To be honest, I didn't watch the video, but then again you're admitting to pulling a tl:dr yourself, so there you go.
It's strange that you respond to what you perceive as insulting and hurtful remarks in kind. You believe that I'm "attacking" Ms. Earhart and her family (how exactly can one attack a person whom one has had zero interaction with?), and you believe the appropriate response is to therefor (actively and personally) attack me? Do you not realize the hypocrisy?
As I've admitted, I'm making some strong and unpleasant assumptions - but they're born out of what I believe to be a rational basis founded in the limited evidence I have at hand. Are they "insulting" and "hurtful"? Clearly to you they are, but innately, in and of themselves?
The reality of manipulative parents exploiting their children is undeniable fact. To suspect the behavior when one sees evidence of it isn't cruel or malicious, it's merely pragmatic and realistic. True, my evidence is extremely limited, and my personal biases distort my perceptions, but I admit to those limitations and am prepared to change my assumptions based on new information. What about that is insulting or hurtful?
If we are to posit that the only point of contention as to whether a comment is insulting or hurtful is if someone, somewhere might be insulted or hurt by it, then all of human speech is insulting and hurtful.
Humans are irrational creatures perfectly capable of being insulted and hurt by anything and everything, including the very facts of reality itself. Consequently, it would be patently absurd to censure every unpleasant thought or assumption merely because it is unpleasant. Faulting me for drawing unpleasant conclusions is therefor ludicrous.
Where you see "accomplishment" and "adventure", I see something else entirely. Yet somehow, despite the fact that you and I disagree, only one of us is calling the other "pathetic", "despicable", "pitiable", "loathsome", and the like. Why is it I can accept that your perceptions are different than mine without having to resort to villification and character assassination?
Put more simply, why does it bother you so much what I think or say? I could be entirely wrong on this. If you feel I am in error, fine - logically critique my statements, point out the fallacies in my argumentation, put forth the effort to debate with me - don't simply resort to petty mudslinging and flat dismissals.