But then, you won’t think so, if you dislike male chauvinist pig fratboy antics or don’t have a juvenile sense of humor: “The Now Infamous Tucker Max Charity Auction Debacle” Story. “How Tucker became an urban legend (This is the complete, true story behind the famous email. If you aren’t familiar with this story in some way, you might want to read the others first; this one is long and gets very involved, especially if you aren’t a lawyer or never got the renowned “The Now Infamous Tucker Max Charity Auction Debacle” email.)”
Also funny is Tucker Max’s just recently restored story of his dating Miss Vermont–it was taken down until her lawsuit against him was recently dropped.
This story, by Tucker Max, about how he got fired when he was a summer associate at the California law firm Fenwick & West during the dot-com boom times, is one of the funniest things I’ve read in a while — it reminds me of my summer in 1990 clerking for Vinson & Elkins … NOT! Note that though he puts quotes around the names of two of the Fenwick trademark partners he mentions, I’m not so sure they are pseudonyms….
Also hilarious is his SFGirl “iGuy” profile (example: his “Favorite Practical Joke” is: “I like to go down to the dog pound and pretend that I’ve found my dog. Then I tell them to kill him anyway because I already gave away all his stuff. Dog people sure don’t have a very good sense of humor.”).