Alec Baldwin wrote an essay called "I Give Up" for New York Magazine and it's as spectacular as you would expect.
For those that don't remember, trouble in the actor's relationship with the media and public life started in June after the funeral of the late actor James Gandolfini, when a reporter accused his wife Hilaria of live-tweeting the funeral. Baldwin responded by calling the reporter a "toxic little queen." To make matters worse, in November, following a particularly intense trial of a woman accused and later convicted of stalking Baldwin, he reportedly called a photographer a "cocksucking fag." All of that happened at a time when Baldwin was trying to build a career as a talk show host for MSNBC, a gig he was eventually fired from pretty much because of those two incidents.