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Tina Fey’s Secret to Living Forever Is Quitting the Internet

Tina Fey, proud Luddite.
Tina Fey, proud Luddite. Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images

In the newest issue of Town & Country, Tina Fey shared her thoughts on the 2016 presidential candidates (“I hate them all.”) and Botox (“Good for you. Not for me.”). But her most salient piece of advice revolves around how to achieve immortality. Tina thinks she’s got the answer:

Fey has always been defiant about her right to be funny in her own way; she writes for herself, not liberals or conservatives or the politically correct. Kimmy Schmidt took some online heat last season for a Native American subplot. “There’s a real culture of demanding apologies, and I’m opting out of that,” Fey said at the time. “Steer clear of the internet and you’ll live forever.”

She is therefore the rare comedian who has no Twitter account. “It feels very fun to me not to be on it,” she says. “It’s like a comfy blanket.”

You heard her: Everybody out. We’re packing it all in. The internet’s over. If you wish to comment on this post, please write your comments on a sheet of paper, throw it in your nearest garbage can, and go outside instead.

Tina Fey’s Secret to Immortality: No Internet