I sense an egotism at work here that is a little annoying. Liked it at first, but you seem to be fixated on clever reasons not to read people`s manuscripts. I like the kind of agent who enjoys the slush pile, who is willing to read the first few pages of any mss. as long as it is well written. I would go so far as to posit that you get too many queries, probably because of your blog and no longer enjoy reading in and of itself. Insta-reject is a dangerous habit. But if you make a decent living, then I suppose we should be grateful you read queries at all.
If you read just that one post, ok, it's a fair assessment. The tone of the post can be interpreted as "I'm damn annoyed with queriers right now." I was. It's really really frustrating sometimes to work HARD to get information out to writers about how to write queries, and get 11 letters in 50 that don't even tell me what the novel is about.
But, if you've read this blog and Queryshark over time, I hope you understand why this comment annoyed me probably as much as the post annoyed the commenter. Context is everything.
If you really think I don't enjoy reading, or get too many queries, or do instant rejections (for anything other than these), you are wrong.
I don't expect you to be grateful. I'm annoyed you think saying "we should be grateful" is a compliment. I don't want you to be grateful I read your queries. It's my job, and it's in my best interest. I NEED good queries to make a living. Fuck grateful; write better queries.