Tucker Max's "Rapey Fratty" Response

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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If you are of a certain age and persuasion (under 30, heterosexual), you're probably familiar with Tucker Max, card-carrying member of the New York Times-anointed "Fratire" club. (Max, for his part, would rather you refer to his work as "Dick Lit.") Rather than make use of his Duke Law School degree, Max instead decided to post drunken stories of his sexcapdes with midgets, deaf girls, and your garden variety sorority chicks on the Internet, where they quickly developed a rabid fanbase. A book deal soon followed, and after he turned a meager advance into a Times best-seller, so did a movie deal.

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