Okay, let's ramble.
First, you appear to have your definitions confused. 'Weak' does not equal 'tight'. How you can characterise someone who consistently makes mathematically correct plays as 'weak', I don't really know. Sure, a good LAG can make more money than an equivalently good TAG in most cases, but this doesn't make the TAG, who is playing profitably, 'weak'.
Second, a lot of this is an issue of context. If someone makes a play that isn't the norm and posts about it, I want to know why they were doing what they were doing. If someone limps UTG with 96s, I would want to know why, and if the poster doesn't explain why I'm going to call them on it and at least ask for an explanation or suchlike.
What happens most of the time though is someone will just post a hand with maybe a sentence of irrelevant stuff and leave it at that. Considering they haven't attempted to provide any reasoning for the abnormal play, I and others can only asssume that the poster considers their play to be sound. When someone posts a 96s UTG limp hand, doesn't explain why they limped UTG with it, and doesn't even ask for opinions on preflop play because he's too concerned with "Should I call this river bet?" or whatever, it's pretty worrying.
Originally Posted by mischman
I think to many people(including me) tend to act TAG on replys, if that makes sense. I dont get when someone posts a 5c10c ring hand and someone limps and then Hero limps with like q8 or 64, who cares? Everyone every now and then gets dealt a hand and wants to take a flop.
If someone wants to see a *cheap* flop, do it. Here you will get a bunch of 'why did you call PF? replys.
The problem is again that in most cases there's no justification or reasoning behind it. If you ever decide to take a certain course of action in poker simply because you're 'bored' or you 'want to take a flop', well, do I need to say it's not exactly a profitable and effective way of thinking?
I guess what I'm getting at is that in order for HA hands to avoid going down the obvious route, more detail is needed in a lot of the threads here. If you don't want a lecture on not limping 96s preflop and you're posting a hand in which you limped 96s preflop, either justify it (well, try to ^^) or admit to your error in the OP and ward the future conversation away from it.