I promise anyone that that is the best cup of coffee they'll ever have.
Not until somebody pisses me off.
Actually I’d rather suggest that the bolded statement could be reasons not to jump to conclusions and to make or take things personal. I bet 99% of the ideas, philosophies and concepts shared here are constructs assembled from components not original to any post's author. Yet we become territorial and temperamental with our assertions as if this is not the case. While intellectually based conflict is typically a product of change and enlightenment, once the language crosses over the tipping point from technical assertion to a perceived personal offense or disrespect, this plight becomes lost to the "virtual" black hole of the internet. Not saying that I haven't rendered a thread or two or at least some of my own posts to this fate. It is often said that reading to reply rather than to understand is probably the biggest problem. If someone finds themselves responding with a high level of disagreement punctuated by an aggressive tone to a post they only read only once, this may be the case as well as, perhaps, for those who do not proof what they write as if this is not technical writing. In some cases, careless or "fundamentally unique" sentence structure results in a wayward interpretation of unintended emphasis that can lead things astray. A person’s ski knowledge is only as good as their ability to communicate it. I feel I have learned most from those here with a healthy balance of both.