I agree with a lot of these posts, and I think this board kind of self-selects for overachievers and people who are OCD enough about the test to... well, spend time on an LSAT discussion board.
I personally don't like to talk about scores unless it's completely relevant to the topic, or if the person I'm responding to is in the exact same boat as me score-wise. Otherwise sharing my practice test scores would probably make me feel either
a) nervous and frustrated, if people are scoring higher than me or
b) arrogant and obnoxious, if people are scoring lower than me
Honestly though, mocking high scorers and implying that they are "soiling themselves" and not "normal" or that they would see a 176 as "pitiful" is not at all constructive. I too have gotten annoyed with some of the crazy workaholics on this board -but if I see someone who considers a 176 "pitiful," you can bet I'm going to be asking them for advice, not making fun of them!