Ming has given up, again, trying to figure out whatinthehell CN is so wound up about. For one thing, it would mean wading through more of the omndirectional anger/contempt, and for another it would mean another go at trying to work through what he tries to pass off as argument, which wouldn't be so bad except that there's so much of it and that it's too much work straining out all the ranting. About the only thing Ming can definitely pick out of all the goings-on is that everyone is supposed to hate WP in all respects, and even then Ming isn't sure whether this represents a genuine passion or just a pose for the sake of arguing.
Part of the reason Ming's thread is so long is that Graaf has to get his licks in too, and part is because this AndrewForson decided to get in on the act, at one point going through a classic Ming-V.-CN argument when the latter "corrected" Ming with a statement that was in fact untrue, and off it went, with AF saving Ming the trouble of having to make a series of rather Ming-like responses.
The truth is that Ming has no idea of why Ming was unaware of MEDCOM until this discussion came up--which is to some degree the point. Ming does not roam around WP once looking for things to complain about, other than clicking "random article" from time to time to see if something egregious turns up. No doubt CN is going to ding Ming for Ming's lack of curiosity, as he continues to accuse Ming of being a WP process-worshipper, but then its the invective that always seemed to Ming to be the point, not the content thereof.
Giving it up Ming, that is indeed the only right thing to do. Because you are a die hard Wikipedian who is playing a critic. And for sure you are a wiki sysop who is playing his dirty games with the others and I don't understand why you lie, because for the simple reason action speaks louder them words.