I'm reminded of two things-- an old joke, and an old saying. First, the joke:
A man was sitting on the roof of his house after a massive flood. A deeply devout Christian, he put his faith in the Lord to provide for his rescue. After about an hour of sitting on his roof, a boat came by. When the crew told him to hop in, the man said, "No thank you, God will save me."
A few hours later, another boat came by. Again, the man denied their offer of rescue, saying "No thank you, God will save me."
Just before nightfall, a helicopter came to rescue the man. "No thank you!" shouted the man to the helicopter crew. "God will save me!"
During the night, the floodwaters rose even higher, and the man drowned while sleeping on his roof.
When he got to heaven, St. Peter arranged for the man's meeting with God.
"God," said the man, "I was ever faithful to you, and yet you did not save me from the waters. Why?"
The Lord chuckled and said, "I sent two boats and helicopter. What more do you want?"
The old saying: "You can't help someone who won't help themselves."
If you're a designer, you might know what's best. That said, the client is the one paying your salary. "The customer is always right."
What you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.