Of course not. You're not making the point you think you are.
Some unsolicited advice: the reason I knew you were a solo has nothing to do with your reddit history. It has to do with your writing. No am law 100 or even 200 firm (or probably even a respectible small firm) is going to hire someone who is so heavy handed and simplistic with their writing. Your insults are obvious and childish and your reasoning attempts to be persuasive without backing. From the seat of the pants, as
Thurgood Marshall likely referenced.
Moreover, only a solo would defend criticism of such a poorly stated premise as being merely hypothetical. Anyone who practices any sort of law with any complexity would know that the exception to the "practical" often occurs. Especially when big boy money is involved. A good attorney hates being wrong yet is willing to admit and distinguish when they are.