Yes, I was trying to be funny... but
I fly frequently (3-10x a month)
I have 2,000 hours of tailwheel time
I hit a taxi light (10+ years ago)
I hit two stakes at airshows (10+ years ago)
I came gnats-*** close to flipped my RV-4 over trying to turn around on a very windy day a couple years ago.
I've never had a ground loop or a flip over.
I've damaged an aircraft (other than the prop) as pilot.
With lots of hours in all kinds of airplanes, trikes are just simpler and just handle more predictably and better in all conditions. If that wasn't the case why aren't there any factory new aircraft tailwheel? Why aren't 787's tailwheel? Why is the RV community the last holdout of tricycle gear deniers?
It's just another opinion... ban the tailwheel... now, that is a joke
I guess what's going through my head is this... an older pilot I respect deeply once told me, I'd never fly a tailwheel again if it wasn't how the bird was parked there. Flying is risky enough, why add to it?!