--beginning to look like any argument to me; having your syntax taken apart word-by-word doesn't convey any sense of of any specific argument/opinion or viewpoint..
Essentially, no regular home user, which acts mainly as a client is likely to be that much affected by any BUGS in something such as the BASH shell (sh, being only the generic term for shell: aka command line)
- The most generic sense of the term shell means any program that users employ to type commands. A shell hides the details of the underlying operating system and manages the technical details of the operating system kernel interface, which is the lowest-level, or "inner-most" component of most operating systems.
--however the shellshock routines required a specific setup against the target (computer/system), that isn't a likely possibility except for publicly provided servers..
The truth is that the shellshock issue is an example of a Tempest in a teapot
--highly over-hyped by some internet/other interests (consultants) that wish to convey a particular view of Linux and OSS systems
Possibly I am getting too paranoid about that, and perhaps those reviewers/consultants are simply expressing their honest opinions
- I am not in the least bit worried about SHELLSHOCK issues or problems..