Prowler, perhaps you should see a therapist about bridging the gap between the extremes of your either utterly condescending attitude and that of your bragging.
Your posts aren't actually any worse than friends talking shit back and forth about records, everyone says this or that sucks etc. about lots of stuff, but you know, give it a rest with the constant price comparisons and always acting the authority on quality. There are records I have which I sometimes wonder why I bought, Salem's Wych is one actually; musically it's nothing special to me save for two tracks, but I don't bother trying to judge everyone else about it every time I see a photo of the record, because having a record obviously isn't just about every track being excellent, there are many factors which contribute to the charm, and sometimes we want things regardless of whether they are more objectively good or not. Lester Maddox: Wonderful cover art, that there is enough reason for anyone to want it, which is, as any comments on the music itself, purely subjective opinion, and people shouldn't even be scared of being open about their thoughts on these subjects, we don't have to constantly fear hurting other people's feelings, yet what we do need to learn in order to function in any social group, is to tone it down and moderate at times.
If as you say you are posting less than half the amount of records you actually buy each month, then you are very well off, whether you buy a lot of cheap things or not you have a lot of money to spend. People spend their money on whatever they want, and I personally, being unemployed at the moment, can't help but cringe at anyone trying to brag about how much money they have to spend - in fact, being unburdened by finances in the process of choosing which records to acquire, is fundamentally pretty "un-metal" to me