I'd really appreciate it if you could express your point of view in a way that didn't presume to know what I like or come off quite so personal and vitriolic.
You're wrong. I'm actually not a fan of Schumacher or Morrison (although I did like one plot device he used), I think the Silver Age IS pretty silly and I don't want the Silver Age back. At ALL. Nor 60s TV show Batman. I happen to think BtAS is brilliant.
That said, the movieverse is different from the comicsverse. Completely, and in many ways. And in the comicsverse, Batman is often surrounded by cadres of people, whether it's the JLA or the Outsiders, one or more of his 5 to 6 children (depending on how you count them), Alfred, Jim Gordon, some others I can't think of right now and the people he's inspired, like Babs.
So there's a difference in the stories and the way they are told: Comicverse and Movieverse.
Also, I'm sure you know this, but Robin isn't from the 60s TV show. He was created shortly after Batman was created. A year later, I think. I believe Batman is 70 and Robin is 69.
At any rate, I'd really appreciate it if you could be more civil in the voicing of your feelings and refrain from phrases like 'people like you', which, in my opinion, is rude.