Definitely not cool zapper/offnote/delirium. Your dislike of jazz and jealousy of people that play it well have long been in evidence from your offhand and immature posts here and on the KC forum.
Not sure if the "your dislike of jazz" comment was directed at me, but if so, it's totally off base and complete nonsense.
If I may take the liberty . . .
Like so many of us writing in this less-rigorus medium, Dave left out a little punctuation detail - a couple of commas, indicating direct address:
Definitely not cool [ , ]zapper [ , ]/offnote/delirium.
Equally, I believe Dave Ferris' paraphrase of Louis Armstrong was intended to be more off-hand, and even self-evident, than "incredibly rude". Many of us who play, and enjoy listening to jazz, simply take-for-granted that there is an incredibly large number of instrumental combinations that work well in the medium - from solo guitar at one extreme, to big band and jazz orchestras at the other. (Not really any different than the classical/serious genre.) While most of us have our favorite ensemble combinations, I believe very few would think of an upright bass and drums "getting in the way of" a good piano player. The solo, the trio, the sextet, and the big band are simply different means of expression.
I once asked a stride pianist(whose name I can't remember but he has been playing at an atrium on East 53rd street for many years) . . .
That would be THE Atrium
, by the way.