I stand by what I wrote. ...and as Paul stated - the right tool. The engine was gonna melt so AS DESIGNED it shut down.
How is that design benefit somehow selectively a fault. His use might be heavier than yours.
Hence my “whining” comment.
If you insist on a car metaphor, if the engine melts because you've left the headlights on I don't think the problem is with the headlights... I'd say there's a design flaw there especially from something so commonplace.
It doesn't help anyone to say how foolish the person is being because they're expecting to do something relatively simple (like running modelling lights) and nor do I think buying the most expensive monoblock or moving to a full blown pack and head system is an especially great option when there's cheaper alternatives which can manage such a simple task.
All of that can be achieved without heckling someone and neither of you pause to consider questions like is too powerful a modelling bulb being used? Why isn't the active cooling system sufficient for the task? Those seem like reasonable things to ask before mocking someone.