I have read and reread this last post of yours at least 7 times, and sorry (not being sarcastic), I cannot make heads or tails of it.
"Alright, how about a complete stranger telling you how you came across, and whether or not they personally would respond to such?"
Especially when I just said "Honestly? It’s really annoying for a complete stranger to tell me my thoughts."
How a stranger, in this case you, feels about how I come across in any matter, or whether you would respond, is absolutely none of my business.
"Didn't you make a judgement about another's thoughts at the start of this thread?"
No. I asked What Difference Does It Make?
Pure and simple.
If I had thought reading the initial post that this person was serious, my response would have been exactly the same. What difference does it make?
That is me telling you what my thoughts were. You don't get to tell me what I meant, or that I would have said something different if this, that or the other.
Apparantly how I come across to you is not pleasant for you. That's something you need to work with, not me. You have many choices other than telling me how I should think and speak that involve you alone.
I think it interesting that you on the other hand don't apply the same standards to yourself in how, let's say, I, or others preceived you responses. That's good, because however I preceive what you say is my responsibility, not yours.
You seem, just as a for instance, and I'm not going to debate this, that your describing a bell curve would be taken as helpful. What if the reason the OP didn't come back to respond was because of that, and not something I or anyone else said?
Had you given any thought to how that may have come across?
This last question isn't an invitation for a response, but of course that's your decision.