Point taken. I love the discussion and want it! I just don't want the whole basis of arguments against me being that it is early, something I stated already. It's an excuse, that's all it is. Saying that it is early and a lot of things can happen is an excuse. If you go into a bar and order a basket of fries and an hour later you are still waiting for your fries. You might ask your waitress where your fries are, right? Is she going to tell you, well sir, it's only been an hour, can you wait longer? No, she is going to tell you she will find out and get you those fries ASAP.
Saying it is too early is not an excuse - it is a valid statement that many (including myself) believe is true. When you open a thread for discussion, you don't get to decide up front which rebuttals are valid and which are not.
And as far as the french fry analogy, I'll propose this:
A person goes to a basketball game, filled with high hopes and expectations. Four minutes into the first quarter the home team is down 8-2 after a slow start. The persons gets disgusted, decides the home team is just not trying and that the game is lost, and walks out. Reasonable?