Well said, mate.
Not well said. As long as debates are civil, any subject should be open for discussion. I don’t tell anyone else what they should or should not write about, and I expect the same courtesy.
Anchorhead suggested ‘However, maybe give some serious thought to focusing on what you like’ - there’s nowt wrong with that - if you have a problem with that - that’s your problem.
He also said ‘By all means feel free to vent, deconstruct, debate, rage, etc.’ - so what is your problem here?
My problem is with the concept of a moderator giving advice on what people should focus on in their debates. In my opinion the focus should always be on debating the content, not on the people who write the content, and their motives, unless their behaviour is in some way inappropriate.
I’m personally very much in favour of the general rule strictly maintained at boards.theforce.net, namely “Discuss the films, not the fans”.