No, I'm certainly in a position to have an opinion, and after spending several hours drafting a schedule that saw my airline in the top 10 of fleet utilization, I wasn't about to waste hours trying to remake my routes so that I could give the top earning airlines a few hundred thousand dollars more in their billion dollar bank accounts. While I may have an OCD fascination with seeing small turnaround times, my compulsion belongs to I alone. I can assure you that I do not give enough of a s*** to waste hours in my day to appease grown men that are crying about oversupplying a route on an internet game. I stand by the notion that all of you that went out of your way to chastise me (and it was an amazingly large number of you) must take this game far too seriously. This isn't the third grade, I do not need you to lecture me on notions of good sportsmanship, and your arrogance need not to extend to flaunting your posse that is trying to create a guilt trip over imaginary, insignificant airplanes. Your collusion serves as a detriment to myself and other players, but fantastically, not I nor yourselves are in a position to do anything about it short of learning how to write code. So are we done acting our roles in this high school popularity complex, or do you feel compelled to continue your snide, patronizing comments of how I didn't wear a yarmulke at your Bar Mitzvah?