Sarah Jeong has the absolute funniest mockery
of NYT columnist Maureen Dowd's silly "I ate 16 times too much marijuana while alone in a hotel room therefore drugs are bad" column.
Jeong assumes the persona of Malcolm Gladwell on ketamine, Thomas L Friedman after noshing weed brownies, Gail Collins rolling on ecstasy, Ross Douthat on psilocybin mushrooms, and Paul Krugman snorting up crushed Adderall.
I was on nothing more than a cup of tea, and I laughed 'til my sides hurt.
Related: Cannabist says Dowd is lying in the column.
Photo, via Guardian: Krugman tweeking. DonkeyHotey / Flickr via Creative Commons.
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