A prime example of putting the human super-powers of misinterpretation to good use:
"but you just complained that people on the internet are not giving you enough credit."
not enough credit for subtlety.
That's a difference that's not subtle.
And he didn't complain. It was a neutral statement.
I think I understood what he said; I think I understood his brain state. I think you didn't; I think you made an unsubtle, additive interpretation of it instead of seeing it as it is.