Here's my list, shortened from sentence form to be easier to read for the very people who may be included in it:
-People who think they know everything, and have been riding for 5 seconds...
-Eastern Bandwagon jumpers who have never owned or broken anything Eastern, and claim they have seen an astronomically HUGE number of parts break (example:3497829392934234)
-People who bring up old threads for no reason
-People who post the same thread 14 billion times (example: brakes VS brakeless)
-PEOPLE WHO DO NOT USE DECENT GRAMMAR OR SENTENCE STRUCTURE.
(This is extremely frustrating trying to decipher what the hell they are talking about)
-Complaints about companies without knowing anything about them
-People who ask questions that are obviously a bad idea
-People who ask "what (insert item here,frame/part etc) should I get" and do not provide any options they like.
-People who think the way they ride is the ONLY "TRUE" or "LEGIT" way to ride
-People who ask a question before doing ANY research, and expect everyone else to
post links to whatever they happen to want to see. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH.
-People who complain they were ripped off, despite seeing other people say "DO NOT TRADE/DEAL with (insert name here) they rip you off" and then whine
-People who think they should get the "new' price (or more) for a used item.
-People who ask for advice, then bitch or complain when they don't get the answer they want (and in many cases, try to call advice givers names for it)
-People who bag on others for having different set ups, be it brakes or not, pegs or not, freecoaster or not, as well as clothing, skinny jeans or not, beanie or not, v-neck or not etc.
I am sick and tired of the "cliques" that this sport has recently developed. We should embrace the fact that we all ride a little kids bike, and not worry about the small details. When you take riding in its most basic form, we are all the same.