Obverse: It's a long story. Reverse: The short form is that your sentence structure, combined with the general absence of more particular detail and insight, makes your posts stand out as unusual. As Dave said↑, a lot of words with very little content. The absolute miss in #20↑, for instance, only reinforces the point. An actual counterpoint, though, would be that you are, quite simply, overdoing it; in the history of this site, we've seen many stylistic wrecks, and what separates your posts from previous episodes of someone trying too hard really is in your sentence structure. And while you're not achieving zero-voice or voice form nowhere, the effort to remain somehow distal lends to people's perception of artifice. Many of those who were simply trying too hard were doing so because they didn't want to come right out and say something. In that context, "the splitting hairs and enough is enough mentality" presents a fascinating question: What does that even mean? And the sentence on "due lamentation" is either weirdly irrelevant, or else there is a publishable book's worth of material in explaining what that two-sentence post means. Seeking to craft a sort of historical assertion that can never be proven wrong, one is at least as likely to not be correct. If "guess the splitting hairs and enough is enough mentality" stopped the Holocaust, we might wonder what that means, and it is important to observe that leaving the reader to imagine your meaning, to think on your behalf, tends to only complicate and obscure whatever it is you actually mean.