sorry if my reply seemed ironic. it is just that a "very famous" book is apparently not famous enough to have reached a lot of people (me and cafeman for example). and there really are a lot of "famous" books. thus, it is always good to post exactly what you mean or what you are looking at when you ask specific questions about it.
in addition, any range should be dynamic - if you use the same range to open against a 7/5 nit and against a 70/50 whale, you are doing something wrong. the same thing applies to calling - if the SB opens 100% when folded to, you can probably start 3betting or calling with ~70-80% of your range without it being overly much. if they open 15%, then you ought to be waaaaaay more careful and tight. if the SB is a complete unknown, as you seem to make it, then the first couple times i assume they are at least somewhat tight and play accordingly.
If i knew everything i wouldnt post anything.
this is probably right, but nobody knows everything, thankfully. the whole idea is to learn to ask questions which make sense to the people asked. a good poker question normally starts with a short description of your opponent(s), then the stacks you each have (many pots would play very differently 30bb deep vs. 100bb deep vs. 250bb deep) and any relevant reads or history.
and as others have said before me, playing in the blinds and losing money is not necessarily a leak. it is hard
to make money in the blinds. if you do it regularly, chances are you are way too good for your opponents. the whole aim is to lose less in the blinds... or at least less than if you would just fold.