I didn't mind the vulgarity and attitude. I didn't find it amusing or clever either.
I thought the advice to use a simple food dehydrator was very misguiding. It doesn't take too many hops to fill a few racks on a dehydrator. This might be fine for a couple of plants the first year to two, but many growers will grow a LOT more than a dehydrator can handle. Not that owning a dehydrator is a bad thing in itself, but for instance I started with 3 plants, and the past 2 years I grew them up 6 strings.
Just those 6 strings filled a screen stretched across my 4x8 utility trailer TWICE. I had to dry in two sessions this year (last year I actually placed a second screen above the first, but this year due to scheduling I couldn't harvest all at one time).
My Chinook were ready before I was, so by the time I got to picking they were toast. The Hallertauer didn't fare very well, and produced only a few. I may move them next year.