Don't you love to post a question on OC.net, a Internet forum for Christian discussion, just to be told you shouldn't be posting questions about the Christian life on the Internet? How perfect!!!
You know what is ironic? Starting a thread with a post like this, whilst having the following quote in your sig:
"Disputes merely about words must not be suffered to divide those who think alike.
St. Athansius the Great"
Now, to your actual beef: if I were you, I would be insulted if someone didn't
make the point that seems to have drawn your disapproval. You theoretically want people to give you complete and honest and accurate answers to your questions - unless, of course, you only post questions that you want a certain type of answer for; in that case, you should just post them on Facebook, since in that venue you can delete comments you don't like. In that thread that you're ostensibly complaining about, not only did people answer your questions, and answer them before the post-in-question, but your question was also given a bit of context: mid-hours are usually done in monasteries, but not too many of them. Not only that, but the discussion was allowed to continue, even though the dissenting voice in the thread was none other than that section's moderator - it was not lost on him that your question had been answered, but he felt it necessary, as someone who has formal education regarding the Church's worship cycle and life, to give you the pointers that he gave you.
No one has stopped you from complaining - and no one will, unless you begin complaining about a formal moderatorial decision publicly. But your premise - that somehow there is a disconnect between the forum's purpose and how certain topics have been treated - seems to be a bit under-supported (unsupported, IMO) by the evidence.