See there it goes again; Redirection. Rather than providing a decent argument and a hook which grants the readers an opportunity to get curious about your book, you end up redirecting with crap like "Rollo bad" or "50% of the time woman good".
I'm all for providing a decent critique, but at the very least expand on things with a decent and intelligent use of language. Instead of saying "woman 50% good" and "NAWALT", you could for example say something among the lines of "I'm of the opinion that Redpill's dogma about women isn't written in stone. In my book I will be presenting - what I believe are decent, alternatives to the collective belief system." This not only sets up things nicely because it induces curiosity, but also showcases that you are an intelligent guy. And I'm all in for being a memelord, but for god's sake you're marketing a product, so put some effort in it.
The moment someone starts calling you out on your (shitty) premises, rather than expanding, you redirect. It looks shitty, when someone challenges your "NAWALT" argument, and you go full: "yea....ummmm...Know what? Rollo and Rich bad! Yea, don't agree with me on that at least?".
I mean who in their right mind doesn't start having second thoughts about buying your book after seeing that? For the record, I do share your opinions about grifters, but god damn dude, you're coming off as one...Read More
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@UnleashYourLife Look, if you have to boil an argument down to one sentence you're a moron and my book won't appeal to you. It takes a little brainpower to follow an argument that has depth. Those are the arguments I make. You've been in your red pill echo chamber so long you can't fathom an argument that Rollo, Rich, and Rian haven't set up as straw men.