i totally figured out c0ps anger. were you the n00b that you were posting about that upgraded from a d40 to a d90 because you were aggravated about not being able to take good photos? are you just angry that you took another n00b's bad advice? lol i'm joking of course. this thread has come up with a lot of good issues about photography and criticisms. i think any form of criticism, whether it be "pro" or not is beneficial in some manner.
easter egg hunts are fun
but my sister finds too many!!
To the OP: your argument is bogus. Simply put, if your photo doesn't appeal to non-photographers or newbie photographers, it has failed.
Let me put it this way: if a pilot consistently crashes a plane every time he attempts to land, I don't need to be a pilot myself to observe that he is a bad pilot (or at least that he does a poor job of landing). Likewise, if your photos consistently fail to inspire, one needn't be a photographer to observe that you have great room for improvement.