Experts Without Experience
The Internet is great.
The 8th Wonder Of The World.
You can pretty much get your hands on any product or information you want if you dig deep enough.
You can apply to college, you can find a job, you can look at your bank account, you can count calories in your diet, you can learn just about anything, you can find a girlfriend, you can buy groceries, you can go to church, you can pirate music, movies and other stuff that the you were never supposed see without paying. You can arouse yourself and cum all over your keyword. You can hire a hitman to murder people you don't like while you are busy looking at pictures on Facebook or listening to Lady Gaga.
With the enormous, immeasurable access to products and information, it can be a colossal waste of time.
We've covered that briefly in "Guys That Are Ambitious For Pussy: Time Wasting Activities and What to Do About Them."
One of the problems with the Internet, especially on subjects that are "subjective" and up to interpenetration- anyone can be an expert, regardless of the amount of experience they have or don't have. And It's hard to check on whos for real and who is not.
This is true of nearly every single online community where there's no criteria or screening process to be an authority. The "how to" communities are notorious bad.
Take the "PUA Forums" (and the Seduction Community at-large), it's the worst of the worst. Guys with no experience are giving advice to guys with no experience about something they've never done and never will do. Even the authorities don't get pussy.
(just so you know- guys that actually fuck 100s of hot girls usually aren't on "PUA" or dating forums giving advice to "help" people)
This isn't unique to just specific communities, it's widespread-
Even Youtube videos have "experts" chiming in about something they've never done, and even if they have- they still probably aren't qualified to speak.
- A video of Tiger Woods (arguably the best golfer ever) had people "giving him advice" on how to hit the ball harder.
- A video of Michael Jordan (arguably the best basketball player ever) had people saying how he needed to bend his knees more when dunking a basketball.
- A music video from the Red Hot Chili Peppers had people saying that the bass guitar was too loud and their music was "no good" anymore.
- A video of how Bill Gates built Microsoft had people discussing "how they would build" a billion dollar business.
- A video of Bruce Willis had people saying how Bruce Willis could be a better actor.
Generally speaking- guys that are top 1% experienced authorities on basketball, golf, playing music that has worldwide appeal, building a billion dollar business and appearing in major Hollywood action movies aren't analyzing and posting comments on Youtube videos or "helping" on public forums.
There's 2 things that nearly all these "Internet experts" have in common-
- Most have virtually no experience.
- Most aren't interested in actually improving their life. It is strictly entertainment to them. Some know this, some don't.
* Most are only interested in "being right" and getting validation from other inexperienced people on the Internet.
A pretty worthless existence.
Be aware of this.
Don't take advice from people that you do not KNOW (are-absolutely-positively-fucking-sure) that have experience with what they are talking about, even if it "sounds" right.
Try to develop a filter and tune out the baseless information.
I'm not completely sure how you develop a filter, just being aware and not exposing yourself to "experts" without experience might be a good start.
You might need to [re]consider who you listen to for advice on certain subjects, even family members who have good intentions.
If I was trying to lose weight or build a better body- I wouldn't take advice from someone without seeing a picture of them first, regardless of what "certification" they had or how many Pubmed studies they cited.
If I was trying to learn how to make money in the stock market- I wouldn't take advice from somebody without knowing exactly how successful he is been at it. I don't care if he has a degree in economics or is a college professor who wrote his own textbook.
If I was trying to get laid- I wouldn't take advice from someone until I saw reasonable evidence that he actually fucks girls, is cool, and does what he talks about. I don't care how many posts he has on forum or how well I "relate" to him at the present moment in time.
What About Good Looking Loser?
If you aren't absolutely sure that we get pussy, go to the gym, pull on our dicks, and actually live the stuff we talk about.
Leave immediately, RUN DO NOT WALK, save yourself.
Like I said- it's absolutely cancerous to learn from someone that has no experience.
It is not only a waste of time, it's counterproductive because you'll have to unlearn all the shit later.
Even if our stuff on GoodLookingLoser.com is "right," I still don't suggest you follow the advice if you don't think we've done it.
You shouldn't learn from anyone that you aren't as close to 100% certain that they are coming from experience. That includes us. I'm being absolutely serious.
There's a lot of other authorities out there that will tell you they "know" about how to date women, what they "know" about getting in shape, what they "know" about drugs, and give you some penis pills that they "heard" will work.
There's lots of options.
Lets End on a Positive Note
I can reassure you that any official advice that you get here [from me] comes from experience.
I'll usually tell you how much experience too, sometimes I can use numbers, dates, and specifics.
If I don't have experience with a particular topic, I'll let you know, and offer my opinion if you still want it.
I get asked a lot of questions, but I don't know everything and I'll never claim to.
Believe it or not, I don't know everything about getting laid, getting ripped or getting a bigger dick- what I can claim is that I have a lot of solid experience with all three.
The last person I want to be is Mr. Internet Expert.
And That's the last person I want to make you.
We all know a "Mr. Know-It-All" that has jackshit for a resumé.
He knows how to get girls, dress well without trying, eat correctly, get into graduate school, run a business, give public speeches, he can sing if he wanted to and play professional sports, he can decrease unemployment if only he had political power, win major World Wars, he can even cure chronic diseases with household items such as Apple Cider Vinegar, he can tell you how healthful the water in your city is and how people in other countries think and even explain their behavior to them... while all the while- maximizing his efficiency and production.
He's particularly good at the stuff he has the least experience with.
He'll even tell you without you asking.
He'll even debate you, since he's good at that too.
Don't be that guy.
If you found GoodLookingLoser.com, in it's first 8 months of existence, you are pretty resourceful. That is a huge asset.
So long as you are pulling a reasonable amount information from the right sources (and applying it daily) and filtering out the crap- you'll be so far ahead of the average guy in just a matter of years.