Just a couple of observations, some of which have been made before:
1. Don't expect people to do everything for you. Half the fun is trying to find the answers for yourself. The other half is enlisting the aid of others to assist you in your search. The emphasis should be on assist....you can't offer to give someone a ride and then tell them to drive.
2. Don't be pushy. I, for one, have stopped reading your posts as much as I might have. Not because I don't like you or that I am picking on you, but simply because I felt that you were demanding me to do something. I have a huge number of demands on my time, so I don't like to feel obligated to help out when I am volunteering my time in the first place.
3. Nobody here hates you or even really dislikes you. Let's face it, we don't know you. We only know you through your posts. If they seem pushy, then we envision you to be pushy. If you troll, then people feel that you must be a troll (I'm not saying that you have been trolling, I'm just using it as an example), and thus, a bad person.
d, I like you. Why? Because you are different from a lot of the people who post here on a regular basis. Different, in this case, is good. I ask you to forgive me if you feel that I have been rude. I ask you to forgive me for ignoring your posts. Acting this way is not compatible to the whole community ethos that has been and continues to be the hallmark of this forum.