Yes, actually, that is ironic that one of the sites that I mentioned is actually maintained by Moshu. I'd say "small internet", but that doesn't have the same effect as saying "small world". :-)
However, I was fairly disappointed by Moshu's earlier response, regardless if he/she eventually created a work-around that I personally find useful (BTW, thanks Moshu).
The issue that Ganzua was experiencing could have been resolved four months ago by providing Kafkaesqui's answer (which is a year old), instead of the response he/she provided. Understandably, I'm sure the WordPress forums are a huge database of information, but it never hurts to even suggest to look further instead of a snotty "No. Once you are told the template tag does NOT work in the setting you put it in (i.e. on Pages) - stop bumbing.".
In the end, this resulted in Ganzua losing some faith in the WordPress forums. While Ganzua is only one person, another major factor is word-of-mouth, which WordPress relies on for it's status as the best blogging tool available (which I still believe). But, as you can see from my original reply, a moderator's response didn't sit well with me and also prompted me to try harder to find an answer for Ganzua (and at the same time, fix an issue I was experiencing too as I didn't accept that this was impossible).
While I am thankful for the time that the WordPress moderators offer to assist those in need, at the same time, responses like the one Moshu originally provided don't properly represent the standard response one can expect from a question posted in the WordPress Forums, and that should be known, and perhaps, addressed.
Just my two cents, without a grudge, and a huge thank you to those who are responsible for WordPress and it's continued excellence.