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If they want me to leave I'm sure they'll let me know. Until then, I'm going to continue to post facts, numbers, and quotes that show 5E is definitely falling short of its design goals. Like I said before it doesn't matter what they call it or what rules they set up. I could set up rules that you can't eat pie without urinating on it. It doesn't mean pie is meant to be eating with urine. Forums are for discussing things and stifling that discussion in any way makes a forum not worth the server cost its hosted on. I don't personally care if they use words like 'jerk' to describe people that have legitimate concerns with the industry or specific products from their competitors. If they ask me to leave I'll simply go somewhere else where open discussion is allowed and where we might actually further a discussion and solve problems instead of patting each other on the back and telling each other how awesome everything is as the walls and ceiling falls in on us.
*shrug* Do whatever you want, I'm just pointing out the many ways in which you are wrong on any number of topics. I'm not saying that your poor understanding of what this particular forum is based on your understanding of what a platonic ideal of a forum is might be indicative of a recurring defect in your arguments and reasoning, but it does seem clear to most in this thread that you have a very hard time separating what you like and prefer from objective facts. Similarly, you predicated much of your criticism on the idea that the designers had made a binding commitment to you personally to implement choice quotes selected by you in a manner you prefer. I suppose that objectively that might be true - maybe all of the WotC designers are stalking you and making statements and releasing products specifically to raise your ire. Stranger things have happened.
But, in any event, it is you who is failing the forum, not the other way around. The substantive discussion keeps getting sidetracked by these ridiculous meta-conversations regarding your behavior and style. Given that you arrived here with that meta-conversation pre-packaged for our consumption, it's difficult to believe that your primary interest is in discussing the topic of 5e rather than putting on a show to prove how smart and persecuted you are.
Either way, good luck with all that.