I mentioned before that I didn't remember how I stumbled across this book, although it may have been in the context of Faking It by Lux Alptraum. Not sure.
Anyway, I'm glad I picked this up because although the subject matter is pretty weighty and the cases discussed can be rather depressing, the author's approach and humour made this a mostly interesting read that was also quotable. I did find the early portion of the book a bit more interesting that the later portions where more cases got discussed, but overall it was good. I'm always on the lookout for ways to express my frustration at situations where I'd otherwise just be left sputtering with rage...
Now here's the part where I list all my previous updates so I can find quotes later:
201 of 222 pages (Social Justice Warrior)
147 of 222 pages (Fox News has trolling Liberals in its mission statement)
146 of 222 pages (drunkenness doesn't give you licence to perform criminal acts)
38 of 222 pages (we shouldn't be telling women to do anything)
36 of 222 pages (the invisible hand of rape)
32 of 222 pages (kangaroo turds and a security expert on remembering bad information)