Oh, snap! Could a byline strike at The New York Times spark more buzz than the crowd numbering in the ones that showed up for Sandra Fluke? Twitter users are at the ready to provide mockery, if not buzz.

Will it happen? NRO’s Jonah Goldberg gets to the bottom of the potential New York Times strike.

From NRO:

Put down any hot liquids.

Okay, here it is. . . .

The staff of the New York Times is considering a byline strike! 

Oh, the humanity! Writers at The New York Times have “quietly signed pledges to withhold their bylines, photo credits, and producing credits.” Twitter users not so quietly pledge to provide mockery. Mock. Mock like the wind!

NRO’s Jonah Goldberg continues to set that bar high.

Heh. To his credit, Russ Douthat responds to the jibe and joins in the hilarity.

Snap! Other Twitter users follow Jonah’s lead.

Hey, nearly one-fifth of a Sandra Fluke rally! So, there’s that.


It’s so cute that anyone thinks that The New York Times still has any cred at all.

More please, Twitter!