don´t want to appear like a dumfounded loser while others are on the floor clutching their guts, get thee to a few archived Baha´i groups (like Talisman, UeB, Beliefnet, talk.religion.bahai, and the like).
But mainly, I write about it for those few hearty souls who have been around the block a few times but have yet, somehow, unluckily not tripped onto it by themselves.