I don't know if that's what he was saying, but it certainly matches reality.
Reality is that most people are completely unable to read and understand, even approximately, the implications of your average EULA. You need excellent abstract reasoning, and a *firm* grasp of the legalese subvariant of english - as well as several hours time to even have a chance.
The rational choice is to ignore the EULA completely and click "Accept".
This is what the overwhelming majority of computer-users do. And it's a rational choice.
Sure, you *could* spend thousands of hours of your life reading, and trying to comprehend EULAs, including all the implications of the text in them. But doing so would be a massive waste of time, and it's highly unlikely that any gain you'd have from doing so would be outweighed by the benefits.