I'm not going to pick on the poor overweight person who doesn't have the energy to work out -- no! I'm going to pick on people who are too intellectually lazy to do their own googling.
Still reading the archives at Hold The Toast ... and shaking my head at all the people who insist on asking questions they could answer themselves. How much of this artificial sweetener should I substitute for THAT artificial sweetener? I don't have/can't afford/don't like/can't find X ingredient -- what should I do? Or my favorite (in the comments after a cheesecake recipe) i'm lactose intolerant -- what can I use instead of cream cheese and sour cream?
YA DUMB CLUCK, MAKE SOMETHING THAT'S NOT DAIRY-BASED.
I had this happen to me a dozen or so years ago, with a new reenactor. She kept emailing me with questions that she could so easily have found the answers to with the help of any search-engine. I ended up answering off the top of my head if I knew it already, cuz I was going to have to reply to her anyway. When she asked things I didn't know, I told her* to go look it up herself. She finally got tired of me not doing her thinking for her, and moved on from Living History to SASS -- it doesn't matter what they wear because most of them wouldn't know authenticity if it bit them in the ass -- they just want to look old-fashionedy.
I have sympathy for human-energy conservation, because I have a history of fatigue problems, but there are very few excuses for not doing your own reading in this day and age. We live in a wonderful time of information availability, and if we're already online an awful lot of it is free for the finding. It's even pretty easy to figure out which costuming site is giving good advice and which isn't ... though it's significantly harder on the subject of nutrition. ;-)
* nicely -- I used to be nicer to idiots than I am now. It's a serotonin/dopamine thing.