Zack Morris, what got you in trouble in the first place on this thread was a common mistake of people who are just-barely-past-beginner-but-not-yet-really-accomplished, who have made at least a modest degree of progress and now think they know it all: you spoke in an "absolute" about something that many advanced trainees know is not true.
You do not HAVE to exercise every day to lose weight, and in fact, as many of us have stated here, moving more without fixing the diet is a significantly inferior approach to a well-structured diet with 3-4 days per week of training. I happen to like working out (lifting or running) every day, but I am under no delusion that it is an absolute necessity for progress; one look at flipcollar, who is both stronger and leaner than me, should settle that.
There would be no need to "discredit" or "disrespect" anyone if you weren't telling people who are all bigger, stronger, and leaner than you how it works. Again, this happens every day on forums everywhere: some Johnny-Come-Lately who's had a small modicum of success is the newest expert who can't wait to share how they lost a few pounds.
There's a reason most of the suggestions are inside that box: it works.
Stop trying to be right. Stop playing the "Lol!" card when you get called out. Stick around the forums, listen, ask questions, and start dispensing advice when you've actually made sufficient progress to warrant listening to. Telling other people who have advanced significantly beyond your current level what's what is really never going to end well, and reading this thread from the outside, you look like an idiot.