Welcome to the boards!
I agree with a lot of things in that post but this one I strongly disagree with:
Bullies will push, so use that against them. Limp when you have a big hand and they'll do the raising for you. Then, take them by surprise.
Bullies will still fold hands. This is how you end up in a pot against 4 limpers drawing to sets, straights and flushes while you can't lay down your overpair.
If it does work and the bully shoves into us and we get HU, we can still lose!
Let's say the bully has 4x our stack, and we get AA three times in a row. Everyone of those three times we let the bully shove into us and call.
To survive this, you'll find we need to win all three.
AA wins against a random hand ~80% of the time. So it wins three times in a row 51,2% of the time.
If you do this with say TT+/AJs+/AQ+, the chance drops below 50% especially since a lot of the bully's range is Ax and Kx.
You also miss out on a lot of value if you're just looking to bait a single player with your premium hands. Your main goal should always be winning chips, no matter from whom. Actively betting your good hands will always be the best way to do that.
And let's say you raise pre with QQ, the bully calls, the flop comes J high. Now
is a good time to check and induce a bluff.