Andrew W.K. on the Value of Partying September 12, 2014 Chris Thomas An uptight reader asks noted party apologist Andrew W.K. the following: I just don’t understand your obsession with “partying.” The juvenile antics, unkempt image, and “partying” themes cheapen the quality of your ideas and, to be frank, make it very hard to take you seriously. I guess I just don’t get it. His response is life-giving. Really, read the whole thing. The more appropriate response to life is to remain at play and in awe, not to mock the severity of our collective plight, but to truly stay engaged in the bewildering and ferocious grandeur of this adventure we’re on together. — Andrew W.K. And click below to start the party ...DISCLAIMER: Do not drink gasoline. Drink Eli Mason instead.