To the fellows who daven in the shul close to my house...
Yes, I know that you are all learned yidden who follow halacha meticulously, wear proper hats and jackets during davening and could easily quote gemarahs, rishonim and achronim that I've never heard of. I fully acknowledge that I am a literal midget compared to the lot of you in terms of personal piety, fear of Heaven and Torah knowledge.
As such, I understand that even though I think you're doing wrong that there must be an actual heter for all the talking that goes on in shul during davening. There must be some obscure opinion that I am not aware of that allows you to talk during daven and even learning. I also know that being the giants of Torah and Yahadus that you are (compared to me), my tefillah is completely and utterly unimportant compared to your talking (doesn't Rashi say that even the simple talking of tzadikim is precious to HaShem?) is far more important than my davening. God probably doesn't really want to hear from a rasha like me (what else would you call someone who is chosed b'k'shairin of his tzadikim), so it's probably better that I can't concentrate on my tefillos anyway.
I also realize that it's highly hypocritical of me to even consider taking you to task for this. After all, although I am very makpid on talking during davening, I often disturb everyone by talking during laining. Yes, I know that talking during laining is assur, but I'm curious how you would know about my actions in this regard, since none of you daven in the shul that I usually daven in when there is laining?
So, I thank you all very much for protecting HaShem from the tefillos of this lowlife and for educating me that there is a heter to talk during davening. Don't worry... I won't make use of this heter until I find it myself. But at least you've spurred me on to a quest of learning to find it.