Enough. I'd as soon wrassle with a pig or argue systemd.
I don't "go to" Stack Overflow these days, it comes up on Google searches when I have specific problems to solve or research to do. As a research tool, like I said, it sucks.
I don't expect to just randomly land on the site and be put off. For specific answers, often - but not always - I get usable results. What puts me off in many cases, however, it how much of the conversation is done in the exact same tone of voice you're using. It's purely defensive and does nothing to improve things.
And, in response to Dog-Cow, I'm NOT the question author. If I don't get my answer there, my research skills are good enough to look up elsewhere. It's just that if I see a question on Stack Overflow and I chase the link, I get peeved when the link proves to be nothing but a question with justifications as to why it isn't worth answering and thus I've wasted my time.