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I think what he meant was my entire post.
Obviously I cannot speak for "Usual Suspect", but I took his post as referring specifically to the part of your post that he quoted...
And my comment to your post was in reference to the part that I quoted.
My reasons for commenting, is that it is not “just lazy work on the DM's part” if I wish to design a campaign setting and consciously choose to omit a race, a class, or what have you.
Yes, absolutely, I could work that race, class, or whatever into the campaign setting, but that kind of defeats the whole point and purpose of creating a campaign which omits that race, class, or whatever in the first place... It has absolutely zero to do with laziness!
And for the record, I roll behind a screen and fudge rolls to both the character’s and npc’s/monster’s benefit, and sometimes (at least for the monsters) detriment.
YMMV and all of that...