You might’ve heard about the Forbes columnist who chose the unpopular title, “If I Were A Poor Black Kid”, for his article on income inequality in America earlier this week. The author was trying to write about the growing spread between the rich and the poor but he should’ve put a little more thought into the theme of the piece before writing it. Oh well, that’s his problem and it’s not why I’m bringing it up today; this isn’t a political blog and I know how crazy the comments section gets when we even mention politics.
I’m bringing it to your attention because of a counter-article in the Atlantic Wire called “If I Were A Middle-Aged White Guy.” The author, Jim Windolf, wrote it to mock Forbes while poking fun at guys who could be considered “d-bags”, for lack of a better term.
The funny part of “If I Were A Middle-Aged White Guy” is the photo attached at the top of the piece. It defines “d-bag”:
Apparently, laughing at Louisville fans isn’t just for Kentucky fans anymore. National columnists are even getting in on the fun.