No your not rude but I have had everyone I know look at these forks. They have done this since the first month I have had it. I have replaced all the other parts, no nicks in the tubes, they just leak after every 4-6 rides depending on the track conditions. I have tried every seal, oil and trick out there along with everyone else that have worked on them they just leak.
You are definately not alone. I ride an '07 YZF and have come to accept regular seal replacement as a way of life. 4-6 good rides sounds about right. Like you I inspect my tubes for nicks but also after a day at the track I wash my bike and hand dry my tubes to eliminate water spots. Over the years I've been riding I've been through all of the maintainance rituals like cleaning the wipers and pacing with grease, cleaning without packing with grease' cleaning between leaky seals with scraping device, trying numerous brands of seals etc. In the end the result remains the same. Although the OEM KYB
's always work best for me. I don't know where you ride but I ride in a mixture of clay and loam. The loam is wet and sticky and no mater what will always find it's way up there. Wet cly can be just as bad. I don't have the energy to fight the inevitable so I end up taking my forks apart often, wich is O.K. with me. Also someone mentioned fork savers. I think there's an intended maintainance/cleaning routine for those too.