1. People are just jealous, and want to tear down James Ray because he is successful and charismatic. Alex Rodriguez of the NY Yankees made a similar point when he said, "I can't help that I'm a bright person...I can't pretend to play dumb and stupid...When people write [bad things] about me, I don't know if it's [because] I'm good-looking, I'm biracial, I make the most money, I play on the most popular team...."
2. Quick to mock and laugh at people’s beliefs. No qualms about using the outrageous to get attention. A Strong desire to be heard, and the idea that in order for a joke to be funny it needs to be insensitive and mean. Along with an excessive use of all caps
3. Lack of checking facts, whether it is about the trial, Native American culture, or Bible verse, you name it.
4. Lack of compassion for the people that died from the 2009 James Ray sweat lodge, and most anyone that is not James Ray for that matter. I guess here would also go all of the feigned my-heart-goes-out-to-the-families talk, in between people are ultimately responsible, the ever popular free will argument
5. Complete faith in the legality of waivers regardless of what happens after those waivers are signed.
6. Constant lobbing of rhetorical questions designed to get a “we all agree 100%” type response. In group think, sensitivity to group approval.
7. A bulldog sense of eradicating anything that goes against their beliefs.
8. An off the cuff tendency to make complex assumptions about how people in the legal profession need to be doing their jobs
9. Comment bombing, posting successively so it becomes a form of talking to oneself. The act of thinking the comments section has somehow become your very own personal blog.
10. Angel Valley duped James Ray and are the ones truly responsible. You could add here also the whole James Ray is just as upset as everyone else about what happened, and just wants to keep helping people.