I don't judge them either, they're free to do whatever they want. But when I make time out of my busy schedule to stay up late after a long day of work to actually play in paper, and I sit across from someone whose goal it is to make sure I have the worst experience possible, I tend not to enjoy myself. Especially when that time is limited to maybe 4-5 rounds every 2-3 weeks. At least once in the past, when I knew someone's deck, I have simply signed the slip and walked away to play Commander for 49 minutes. It's just not worth wasting my time over a miserable experience, that I'm probably not going to win, when it's supposed to be fun and enjoyable.
Not playing in paper is probably why I've been having the best time I've had in Modern for YEARS lately. Not just because of the Hogaak and Looting ban, but because I'm playing online and in the casual rooms. I am not paying any money to enter, and I can right click → concede at any point to move on to the next match. Plus, once I stopped wasting my time with terrible Stoneforge piles and instead played super fun piles like Esper Mentor/Unearth (currently with 8x main deck discard, LotV, T3feri, and Meddling Mage), I've been having an amazing time.
New Paradoxical Outcome deck looks like another miserable pile of "do nothing then win" that epitomizes, in my view, the worst of the format. A fun deck to solitaire, and an utter annoyance to any opponent. I can't wait to insta-concede to that one too! Along with most of the other Opal and Stirrings decks, now that Looting is gone!