As I said one time on Twitter, when I grow up, I want to be like Milo Yiannopoulos. The man writes and speaks at a level I can only dream of (fucking well read British bastard). His acid pen writes intellectual fare, and burns, both at a very high level. It’s not often that I am literally doubled over in laughter from a string of tweets, but I find that over half the time that I am, it’s because of Milo. The guy is fucking hilarious.
— Ethan Ralph (@TheRalphRetort) November 27, 2014
And the ability he has to get under our adversaries skin is legendary. I mean, I piss these guys off a lot, as you’ve seen. But damn! This guy really is the bane of their existence. They get physically agitated every time his name comes up. An interview request is turned into something sinister. I’m not sure if these knuckleheads are aware, but it’s not uncommon for rivals to agree to be interviewed like this. I’ve seen it in several Washington tomes. It doesn’t always happen, but it’s not outrageous for him to put in a request. It’s only out of the ordinary if your an insane SJW who has no concept of the world outside themselves. Since we’re dealing with those types of psychos, we get reactions like the ones detailed in Milo’s tweets:
Look at the notoriously drunken and racist Leigh Alexander try to cast aspersions on Milo’s character. What would that trollop know about good character? I certainly haven’t seen much of that from her. Dry yourself out, Leigh, and stop holding so much hate in your heart. It’s bad for your complexion. Cocaine and Jack Daniels are too, but who am I to judge?
But at least you’re not as incompetent as Nathan Grayson. He would have done well enough to have stopped at the Facebook post. Assuming he was man enough to go toe-to-toe with Milo in the public arena was serious error in judgement, much like fucking Zoe Quinn. It’s just one of those things that you’re gonna regret for a long ass time. Grayson didn’t think twice. He marched straight into the buzzsaw.
The “And n” set off an entire night of comedy tweets, and a hashtag to go along with the effort (Milo wasn’t done with Grayson, either):
— lo fi Furby.jpg to relax/study/game to (@duckspeakeasy) January 14, 2015
— Matthew Conway (@Mattaconda) January 14, 2015
Honestly, it’s pretty hard to stop posting these. There are so many good one’s, it’s insane. I’m leaving a ton out, but here are a few more:
— R.I.P. Schill (@x_schilling) January 14, 2015
— Raida (@Doomskander) January 14, 2015
— F. D. C. Willard (@Chester_LTP) January 14, 2015
We could literally do this all day, but I will stop there. The lampooning hasn’t stopped, though, and continues at this very moment. Kotaku’s Nathan Grayson was mismatched once again. If you’ll notice from some of my writing, this isn’t a rare occurrence. He frequently gets tripped up by his ignorance. He’s one of those stupid people who doesn’t know they’re stupid (both the most dangerous, and most hilarious breed of idiot). The stupendously stupid Grayson is quite a sight to see when in full gallop. Last night was a prime example.