Just wondering, but if we're so childish around here all the time, then what do you gain from sticking around and encoraging it? The best way to stop childish arguments is to, you know, not engage in them. But I don't see you making that logical connection.
And by the way... Speaking of stubborn... Lord knows one of us try to tell you that sugar or caffeine (at least at the levels you consume) might be bad for you. You'll come back with 101 reasons why this isn't so. So, what then? It's not stubborn for you to defend your own viewpoints, but suddenly, when anyone ELSE does it, it's because we don't want to "hear alternate opinions"? Seems we're not the only ones who have strong opinions on a subject or two.
There's nothing wrong with believing in something, especially if it's been working really well for you. Wanting to seek out evidence that proves this both for yourself and for others is only natural. From what I've seen, you are NO different or any better than the rest of us in this regard.
Anyway, that's just my own piece on the matter. I'm out. Cheers!