I am not referring the those of non English background. They are easily picked and sometimes easier to understand!
Then you have the newbies, who have clearly read the 'how to use' messages, state things clear and concise, use code boxes, etc...And they are still treated like dirt by people who are so far up themselves. One can understand the back lash received by newbies met with insults rather than actual help.http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=349009.0Seriously Paul, WTF?
It ain't easy being agreeably pleasant always, so you have to cut everyone some slack some time, and cut them loose when they don't come around.
In that thread, that was Paul's only post, he didn't return fire.
Also I understand that it can be very frustrating, especially when someone won't listen, but as pYro says, you don't have to respond, and you especially don't have to respond with an insult.
But this is the sort of thing that makes you feel weary. Not only all the cross-posting and insults, but the fact that a reply you have put work into has been ignored.
Don't moderators get billions of dollars from solicitation emails
There is only a need to quote if the message was not directly preceding the new post.