There are various ways of interpreting what he wrote on the back cover of Death Clutch.
1) An expression of resentment towards the gossipers and the overly inquisitive type, a demand that people take what he offers them, a warning not to come back for more.
2) A way of daring the uring to buy the book, a statement of what he is in principle and what he is willing to concede.
I read a little of Death Clutch before I gave it back, (owing to the fact that it was rough-hewn and not always very sensitive.) I was able to gleam this much from the man.
Brock Lesnar was raised on a dairy farm. He grew up poor and did not get to know wealth until his mid-twenties. His way of thinking is intelligent, but he seems to vent a lot of very intense feelings towards the readers and expresses no hope that they abide by his wishes concerning his privacy, only that they do as he wants.
What I would like to better understand why he seems so guarded and somewhat brazen.
Actually this does point out something pretty important
Our world experiences are often times secluded and 'everyone says' often times is truthfully 'two or three people have said'
So the frustrations this guy has had may not be as worldwide as he thinks
However, no matter how many are affected by problems we uncover, those issues do need to be brought to light otherwise you get your Charles Manson's and Vegas shooters dropping a bunch of people who have absolutely no clue what they are on about only for more people, in the future, to find themselves in those same circumstances and approach the problems in the same manner.
Just because it's only your problem today doesn't mean more won't get slapped in the face with that problem down the road.
I mean brainiac NZ scientists are always 'freshly' discovering things I instantly knew back during the 90's.
Did you know that holding a device to your head which attracts concentrated electromagnetic waves probably isn't healthy?