In the second paragraph, "Also, I would strongly recommend them to absolutely NOT see anyone who professes to be a tax guru." Maybe I'm missing something, but those pieces of advise seem contradictory.
Eric's comment was a thinly veiled insult directed at me (a degreed accountant with years of tax experience), due to the brouhaha that erupted on another thread when he deliberately misquoted, misinterpreted, and then attacked something I said, and then refused to even admit to the misquote when called down on it. I refused to engage with him on the subject in several PM's he sent me, so now he's going around posting stuff trying to get my goat.
That's why in one paragraph he encourages people to go to Jackson Hewitt, and in the next paragraph tries to discourage anyone from listening to me (the tax guru).
Anyone who wants can google "Speakes" and "Taxes" and find out all you want to know about me and my credentials. You can also find me listed on the irs website. No, I am not taking new clients.