@lajuice: I don't mind you being the most rude poster I have ever come across in these forum. Just go on, and see how much it helps you.
Some important information:
This is not a payed service. You don't pay, the helpers here don't get payed. We are here as volounteers, and you are asking, presumably politely.
There are very few moderators. Have you come across one?
If you get ignored, as you say, have you ever thougt about why that might be? Might try better, more detailed, description of your problem, and do some testing yourself, and report what you find. In that way your problem might seem more interesting and get more attention from those who can help. There are many.
It's very common that those with a symptom or observation of a problem think that when they see others apparently having they same symptom, they think it is the same basic problem. Rarely true, when the problem has been sorted out. Therefore you should stick to your own thread or threads, as long as you don't contribute.
But there are people in here looking for common trouble with WordPress core that might be fixed some time later. There are many millions of WordPress installs. A few with the same kind of trouble don't make it a fixable problem with WordPress itself. Most serious bugs are catched in a beta cycle (testing period).
Most problems are caused by:
1. A plugin doing something in a way it should not do it
2. The theme used, same as above
3. The server configuration
4. Browsers, old or misconfigured
Therefore it's very important to rule out all those surces of error before going in deeper. Most problems are solved without going deep.
My advice to you is to act on the suggestions you get, and try not to get emotional over some statements made, based on observations and experience. No one has been offensive to you!
This is not a battelefield or a crying corner. This is for support, and you get it.