I think I asked a question once (dough-related, Peter got it)... long after I had read and understood everything I could, and made many attempts, and tried to understand the results in terms of what I had learned from reading about other people's experiences. I posted about those attempts, and the feedback was always encouraging and helpful in tweaking my further efforts.
No one likes a selfish person, and how selfish do you have to be to treat this forum as if it were a drive-thru window? I bet the ones who had simplistic questions, showing their lack of effort, that got answered, never reached success and gave up. Maybe they were too embarrassed to post their fails, and invite comment.
Making pizza can be a humbling experience. I've eaten many a humble pie while looking at pictures of Omid's, Craig's, Chau's, et al. But never once did I feel I should give up.
Perhaps a general introduction page for those coming to the forum who are not yet registered, along the lines of a welcome, warning and how-to is in order. If you're already registered, you get to skip it.