I don't understand how you can go from a factual correction -- i.e., you're anecdotal evidence was wrong so I corrected you -- to "It's never, "ok, indeed, we have too many regressions, let's fix that", but always "system Windows/OS X is at least as bad"
There's no hint in what I said of that: there's no hint of me excusing bugs in Linux, no hint of "they are broken, so it doesn't matter we are broken as well". Of course we have to fix issues and make Linux the best user environment there is.
Sure, Windows 7 is a ghastly mess and Windows 8 will be worse, and OS X is broken in many ways -- but while that's a fact, it's a fact that is completely irrelevant for whether the Linux desktop is perfect. It ain't, but lots of people are working really hard in many ways to get there.
The mindset that _I_ object too, strongly, is the parrot-talk about how linux will never succeed. We succeed, we are succeeding, and it will only get better. As long as people work on it, instead of sitting down and claiming it's a lost cause, let's give up.