Maybe for treatment of a condition, that dosing would be fine in certain cases. Or for a person that has been chronically diet-deficient in EPA+DHA for a long time (maybe their whole life?). My fish oil pills at the office have 800 EPA+DHA per capsule, for me to take 11 of those a day would seem a bit much to do every day for the rest of my life.
For normal folks, that might be a bit much...depends on the person. Coagulation problems, depending on the person, could easily start in susceptible people.
I'd personally spend my money on a smaller amount of fish oil and the rest on other things that work along different pathways.
Deficiency in Vitamin K could be a large part of how super-aggressive fish oil protocols came to be...Vit. K used to always go along with our animal fats, now it is hardly present at all.
EDIT: Eva, I checked Robb's blog after the post I made that I thought you were referring to, you might want to look at that, it seems Robb and I were relatively agreeing...http://robbwolf.com/?p=910&cpage=2