If you just want to say something, do it.-Then ignore any bad and respond and cultivate the good.
But maybe thats just me and Ive got a thicker skin than most-Like I care what some stranger on the Internet says. I get what I want out of here- A place to chat about golf with other golf fans. Variety is the spice of life-but when I have heartburn I just dont give it any mind.
I guess my point was why ask when you know what your going to get. Seems like a waste of time to me. Don't get me wrong I think that this could be a great place to post about goals and what you want to do with your game. But i don't see it like that. Rather I don't have the commitment to this site, or the time to invest myself into constantly defending my point of view to internet strangers. It might be your thing and I am not knocking you for it. I just don't enjoy it. Look at the operation scratch kid. I knew that was going to be a train wreck from the beginning. He has quit his own thread twice poor guy. I'm not saying this should be a site for hand holding. Just an observation of the current culture. Total opinion.
I think Kyles thread shows how GOOD people can be.-Dudes been given multiple chances, and seems like hes finally going to turn it around and realizes he cant just TRY something and think it will fix things.
Well almost everything depends on how you word things. Some people say things in a manner to start arguments. If you really want a thread about your swings and goals, you would not get a rash for it. But if you ask for tips and don't use them but keep complaining about not improving then there's frustration. This is a opinion forum though and if you go through life not saying anything because you don't want to hear another side.... But I also say you don't have to argue with ignorance either.