You think I lack elementary grammer because I don't proof read or spell check what I write? I understand grammer and a lot of the intricacies of grammer, however, I don't let those petty things get in the way of content. When I turn in a research paper, I proof read because it matters. When I turn in a paper for publication, I proof read because it matters. When I'm typing on a forum, it really doesn't matter if I have a grammatical or spelling error.
I have never claimed to be on a search for "the deeper meaning of Hegelian phenomenology" and even if I was, I don't see how my grammatical shortcomings are an impediment.
As to your toddler analogy, if the toddler claims that he can run in the Olympic marathon and bashes those who do as inferior to him, I would tell him to stand up and run. If he fails, it only shows that he should have kept his mouth shut.
The disgust I felt for the comment that I quoted comes from the fact that you claim that the quality of my advice is some how determined by my signature, but you don't even know what my signature means.
So I'll ask, please tell me why the quality of my advice is reflective of my signature.