No. I came into this thread to answer a set of legitimate questions (and it's abundantly clear he had legitimate questions now). You came into this thread to complain about it. It happens all the time at forums like this, although rarely to people with 170 or lower, and is really tedious and unhelpful. It's clear what the thread is about-if you don't like it, just don't open it.
The only people who don't have anything to ask that we can help answer have 4.0/180. Even if it's just for reassurance or anecdotes or general advice, a poster with 170/3.86 (especially one who was considering binding ED at George Washington) has every right to seek advice here.
Just like I have a right to comment on these types of posts as well. If you don't like my comment, then just don't respond to it.
Also, what exactly have you answered that the OP probably didn't already know? I know you like to think that you are being helpful, but in reality, you're not. You aren't adding anything to the table that is not known by anyone already. This is exactly why I think these types of threads are ridiculous. Everyone (like yourself) is just passing on ancedotal knowledge that can be easily attained by just skimming through previous posts. What you have said has been said a thousand times before. In fact, you're probably just regurgitating something that you've read or heard before as well. You (and everyone else who tries to give "advice" on these types of posts) aren't reinvinting the wheel, you're just retreading it.
So yes, I came onto this thread to complain about it. Because quite honestly, I get a little sick of people asking age old questions and then having people like you come along to give age old answers.
And please don't think that I'm personally attacking you or the OP. I'm just stating my opinion on the "ridiculousness" of this type of post.