Cuscutis commented on my post “The
Hipster typewriter is no Hermes 3000 (at MyFaceGoogleSpaceBookPlus):
The whole thing is ugly. If you really want the hipster writing
experience, get a real portable typewriter. Then you can annoy your fellow
coffee shop patrons.
And then he linked to this article about someone who annoyed fellow
Intarweb users with his portable typewriter:
I definitely look like someone who is a bit insane. That’s how I thought
of it, before I clicked to look at the hundreds of replies; I figured
people were probably wondering why I would bring my typewriter to a park.
And when I started reading the comments, I saw most people had already
decided that I would bring my typewriter to the park because I’m a “XXXXXXX hipster.” Someone with the user handle “S2011”
summed up the thoughts of the hive mind in 7 words: “Get the XXXX out of my city.”
Illmatic707 chimed in: I have never wanted to fist fight someone so
badly in my entire life.
Leoatneca replied: Bet 90% of his high school did to. It’s because of
these guys that bullying is so hard to stop.
I Am An Object Of Internet Ridicule, Ask Me Anything - The
While he may look like a Hipster, he's far from one—for crying
out loud he's using a 1979 Royal Safari portable typewriter! No Hipster
would be caught dead using that. Now, had he been using a Hermes 3000 …
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