Removed. I think programming five years straight causes the mind to draw up conclusions on programming and on other people. I was wrong, and I understand your points. Everyone here has insight to game programming whether it is graphics, gameplay, etc. I should take advantage of your input more often rather than categorizing everyone. I could be right or wrong, but the post wasn't necessary other than proving I need a vacation. Anyway, I'm sorry and I hope you guys can forgive my nonsense. I'm still learning from others. I have no reason to be biased against them.
I'll confess that one of my reasons includes writing software engines. I feel like a god when I write them, so I have felt that I am more superior than the rest. Another reason may include that writing to forums for years about Tricks and software had led to several arguements and that's all my mind wants to do now: arguements. A third reason includes a different attitude on the web. I'm actually normal in person, but on the web I seem more angry probably due to those bad experiences. It always had to do with my recommendations and they were probably bad to begin with on my side. I'll just stop recommending them because trying to get today's 3D to work in software is indeed a frustrating process. I'm just going to work in hardware now to reduce this stress (that's what it's there for!), and I'll definitely start listening more. I hope you guys will know later that I am trying.