So please be tolerant of some reflex answers...
I will not.
No one needs to post by reflex. We'd all be served better by well-considered posts.
Poor responses are best handled by writing good responses. (Which you did.) Attacking the author isn't helpful. Attacking them on weak points is even less so.
While it's true I haven't posted here (except maybe for some of my own drive-by AM postings from time to time) since 2015... it's also true that I started posting here in 2002. We never had a shortage of monks posting bad info. I even have some recollection of sundialsvc4. Don't feed the trolls is as good advice now as ever.
"My two cents aren't worth a dime.";
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