I have to agree with Kostya.
Most of the time the posters on this Forum, for whatever reason, behave less than in an Orthodox manner. We jump at the chance to correct, ridicule and point out each others' iniquities and shortcomings...and we rejoice when we succeed at proving we are smarter or better.
Instead of using this site to better our knowledge of the Church, to grow closer to God through fellowship....we focus on our differences. Instead of nurturing and understanding each other, we love to cause strife.
We divide ourselves on Faith - he's too Orthodox (really?), she's not Orthodox enough....she's a newby...wet behind the ears from baptism, so who is she to dictate to us....he's too old and rigid...set in his ways. Really, folks? What about nurturing the newly baptized and gently leading them on their way...with an arm around their shoulders to make sure their roots grow strong in the Faith?
Sure....there's always room for fun. There ought to be lighthearted threads, jokes and laughter....but, some things ought to be taken seriously.
We need to find a happy medium...there's room for silliness and seriousness.
Our Faith is filled with joy and we should display and exude that joy from our very pores...and stop humiliating others. Sew peace, not discord.