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- No, and I didn't say he forced them to. Like my original comment said, they're dumb to trust someone who says all it takes is willpower to go across them when it's a certain technique and procedure, not willpower or positive thinking. I placed the original blame with the people, not him. But he does advertise self-improvement and makes claims that manipulate and convince people, and that is almost forcing them, in a subtle way, but I still say it's their fault for buying into it all. He's found a great way to make money, which was his goal self-admittedly it seems. And if people are gonna trust him instead of thinking for themselves, then they only have themselves to blame.
The lawsuits I was referring to are for copyright, plagiarism, and failing to disclose financial stuff.Jul 21, 2012
- Also, if Tony told a family to jump off a bridge and promised if they just stayed positive they'd survive, being the well-known and respected person he is, sadly some people might actually fall for that. Because of his respected status and influence, they actually probably could sue him for that. I still say they'd be idiots, but at the same time he's making claims and convincing people of it, so he's at fault too I guess.Jul 21, 2012
- gotcha ... :)Jul 21, 2012
- They were doing it wrong, right?Jul 21, 2012
- Wow, it is getting worse:
Robbins' organization released a statement saying it will look into ways to make the coal-walking event safer if possible. "We have been safely providing this experience for more than three decades, and always under the supervision of medical personnel," the statement said.
Jul 22, 2012
- Bwahaha. What a gimmick! You can't just tell these people to think positively through the coals. Science trumps them and their feet.Jul 22, 2012