Touching on the "bugman foodie" theme:
Oh, gosh, I feel like such a trog now; this cultured gentleman has not only heard of something called pisco, but he knows the difference between the piscos of two different countries! Tan countries, even. Obviously this guy has done some cosmopolitan traveling.
The bugman response to this would be to outdo this reviewer by
1. doing pisco "research" (consisting of internet search via Amazon Echo ["Alexa, what is pisco?"])
2. using language app to learn Spanish for tangential reason barely, but somehow, related to pisco research--mb thinking he'll ask a South American person about it or something but not really
3. visiting the restaurant from the above review and maybe one other for comparison--but just for the selfie, with eating as a secondary goal
4. (newly expert) writing a review ham-handedly indicating he knows the difference among piscos of various regions within
the countries based on what Alexa told him, then hoping the original reviewer reads his review and feels outdone.
This is the bugmen's battlefield; they cannot outcompete one another in a traditional, human way such as a fistfight or in-person verbal beatdown. Funny part is, they actually see themselves as above such things.
As discussed in many threads here, bugmen also don't know how to be real. Their substitute for authenticity therefore consists of nerdily micro-dissecting everything in the universe
1. to appear cutting-edge and worldly (something they see as positive)
2. to seem to have personal knowledge of a topic (as touched upon by TOG and others in another thread)
3. to seem too refined and unique for potential mates to take an interest in them (if they are even interested in such interaction; probably not, would interfere with tequila tastings).
Here's the reviewer's Google+ page description: