I post too Much on Here!!
- Jul 21, 2010
Yes, and it only took starting 7-8 new threads (or was it as few as 6?) for you to reach that state of enlightened nirvana and gratitude. That suggests a deeply rooted insecurity, or possibly some other neurosis. Or that the opinions you claim were helpful were actually not so much.I already addressed those concerns by listening to the opinions of members here. I thanked them for helping me understand and accept the transition from EF to mirrorless. As you say, that was back in the summer, yet you cling to it?
I think we are looking at a dozen posts I made as opposed to 300 or 400 of yours pounding the same theme over and over, "Canon is the leader. That is the fact. Your opinions don't count and aren't interesting." To the point of making thread after thread tiresome.
Oh, for the days when you gave such enlightened, concise technical support in a friendly way.
Enjoy your grape juice!
Canon is the ILC market leader, and that is a fact. It is also a logical and relevant response to claims that Canon must do X or Y or add feature Z to be competitive, and statements of similar ilk. It's interesting that repeated claims and opinions based on misinformation or outright falsehoods don't seem to bother you, but you find a logical, factual response to those claims tiresome. On the other hand, I'm glad that you seem to accept reality for what it is...otherwise, you'd be crossing from neurosis into psychosis, which would be quite unfortunate.
I do certainly continue to happily offer technical help when it's requested. But in fact, those requests have become few and far between. Perhaps the new account signup process is onerous enough to be a barrier to people with questions signing up to ask them (and I recall for a while that new members could not immediately start a topic, which was a further barrier; not sure if that's still the case). Or perhaps google and youtube are doing better at providing quick solutions.
Regardless, I do plan to enjoy my grape juice (in fact, I'm enjoying some of the non-bubbly variety now) – as long as the grapes are of good quality and the juice is appropriately fermented and aged, it's a wonderful beverage.