when I asked you if you had pics of fast moving fish at 1/15th to 1/60th
Not true. When I responded with "Plenty!" it was to the question:
Anyway how many pictures do you have of moving animals at 1/60 are tack sharp?
As you can see from above, the question did not mention the slower speed of 1/15 or the word "fast". Therefore, when you later made the request:
can I see some of your pics of fast moving fish at let's say 1/15th to 1/60th sounds like shutter speed means very little.
and I responded by saying:
I don't have any images showing that shutter speed means very little.
I was completely consistent with what I'd said all along.
May be you'd misinterpreted my answer "Plenty!" to mean the claim "shutter speed means very little". Thus, you wanted pictures for proof. I can't give you any because I'd never made that claim. But in response, you complained. That means you were trying to hold me responsible for the claim that you yourself made up. Point one.
Point two, in response to my answer "Plenty!", you wrote:
Not to say you can't get sharp images at 1/60
That means you were interpreting my answer "Plenty!" to mean plenty of images at the shutter speed of 1/60.
But when you asked to see images to prove your made-up claim of "shutter speed means very little", you imposed additional stringent conditions (the slower shutter speed of 1/15 and the qualification of "fast"). In my response, I did not call attention to your added conditions. I just let them passed, focusing on the original shutter speed of 1/60. Now you insist by repeating those additional conditions which were not in the original discussion. What games are you trying to play?
Anyway, two suggestions for you:
First, when you complain about people's response to what you had written, remember to quote your original text. Do not try to rewrite your past as you have tried to do here. If you are going to hold others responsible for their action, hold yourself responsible for your own action first!
Second, learn to take responsibility for your own interpretation. I've never said that "shutter speed means very little". It is your own interpretation. Rather than taking your interpretation as the reality out there, seek confirmation that the interpretation (in your own mind) is in fact a truthful representation of the reality (outside of your mind). You can ask, for example, "Are you saying that shutter speed means very little?" But that is assuming you are not playing games. What game?
There is the game that some people play by intentionally misinterpreting what others had said and then try to hold them responsible for the misinterpretation. I give you the benefit of a doubt and won't speculate on your intent. I hope you have enough integrity to stay away from such game of deceit. Reach your hand over to your back and see whether you can find yourself a spine.
Point I'm making most don't get that into all the technical aspects and they're dealing with the three basics (Aperture, SS and ISO). They're are many more 'keepers' at 1/200 then there are at 1/60 or less.
No one disputed the general observation that a higher shutter speed tends to yield more keepers.