I am not sure if the feeling is even rational, you know. It's like with Apple fanboys: it's not that they like iPhones because of features.
I mean, I like my iPhone because of the look, feel and OS. It's an iPhone X from 9/2017 and I don't have any expectations of replacing it any time soon, so I guess it could be argued that this isn't a great example as I'm not a "fanboy", but still :P
They worship $1000 monitor stands just because they have the Apple logo.
I don't think many if any people were especially excited by the $1,000 price tag of the stand; the reaction was pretty universally disgust. It's a bit disingenuous to claim they all worship the stand simply because it exists :P
Im just kinda misojsist, I think.
I appreciated this XD
I personally appreciate most of ES6 JS although I could name any number of things about any version before that which I hate (including the whole language). One thing that comes to mind I don't like is the oddity of things like converting to and from a char code.
Going from a string to a character code? Sure,
char.charCodeAt(). Simple, if a bit verbose.
Want to get a string from a char code? Oh okay!
Incredibly stupid and unintuitive, and a pain to remember.