You seem to be very defensive of your... something... and that's fine by me.
Sorry, didn't look at your join date... but since your first two posts in 5 years were the same question in separate threads = NEW to posting in the forum.
Not my intention to be mean to you (as I stated, though my own double post was intended as a bit of a tongue in cheek jab...), but by your implication that I'm an idiot you don't want to talk to, it seems you have become offended anyway. I think you also may have implied that people who post in the forum aren't good at listening (which must mean you are a great listener, I'm sure the ladies appreciate that).
I'm willing to start new if you are, I do admit I came across a bit short with you before. Here's what I would like to replace my initial response with:
"Hi, I see you have been a BN listener for a long time, but that this is your first post in the forums. Welcome, I'm sure the community looks forward to a long and happy relationship in which we can exchange ideas, opinions and good laughs and stories about beer and brewing. If I may make a suggestion, in the future when asking a question, it is sufficient to start only one thread and post your question there. Creating multiple threads on the same question tends to clutter things up and is generally considered to not be a good practice. Unfortunately, I was not able to listen live, and missed the show in question. Unless another forum member did catch the recipe and write it down, I'll be in the same boat as you, waiting for the archive to post so I can listen to the show. Cheers, good sir!"
Cheers Spiderwrangler, seriously funny and spot on.