Bob's characterization of stir-fry as a cooking method for kids who can't cook is, I must admit, terribly offensive. Reading it, I began to feel nauseous and had to leave the room for fear of fainting. Having calmed down and regained my grip on consciousness, I feel obligated to defend stir-frying.
Stir-fry is a damn tough cooking form to master, though one with few entry barriers for beginners. That, in fact, is part of its great appeal. Most people can use it to make something taste fine, but the well-trained can emerge with transcendent creation. Now, I'm something of a badass with a wok, so I might be biased. But Bob should really be more careful about slandering stir-fry's good name, lest he incur the wrath of WOK MAN.
Update: Added the end of the post. Sorry bout that.