First of all I haven't called Sami anything so what is it exactly you are offended by? I stated that I think it's unprofessional to start giving out verdicts on peoples intentions without knowing even half the story - as a representative for this website. But by all means, if you want to feel offended by the end of the day, there's nothing I can do to stop you.
Secondly, In what way have I been "whining", as you describe it, about someones route? And how did you possibly manage to get offended about that? If there is a rule we are told to adhere to is it not within our right to argue that others should follow these rules too? Or should we all take this statement from you as a general rule that if someone in the future has a complaint about the 200% rule, that we should ask you to arbitrarily decide if the 200% mark was passed "significantly" or just passed and if you consider it "whining" rather than a complaint? But please elaborate on the "spirit of the rule" so that we all know for the future how far we can go passed the 200% mark before it becomes something else than "whining".
Let's get the facts straight. I looked at one of my routes and saw that an opponent was, according to the (actual) rules of the game, over supplying. I then sent a message to that opponent explaining what the rules were and suggested that he/she either changed it to a fuel stop or switched to a smaller A/C in case he/she had missed what the (actual) rules were. That person then posted a question with part of my message, with good intentions I'm sure, to find out what the administrator had to say about it. You and Sami then answered the question explaining what or where the rules were and adding that you were pretty much certain, amazingly without knowing any of the facts, that that person had not broken the rules. That person then answered me back, without actually understanding the rules I must assume, referring to your answers regarding whether or not the rules had been broken. Which by your standards, I'm sure sounds just about right.