I find it interesting that those of us who say 'yes' mainly (there are exceptions) don't appear to feel the need to slag-off the sartorial choices of the 'no' side, but some of those who say 'no' consider themselves free to mock, directly or indirectly (as you do above), those of us on the 'yes' side.
Why is that, I wonder? Reverse snobbery? Insecurity? Shares in a 'cycling clothing that doesn't look like cycling clothing' company? Reminds me of Grant Petersen in full pot-stirring mode in Just Ride.
Oh well! For the record, "I don't have a road bike or pretend to be a roadie" either, but I also don't feel a neurotic compulsion to try not to 'look' like a roadie. I 'just ride' in what I find comfortable, as do you apparently.