It's kind of the same feeling I get when somebody else's dog comes and dumps in my yard and they don't pick up after it. Some anonymous troll left some comments.
Evidently I don't have a clue, nor appreciate the artistic genius, of someone who would hang themselves from hooks that they've pierced through their body. Aside from demonstrating that they have a high pain threshold, I don't exactly see the talent. Bob Ross painting his own little world of landscapes is more an artist than some demented individual who thinks masochism is an art form. I wonder how talented this guy thinks the "artist" that made meatballs out of his own liposuctioned body fat is. I guess he'd rank right up there with Michelanglo.
Also, I'm pathetic because I've never felt any inclination to go out and master any particular topics so that I can get involved in meaningless debates that never will be resolved in ours, or anybody's, lifetimes. Some people enjoy debating for the sake of debating, whether it's about evolution, homosexuality, politics, global warming, yada-yada-yada. My faith is in God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, along with His written revelation, the Bible; not in my intellectual ability to debate and understand every single issue in the Design vs Evolution debate. I'm not a Christian apologist. That does not mean I don't read and learn as much as I can about the impact on Christianity of things happening in science, archaeology, history, etc. For the vast majority of people, what to believe re: these disciplines comes from making decisions on who do you believe, not on what you've gone out and studied yourself. I have my hands full trying to master being a disciple of Christ, a husband, a father, a ministry leader, a community volunteer, a good employee---I don't have the need, desire or calling to try and master some scientific discipline so that I can convince some non-believer that God actually created the universe by design; I do have the calling to stand before a group of cub scouts and encourage them about God's great love for them and that he has a special calling and purpose for their lives.
The troll basically said that the depth of my faith was a joke because I didn't feel the need to get into a debate with people who take the design vs evolution debate far more seriously than I do. What an idiotic statement. The depth of my faith isn't being developed because I'm trying to understand the ramifications of the fossil record on either side of the endless debate; it's being developed through the refining fire of circumstances that has me on my knees before God, seeking His face, and learning to obey His commandments and will for me and my family.