I posted because when I ran across this post, I believe it was shallow and with out merit.
I do not know any of the people the OP is referring to, in fact I do not know the OP.
The posts that pop up about players to avoid are to vague and situational. One persons experience can and will vary from one another.
If you don't know any of the people involved, how can you call any of the people involved "wrong"? The saying goes, "There's three sides to every story: His side, her side, and what really happened." Without hearing from the other side, it would be impossible to make base accusations that the OP's story is entitely without merit purely on the speculation that you feel they are a drama queen. At least some of their story must have some morsel of truth to it, as I doubt someone would go through the time to make that long of a slanderous post for no reason. It's possible, but unlikely.
Furthermore, just because different people have different encounters with other people does not mean some of us still wouldn't want to hear about them. If some leathercrafter stole somerone's behemoth leather as pard of a conntracted duck synth and logged off, I'd want to know so I can avoid them. If someone has a habit of showing up to parties in no gear, I'd want to know so I can avoid them. If someone were to steal, say, a Cleric's Cap or a Shadow Mantle, I'd want to know so I can avoid them.
I will also admit that I don't know all of the players in the OP very well, although I have partied with some of them and have already drawn my own positive and negative conclusions on those I have met. However, unless any of the other people involved post to defend themselves, the only thing we have in this story is one person's side which statistics will say is usually between 5% and 95% accurate.