Wolf, denial is not a place in Egypt, and there should not be many wolves there anyway. The truth hurts.
There is no truth. You made an assertion (that MO rabbis decide halacha at random) and provided no evidence to that assertion. When you provide some evidence to your baseless accusation, we'll begin to talk about whether or not I'm in denial.
In any event, apparently your mother never taught you proper manners. You see, when it's been pointed out that something you said is hurtful, the proper response is "I'm sorry" not "denial's not just a place in Egypt." Heck, I'm not even MO and I was really bothered by what you said. I can only imagine what the MO people on this board must be feeling about your callous remark.
But what the heck, let's take this all the way then. I have a hat full of piskei halacha here and I think I'll determine what I'm going to do by just picking them at random. After all, that's how you think the MO determine halacha anyway, right?
Well, here's one that says that I can cook on Shabbos. Oh, well, it's not Shabbos today, so I guess I can toss that one.
Here's one that says that I can eat treif today. Oh, goody. It just so happens that I have a coupon for McDonalds that I can use.
Here's another one that says that I have to shuckle precisely 73 times while davening Shmoneh Esrei this afternoon. I guess I'll have to follow that one since I pulled it out of the hat today.
Now for the last one...
... ok, this one says I have to kill myself today as a kapparah for violating an aveirah with a chiyuv of the death penalty. Well, I guess I'm off to do that too. I have to follow it, since I pulled it out of the "random piskei halacha hat."