So there’s this absurd NYT article…

About “27 ways to be a modern man.” And if you haven’t heard about it by now you don’t use the Internet and you’re not reading this, either. It’s so spectacularly hipster I honestly wasn’t sure – I’m still not completely convinced – it wasn’t supposed to be a parody.

Whatever. Doesn’t matter. Larry Correia has stepped forward for an epic fisking which you must drop whatever else you were doing and read right now. Might be his best work ever.

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5 Responses to So there’s this absurd NYT article…

  1. MamaLiberty says:

    Damn, that was good. Now my sides hurt. I think I’ll go to bed and read for a while. 🙂

  2. MJR says:

    “27 ways to be a modern man” reminds me of this…

    http://syruptrap.ca/2015/09/man-cycling-across-canada-to-raise-awareness-of-himself/

    And Larry Correia nailed it.

  3. Ben says:

    I live in suburbia, but out in that Arizona desert you are apparently more plugged in to our civilization that I am, because up to now I’ve never of “27 ways ,,,”.

    To be fair though, as a general rule I don’t open any article whose title includes a number. That simple rule eliminates about 90% of the Internet click bait.

  4. Tennessee Budd says:

    Correia can do it. I hadn’t heard about this shit, because I don’t pay attention to the Newspaper of Retard (but I’m not judging anybody who does–your life, your time, your choice). Boy hasn’t got a clue, but then, neither do a lot of folks nowadays.
    OTOH, my Marine stepson is coming home on leave, PCS-ing from Okinawa. His opinions I will listen to. May have to give some advice there, but he listens, ’cause he was raised right. If he thinks I’m full of shit & ignores it, I’ve done my job. If he thinks it valuable, I’ve done my job.

  5. Robert says:

    Michael at evylrobot.com also tackled this and it was so amusing that when I read some of it out loud, my quietly-reading roomie didn’t object. Maybe he was just being polite.

To the stake with the heretic!