Originally Posted by Bee Brian
I am expecting a discussion about it because I am wondering why reputable people who have great knowledge and experience decide to make everything sound so "hidden" and complex that they have to write a "Complete Guide" about it and make thousands of bucks selling it on ignorant folks who don't know where to start.
Why is everyone doing "this" if it is so obvious that "that" is a better way?
Here's a trend that I see in everyday life.
An expert in a given endeavor knows alot about his field. He knows anyone can achieve the same level of expertise through reading certain books, experiencing certain things, and having the desire to achieve the said expertise.
But human nature forces that "expert" to keep everything hidden in the world and create an all-knowing, all-powerful book that supposedly have everything one needs to know about the respected field.
My job here is to help everyone cut the crap and "enlighten" people so that they will no longer need to buy a book entitled as "The Complete Guide" to save themselves some money with the current economy that the United States of America is in.
What do you think, Mr. Greg Everett? Is my theory accurate or is there something in your book that defies what I have concluded?
Stunning. I never expected when writing my book that someone of your unparalleled intelligence would be clever enough to see through the ruse. It's true that the book contains nothing you didn't explain quite adeptly in your original post. It's incredible I've managed to become rich selling so many copies to so many misguided, ignorant readers without having yet been caught. I didn't think I would be found out before I was able to complete the destruction of the entire US economy.
You're more than welcome to do your job, as you describe it, and enlighten everyone here. To this point, though, you've failed to actually say anything other than expressing your frustration that you've not yet been recognized by the members of this forum as the intellectual maverick you truly are. I encourage you to stay on task until they understand the full extent of your genius and can finally move on with their training, eventually accumulating enough heavy lifts to reach that elite level you describe.
As an aside, my book is indeed so complete (as well as just confusing enough to force people to buy more of my products) that it discusses this remarkable new theory of yours. Indirectly and largely in passing, of course, because of its elementary nature.
If you bought the book and all the words confused you, don't be embarrassed to ask for help. That's what a lot of people use forums for. This one doesn't even cost any money! If you haven't read the book (quite likely based on your post), I'd be willing to pay YOU the retail value of it in exchange for an article that discusses this newest advance in training theory so you can get proper credit for your staggering discovery.
Otherwise, do your best to make worthwhile posts here. I'm a fairly patient and understanding individual, but if you can't handle the responsibility that comes along with such intelligence, we'll just have to remove your account and reconsider activating it again after your 16th birthday.