Prometheus, you magnificent bastard. https://t.co/OG6gyDsE8v
— David Freddoso (@freddoso) August 5, 2016
Who says the New York Times is only good for fishwrap? Because this take is so hot, it’s on fi-yah!
A downside to the discovery of fire: It may have paved the way for smoking https://t.co/omcy6gWGdd
— The New York Times (@nytimes) August 5, 2016
CAN YOU BELIEVE IT???
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) August 5, 2016
"may have paved the way" lol https://t.co/ktMUWyfVvW
— Justin Green (@JGreenDC) August 5, 2016
@nytimes The best/worst part of this is the "may have". Let's not jump to conclusions!
— Thomas Castle (@exophrenologist) August 5, 2016
wow really makes u think https://t.co/02hZZNdBcx
— Shoshana Weissmann (@senatorshoshana) August 5, 2016
@nytimes … you don't say
— Don't Trigger Me Bro (@DntTriggerMeBro) August 5, 2016
An Onion headline, or a NYT headline. YOU decide: https://t.co/VOYmtaxJm9
— Carlton Hinds (@methuselaschild) August 5, 2016
— Will Bon (@BonBaughn) August 5, 2016
@nytimes Is this seriously a news article?
— Scott Groves (@ScottGrovesCO) August 5, 2016
— ethan macdonald (@ghanbak) August 5, 2016
@nytimes you actually paid someone to write this?
— Xander's #1 Fan (@DnioyoTwit) August 5, 2016
@nytimes Congratulations, this is the dumbest thing I've read all year
— matt loehrer (@mloehrer) August 5, 2016
Every time you think The New York Times has come up with the worst headline ever, they outdo themselves pic.twitter.com/CZGP2tnCGS
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) August 5, 2016
I decided to read this piece instead of just making fun of it based on this tweet.
Could've skipped a step. https://t.co/qyJdAmJZRh
— Sonny Bunch (@SonnyBunch) August 5, 2016
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) August 5, 2016
— Bizarro Sirota (@bizzaro_sirota) August 5, 2016
@nytimes Everyone in the book club took a vote and you're out. They made me tell you.
— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) August 5, 2016
I mean, really with this? https://t.co/oSZMhrLv5Y
— Ashe Schow (@AsheSchow) August 5, 2016
— Jeremy Kunchandy (@JeremyKunchandy) August 5, 2016
This is deeply stupid https://t.co/2vWUbCPkuU
— F. Bill McMorris (@FBillMcMorris) August 5, 2016
Deeply stupid? Perhaps. But … no, there are no buts. It’s just deeply, deeply stupid.
Also, burning to death sucks too. MT @nytimes A downside to the discovery of fire: It may have paved the way for smoking
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) August 5, 2016
Before the discovery of fire, cigarettes could only be lit by courteous, lightning-prone cavemen. https://t.co/dY3jTZjBHA
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) August 5, 2016
Goddam cavemen, fucking everything up. https://t.co/9FfCrTwppR
— Emily Zanotti (@emzanotti) August 5, 2016
@nytimes *leans back and strokes chin* ah, yes. Surely that is the biggest tragedy fire has ever wrought. *falls into pit of snakes*
— Olivia Nuzzi (@Olivianuzzi) August 5, 2016
.@nytimes This some fucking dumb shit, thanks for being a beacon of darkness in America's journalistic tradition
— The Globalizer (@Globalizer360) August 5, 2016
Please frame this and put it in a museum. https://t.co/4qYKkqnELW
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) August 5, 2016
And then caption it with this:
It's like that old saying: where there's smoke, there's a hot take that never needed to be published. https://t.co/1HwVcbcxdB
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) August 5, 2016