2: Choose Your Own Adventure: The Blog Post

Well, it’s just as you suspected. The author, while perhaps informed or diligent, is advancing an argument so wrongheaded as to be a sign of general bad health. The examples have already been countered somewhere, surely, and no amount of levelheaded inquiry will make up for that one typo. In fact, once you encounter the typo-which, unfortunately, is one of those typos that makes the author look uneducated rather than a clumsy typist-the rest of the post is an extremely forgettable blur of percentages. Relieved that the author has failed to shake your core assumptions, you are free to go on living.

Do you: respond devastatingly on Twitter or your personal blog?

Or do you revel in the status quo, leave work early and go to a bar?