It's titled, "Why Chicken Wings No Longer Have Bones"
While I will always choose actual wings over boneless any day, I can't say I hate a boneless wing. But I love the final quote of the piece by Jim Knisley, a contributor to Canadian Poultry magazine:
"At the many, and frequent, wing gatherings we partake in, there is always a wing-vs.-drumstick split that goes on, but I have yet to see a `boneless' camp show up and make their presence known," he says. "You eat wings and drums with your fingers, getting all saucy in the process, and you require a napkin – or 20 – at the end. "With the boneless wings, you eat the damn things with a knife and fork, require no napkin and you look like a tool.""
Like a tool. Priceless.