Originally Posted by Daryl licht
Might need to take up a collection for those that list food as their favorite scope. Everything you do in this life is a decision. I choose to run a nice scope. Some have big houses some have nice cars and some have 20 kids, I choose high end optics. I suggest if your running on the fiscal edge to the the point food is a factor in your purchase decisions you might abstain from discretionary spending...and save some money. Now lets all have a pity party for our friend here and pass the hat around.
That was COMPLETELY uncalled for and has no place in a civil discussion. The member you are referring to did nothing but state a different set of priorities that governs his choice of optics. Neither he, nor anyone else here, deserves to be treated in that manner. If you have come here to impress people with your discriminating taste, fat wallet, or any other form of d!*k measuring, I suggest you go somewhere else.
OR you can learn to engage your brain before running off at the keyboard. That way, it will be possible for you to be capable of having a civilized conversation. You have nice taste in optics, but very poor judgement. If comments like these are an indication of the kind of man you are, I suggest you take the money you are spending on expensive optics and send yourself to Charm School.