The other day, Louis CK returned to standup comedy, after having been exiled for rubbing one out in front of female comedians. Not to be outdone, I'm hereby pleased to announce the release of my new book, Critical Beatdown.
Also, I might pull my schlong out in front of a woman, to celebrate. But only with a signed permission slip. You can't be too safe in 2018.
Oddly enough, alleged sexual misconduct is one of the many, many things I discuss in Critical Beatdown.
Here's the book's description:
A hard-hitting exposé on the corrupt world of online music journalism
The world of online music journalism seems like it would consist primarily of nerdy guys and homely women sitting behind laptop computers all day, purposely spreading misinformation in order to advance their own questionable political beliefs, but it's actually way more exciting than you'd think. At times, it's hardly distinguishable from an episode of "COPS."
Critical Beatdown reveals the stories behind the artificially inflated review scores for marginally talented, stereotypical rappers and synthetic, prefabricated pop acts, and the incessant, largely irrelevant op-eds on domestic violence and sexual assault. In the process, it explains how online music journalism is at least partly to blame for the rise of the new fascism.
And here's links to where you can cop: