April 25, 2010 11:54:42 AM EDT
I'm not sure what exactly you're asking me to tone down. I can't really get too detailed because, without more concise details, I can't give very solid feedback. I mean, it's good to acknowledge that you know your views are clouded by a lack of information. Because of that, what I basically went over in my posts are fundamental principles of the game that are easy to follow once you familiarize yourself with them -- but, of course, how else can a newbie learn about them unless you point them out?
If anything, you're the one who's fairly new to the forums (at least as far as I know), and I think you've yet to realize that everyone here, more or less, has good intentions with their posts. I'm not "out to get every spewtard who CLEARLY knows nothing about poker" or anything like that when I post on these forums. If it comes across that way to you, well, keep in mind that this is just text, and text can't convey tones, gestures, and other social and interpersonal ticks, so perhaps the implications you think are in what I say aren't really there.
In other words, I give advice to help people improve, not to ridicule them. Chill.