Personally, I got it correct - WAG.
My feelings are:
When I submit a question, it is my responsibility to ensure that the question is phrased in such a manner that the point of the question is understood. It is my responsibility to ensure the supporting documentation reflects that as well. (Personally, I think that if the only place you are looking for the answer is BOL, then you have a very limited basis for your reading enjoyment.)
When I answer the question, it is my responsibility to pass on any additional knowledge I may have aquired in helping the person who posted the question understand why they may be wrong. It is not to bully them or everyone else to seeing it my way. Frequently, I learn something more myself.
IMHO, Steve Jones job is simply to review the question to make sure that it is formated properly. I do not believe it to be his responsibility to make sure that the poster is correct. They should be the subject expert in their question.
Otherwise, we could add Microsoft for their problems in BOL or the writer of any material used, the editor of said material, the publisher of said material, etc. Now it is everyone elses fault, and I bear no responsibility and my world is perfect - except when I want to utilize some of this faulty documentation and then I am on here throwing a fit because all of these other people are wrong.
Just my rantings - but it seems to happen so often lately.
“If we ever forget that we are One Nation Under God, then we will be a Nation gone under." - Ronald Reagan