Just a note here.
First of all...any post made should be directed towards the benefit of the OP.
Carrying on a conversation with another poster...over items which have no import whatever on the OP's situation...is rude, inappropriate, and of no benefit to the visitors and members who read forum posts.
Second...all forum rules (link in my signature) obviously need to be read by some members posting here...and followed in the future.
The quality of any post...is somewhat subjective..but we all monitor each post by our own standards. Suggestions are often made which are off the mark. Personally, I tend to ignore such unless I believe that the content of such post may result in the OP being misled and adopting an attitude/approach to resolving the problem that is far from appropriate.
If you don't know what it is that you are typing...you probably should not type it. Posting on a world-wide forum...exposes your knowledge or lack thereof...to the entire world of computing. To not expect to be told that you were off the mark...is somewhat ludicrous, IMO.
But...the manner in which such is conveyed...reverts back to conformity with forum rules and the basic interests of the OP.
The Bleeping Computer website...at least, the forums here at Bleeping Computer...are not for cross-posting personal issues in a topic where you are not the OP. If you cannot disengage yourself from such...and remember that it is the OP of any topic who should be the focus, not your whimsical opinions about anything...you will make yourself a more useful member, as opposed to being an unnecessary interruption in the flow of attempts by others to be helpful to a member who has posted a problem and who is seeking esolution of that.