Posted in Letters, This Modern Life

Larry Correia Discovers the Secret to Life

Step 1: Make money as an established genre fiction author, which is “not a real author” according to sad bastards who write lit fic about their feelings.

Step 2: Buy a tank.

Step 3: NOTHING. There is no third thing. You win at life.

Plus, think about it. You would win every argument after that for the rest of your life.
“Socialism works great in Denmark!”
“I have a tank.”
“Huh?”
“I win.”

“You aren’t a *real* author!”
“But I have a tank.”

See? You can’t argue with a man who has a main battle tank in his yard. I don’t know if I win, so much as I wouldn’t care. Because tank.

In other news, I’m going to quit my job and devote myself full-time to writing, so I can have a tank. I don’t need a main battle tank: a light tank or APC would do just fine. I’m a humble man, of humble needs.

Author:

I write and publish things with the speed of a hare and the determination of a tortoise. I am building it; it will come.

2 thoughts on “Larry Correia Discovers the Secret to Life

  1. I find this very confusing because I do not know who Larry is. and it comes across as you are quitting your job and devoting all your time to writting… Don’t know what to think of that?,!  if Larry is quitting his job Ok…. does his Mom knowIf you are buying a tank … the girls will love it esp the Menace but you might have trouble with Amy and the HOA!Mama 

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