Can't spot a good investment, but he can run his mouth

In an interview with the San Jose Mercury News, conducted from his home office in ritzy Atherton, Calif., Guy Kawasaki drops a couple of gems. On defending the poor response to his investments while turning down Valley successes:

The only thing you can conclude is that it's a crap shoot. You have no idea what is going to succeed.
One can conclude that, if one is a self-serving, self-promoting, quasi-successful angel investor. Or rather, one can conclude that Kawasaki has no idea of what is going to succeed. The Silicon Valley Tool's attempts to befuddle his interviewer with truisms only gets worse when he starts defending his startup Truemors.
I have a very low opinion of the blogosphere. I think it is made up of about 250,000 people who are mostly 45-year-old men who live with their mother and have dead cats in their refrigerators.
Wait. Isn't Kawasaki also a member of the "blogosphere" ? And why didn't the Merc interviewer check his fridge? Oh, the horror. the frozen, feline horror.