I guess I was just getting sick of the commerciality of paleo, with everyone seeming to hawk their gym, their website, their book, their individualized plan, etc. etc. etc.
I do believe it is fine for people to make a living, but what concerns me about this practice is that once someone comes out with a book, all they do is defend it. They become so invested in doing it the way of their book, that they can't seem to look beyond anything anymore.
It is even more dicey for these folks to change their course. If they don't change, they are just rigid, but if they do, some whiner complains that they are wishy-washy. They really can't win until the nastiness subsides and people can really take a good view of things and have a civil discussion.
I haven't purchased a paleo book, or a DVD, an exclusive seminar or phone call, a closed chat room, or any touted supplements from India. Maybe someday I'll buy a locker of grass-fed beef. I probably don't need to say that I am not buying anything from Harvard either.