Look, if somebody says they don't enjoy digital or prefer working with their hands, that's indisputable: de gustibus non disputatum est = "There is no disputing personal taste". That's fine. I like working with my hands as well as the other way. I understand.
However, when somebody equates digital photography to "microwaved frozen food" (compared to a home/chef cooked meal), that's a very disputable metaphor. The intent of the person making that metaphor is to disrespect digital practitioners by its emphasis on supposed lack of skill and lack of work (let alone lack of taste).
If that is not their intent, then they need another metaphor, or they need to put it in personal terms. For example, if they wrote "I have never been able to make a digital photo that satisfied me as much as a home cooked meal; my digital photos in comparison to my silver gelatin work seem like microwaved frozen food", then there would be no disputing it. That personal experience and those sentiments are entirely understandable. It is also respectable that somebody might decide not to devote the time it takes to become skilled in digital (yes, it actually does take time).
Disrespecting people who have chosen digital but are curious about film or who enjoy both is just as abhorrent as the people in some digital forums who call film practitioners "dinosaurs" and "unable to learn" and "stinky old farts".
Remember, this thread started because people here on APUG objected to somebody writing the phrase "defunct film technology". It's quite a spectacle to see APUG members behaving that same way with respect to digital technology.
Think of people coming here with the intent of learning about analogue photography as foreigners. Welcome them. Don't disrespect their country and their quaint customs and culture. Don't tell them a few days before July 4th Independence Day that they don't have a real country and they should be colonized by the 'painter country'. Those who are true teachers deep down and really want to help them learn won't tell them that they have no taste and their food is like cardboard.