More rubbish-quality content from Krauser:
Pick-Up Is Not A Viable Business
https://krauserpua.com/2020/05/20/pick- ... -business/
My reply: https://krauserpua.com/2020/05/20/pick- ... ent-144968
icycalm wrote:Nothing wrong with the creators of a business making most of the money. Every business is like this, we call it the free market. What you are asking for is communism. The PUA companies are fantastic opportunities for instructors to travel the world and make some money while learning their craft to a deeper level, and of course the best ones will make a name for themselves and start their own businesses later. That is literally how every teaching business works. And of course the interns make nothing. That’s the whole point of interning. No one is exploiting anyone, and the model is perfectly sustainable in the long term as long as the creators keep putting in the required work, which is difficult to do not because there’s something wrong with the business model but simply because players burn out quickly, just like pro athletes do for example, and for similar reasons. You are not teaching chemistry here, which you can do until your 80s, there’s obviously a clock ticking here, and for people who got into this in their 30s, like most gurus, it ticks pretty fast indeed.
This hitjob is of a kind with the previous one on literature. Just pathetic stuff man.
This is his previous article:
The Classics Are Shit
https://krauserpua.com/2020/04/18/the-c ... -are-shit/
He's promoting communism in one post, trashing the classics in another... he's basically an SJW writer now lol.
Meanwhile, here's the best evaluation of Krauser I've ever seen, after mine in Endgame
: https://www.swooptheworld.com/forum/sho ... 2#pid22222
debeguiled wrote:I started reading Krauser when he was still an average frustrated chump who was simply charting his progress. That was what I like about his blog. His honesty about his failings and the incremental march to success, and seeing the little shifts in mindset that changed his results.
Once he became competent and started speaking as an authority on game, and then politics, it was good night Irene.
Those early years of his blog though were so achingly honest about everything, including his fears and frustrations and insecurities. There was nothing like it out there.
Recently, I listened to a Youtube vid he uploaded talking about his legacy for future generations who want to know about his years as a London day gamer.