Now, on a more serious note, why do you think there's meaning? Near as I can tell, there's no real purpose for us being here.
We differ in that respect then. I view even our subjective perceptions of meaning to be significant in an objective way. Given that there could have been beings capable of perceiving things or there could not have (and the latter seems somehow more plausible), it seems probable to me that the meaning we attach to things like life, morality, love, etc. was intended to be. Maybe this extrapolation is foolish, or maybe it's not. I don't claim to know, but I do know what I believe.
ID (in the form used by the largest organization that promotes it, the Discovery Institute) is basically Genesis reworded to remove any mention of God or the Bible.
That's right, and that is why I made the distinction. The term "Intelligent Design" has become associated with a political movement which in my opinion endorses weak theology and pseudoscience, so I prefer not apply it to my beliefs. I do believe in (lowercase) intelligent design, as a theistic evolutionist, but I avoid the term in order to avoid confusion with the previously mentioned ID movement.