If you are "becoming" a nuisance due to you posting in a manner which is under your control, then you have the means to stop "becoming a nuisance".
Sometimes new people, young people, or new young people are tripped up by their own enthusiasm. In being anxious to learn and/or have your questions answered, you have a narrow view and can't or won't see the big picture. Maturity, initiative and the ability to follow instructions are all traits that make good soldiers. Reckless enthusiasm is not desirable, however.
Slow down, re-read (and understand) the FAQ's found here: http://forums.army.ca/forums/index.php/topic,41136.0.html
Conduct guidelines are here: http://forums.army.ca/forums/index.php/topic,24937.0.html
With literally thousands of members and several years in existence, there are not many questions this board hasn't seen, and answered. Read, read, read and then read some more. Talk to Recruiters who are the only reliable source to provide current answers your specific questions.
If that is too hard, too slow or too onerous - then extreme temperatures, enemy fire, hundreds of hours on the parade square, and a career laden with monotonous but important tasks - probably aren't for you either.