True. And flicking around on twin tips, popping off little features, and generally not posting pedantic statements on the Internet about what constitutes enjoyment for other people is a big part of that attitude.
None of us get any enjoyment from skiing on ice, ever. That has nothing to do with equipment. It's because it sucks.
Most rockstars prefer not to play in dingy clubs with leaky roofs on the best instrument.
If you want a more thoughtful discourse, a good place to start is in not referring to the entire functional dynamic of a ski based on the last 3" of its tail while stating that the only purpose is skiing switch, and then using that statement to declare that everybody else is doing the wrong thing.
Maybe you can explain the full purpose of a more center mounted ski with a turned up tail at each level of skier ability and shed some light for us beyond terms like "fat" and "floppy". Let's start with beginners, shall we? Because they are almost 100% on the wrong ski. You know, narrow waisted, short, stiff tails, knee injuries...