Ha ha! From my own experience in a "creative" field, I think most people with a little knowledge like to think they have a lot of knowledge. They like to share their opinions, walk away and let you do the grunt work — where the true knowledge lies — then come back and critique what you did. They almost never move from the back seat to the front, because no one wants them near the wheel. And to be honest, being behind the wheel is usually not their goal. Talking from the backseat gives them a sense of influence and ability without total commitment, or a true test of their knowledge. Experientially, that feels pretty good. To the driver, it's sometimes useful, and frequently a pain in the ass. The problem with driving a car in the internet is that it has a gigantic backseat. You are going to end up with more than your share of people with broken filters. You have to either tune them out, or pull over and walk away.