"Vertical list of applications??? Microsoft what have you been smoking?"
(As we're quoting rap lyrics today) I think that you'll be doing just fine if you relax a little.
"Actually there were no HTML5 stuff shown in the demo, I can code those effects to work with IE6. In fact that demo may even work in IE6 if you would include some hacks."
I mean does this sound mean?
Do I go a little bit too far with it? Maybe.
A good insult is like a fine, dry wine; it is bitter and refined. You come across in your comment history as a dullard, enamored of his own ability to shout at crowds.
Trying to be genuinely helpful:
Sounds pretty emotional. Maybe was intended somewhat humorously but humor on the internet (especially in a forum) is tough to pull off. Three question marks expresses strong emotion. Strong emotion is the opposite of critical thinking and logic. Emotion is (in part) actually a form of memory. People with strong feelings are better at making snap judgments. People who lack that have to actively work at making a decision because they don't have some "gut feeling" to go by. When you emote strongly in a public discussion, you actively promote other people not thinking and, instead, just reacting. So there are valid reasons why that is something not very welcome here.
I'm someone who tends to strongly emote and I sometimes make remarks that get downvoted in part because of that. That kind of expression has its place. But it's so socially disruptive that there is good reason to discourage it in a public discussion and even more reason to discourage it in a public discussion where the goal is critical thinking and logical exchange of ideas.
In other words, say what you will, but don't get carried away.
Let me rephrase that. Is the number of question marks really relevant to the point one is trying to make???
edit: Downvoted. I guess I don't have to keep arguing my point. :-)
I downvoted you because this makes no sense:
I want to make it really clear that what I say is just my the way I see it.
1) If you are honestly going for clarity, then 90% of the words you use in your comments aren't helping.
2) "It's PG's house. You may not like to wear pants, but if PG feels that people should wear pants when over for dinner, you wear pants"
3) It's just a stupid downvote.