I made a general comment about fidelity to scale in response to Dick's initial comments regarding the most recent Yorktown kit. This has been an issue in the past, not least of which with the venerable Tamiya Enterprise/Hornet release as well as with the Aoshima Wasp I had in mind. While I could have explicitly mentioned those specific examples, I assumed some basic knowledge of the topic on the part of the audience which would seem to be appropriate considering that you yourself reminded us of the Trumpeter Hornet hull fiasco (and admitted here that you are aware of scale issues), so I'm not sure how you can manage a plea of ignorance, but there it is.
You then painted yourself into a corner by stating that I wrote that the latest Yorktown kit was--in your word--'shamefully' out of scale. That's baloney, of course, since I made no such comment--nor have you met my challenge to demonstrate where I did, which indicates to me that you jumped to some fairly unwarranted conclusions about what was being discussed. As I wrote, since you were so obviously confused about matters, you might have extended a bit of effort to determine the facts, rather than haring off into the weeds over something I didn't write.
Oh, yeah, about that misunderstanding of yours: I didn't expect an apology from you, I explicitly wrote that you owed me an apology. There is a difference, you know, and the fact that you couldn't see your way to offering one--or, laughingly, that I somehow owe you an apology for your own, willful, obtuseness) tells me all I need to know about your character, which is what I was really interested in fully assessing.
Summing up, I find your rant fascinating since I don't know how you wound up with such a burr under your saddle; and to be perfectly honest, I don't believe you know either.
I'll leave you with the last word.