For example, you would not go into a forum\blog of people and say, “What’s this about?” without doing some research. It’s generally considered polite to do the research before asking the question.
For example, in most forums I’m in the focus is tech support and if you ask questions in those forums without doing research first, you’ll get a blunt “RTFM” (READ THE er, FINE MANUAL) response and if it’s a question that could be answered with a simple search on the web that it’s clear you didn’t do, you’ll be told RTFMA (READ THE, ahem, FINE MANUAL, SIR!).
In this case you’re asking a question that could have been answered quite simply with a quick Google search — and it was something you would have learned about if you had read — oh, I won’t go there again.
We’ll be glad to help you with the situation with your brother and to discuss it with you, but on the flip side, we expect you to do your part as well by reading the files you were asked to read before posting and by doing your own research as well.
We know MLMs. We don’t know Ex Fuze specifically, but there’s nothing new that Ex Fuze can do or offer that we haven’t seen in scads of MLMs before.
If you had come in saying, “My brother is in Ex Fuze and I’m concerned about this. I’ve found some info on it through Google (or Yahoo or AJ) but I don’t know if it’s as bad as it looks or if it’s any good. Can you help me?” then we would have been all over ourselves to help you.
But coming in and asking a simple question that was covered in the READMEs and with a quick Google search basically tells us you want us to do all the work for you and most people, here or elsewhere, don’t take kindly to that.
So tell us what is going on, what he’s been told, how deep in it he is, and so on and we’ll be glad to help with what we can.