Before I bought the MacBook Air, I joined this forum to research it. See what others had to say about it, ask questions, etc. So, naturally I ended up visiting the MBA threads compulsively and habitually. I don't usually leave said thread. I just answer questions, help troubleshoot, tell people to stop arguing about RAM, etc. Then, when MacRumors posted about the Apple Watch and its battery life expectancy, I decided to post. Most of the people in the MBA threads are pretty harmless. Some of them are... dare I say it, bad apples? But it's generally not a toxic atmosphere. I posted something along the lines of: Man, I think battery life quote sucks. They should have done something better. It would be cool if they had a means to recharge the device on the go... like shake to charge! Oh boy. I have 17 replies. To clarify, when I mentioned that 'shake to charge', I wasn't suggesting that they start making people shake their arms just to charge up the watch. I was saying, that was something they did, and it was smart and I thought maybe it would be cool if Apple did something LIKE that. So, what did people say to me? - Jokes about shaking wrist under table in public being a bad idea - Jokes about Tim Cook furiously shaking his wrist on stage - People telling me that Apple is smart, but they can't change physics ROFL - It's simple physics, you dumb - Apple is perfect and I'm just a dumb idiot who doesn't know as much as Apple so I should keep my mouth shut Sheesh. Is that MacRumors? Because this is a side of MacRumors I do not like. I'm almost certain to face backlash on this post, but I'm really hoping that some people can assure me that maybe those were just 'Front Page posters' who notoriously scan for anti-Apple and must all gang up on said person and tell them how inferior and stupid they are, and mock them. Also, as an aside, how is 5 hours of battery life good?