That's fine, I think we are talking about different markets, as well as quality of work. I am really aiming my comments at the "happy snapper" or perhaps enthusiastic amateur who may nevertheless have a few interesting shots in the drawer worth sharing, but who does not have pretensions to particular photographic excellence (speaking for myself at least).
Even if the above does not apply, one can release low resolution copies of images free to the web and keep back the high resolution versions for commercial use if that is a preferred option.
But your viewpoint is certainly valid for someone who takes a lot of care over their work and what happens to it.
Regards - Tony