Okay, okay. Apologies for the personal attack. Uncalled for and the result of a late night and a head full of cold medicine. I do maintain my assertion, however, that it is overtly presumptuous to judge a person's character, intellect, or personality traits having never interacted with them. The assumption that "whenever that situation has arisen in your life" represents a sample group large enough to make an assertion about people in general is a dangerous generalization that can lead down a troubled road.
If I were to apply that logic to my (likely incorrect) assumption that your number of posts were reflective of your character, I could just as easily have replied that "people that I have interacted with that post thousands of messages a month on message boards don't have much social interaction outside of cyberspace and tend to lack social skills." I know nothing about you, nor am I qualified to make that assertion, but you can see how my presumption based on experience led me down a dangerous road and would have for anyone following that path of presumption.
Again, I objected not to the comment or its meaning but the presumptuousness required to achieve your conclusion. My reaction was innapriopriate but my premise remains the same