Then I would suspect you have arrived at the conclusion that it wasn't intentional. Same opinion = same viewpoint. No? I simply don't like snarky sarcasm. Not because of any "side of the spectrum" but because it for some reason has become a recurring way of arguing against unpopular opinions. Once again the difference seems very subtle. Anyway, might is a verb that implies probability. So it was a hypothetical statement intended to suggest that it's ultimately a subjective matter to identify ridiculous comments and those falling into the same vein. I agree it's not right to argue that adults are wrong for enjoying FH4 and its expansions. This doesn't mean I wouldn't like to have seen FH4 and FM7 geared more toward mature audiences. Although I to varying degrees enjoy both titles, they often give me a nagging feeling that Forza's comprehensive take on car culture and automotive history is trapped in an undesirable package. I'm sure Forza could be far more enjoyable for all ages with some tweaks in the creative direction at both Turn 10 and Playground Games. Personally I think FM6 and FH2 nailed a nice middle ground, but the LEGO expansion doesn't point in that direction. I'm comfortable enough because ridiculous comments are unavoidable. Snarky sarcasm on the other hand just seems completely unnecessary because I believe there are better and more straightforward ways to stress a point. The above should clarify.