Tucker Max’s new movie “I Hope They Served Beer In Hell” premiered last week, this after a very successful book, and of course his incredibly popular tales about how when he’s mean to chicks they do him. Whatever you think of Tucker Max ( I personally enjoy acting disinterested with women so that they like me, but I don’t like beer pong very much, so he and I don’t always see eye to eye), for those out there who think he’s all loudness over substance or that promoting a culture of objectifying women is irresponsible or the many other myriad reasons why you might hate him, I say to you this, talking about him is just going to make him more successful.
Talking about people is what gives them their power. You’ve given him your power by allowing yourself to be diverted by him. And that you are so loud about your own frustrations just proves that he is interesting. Darth Vader may be an evil ass dude, but his evil makes him fascinating, and despite (or because) of his evil there are Darth Vader toys in children’s bedrooms. If you want your children to grow up in a world where they hold their little Tucker Max dolls against their cheeks to help them fall asleep at night, keep railing on and on about how you think he’s misogynist or how you think a man his age should drink less. If you actually think he’s a problem, let him go. Talk about someone who you want to be propelled into the status that Tucker Max has attained entirely by frustrating you. Maybe if all you Soccer Moms went on and on about how cool Plato was instead of how Tucker Max is full of himself they’d have made “The Republic” the movie. Although, at least Tucker Max, unlike Plato, has sex with adults.