Milo Yiannopoulos’ controversial book to be sold in stores
Sometimes you just have to shake your head in disbelief and wonder just how stupid some of the executives at big corporations can be?. How did these morons ever rise to their positions? Why do executive boards continue to pick guys to run a book company who have no experience in the book business? More importantly, why hire a CEO who has no understanding of the field the company is in? Barnes and Noble has had a series of mis-steps in the last couple of years.
But the controversy that has driven pre-orders for "Dangerous" has also made promotion unusually complicated. The year-old Breitbart editor, born in Greece and raised in England, is a walking challenge to free speech principles. A vocal supporter of President Donald Trump, Yiannopoulos has made vicious comments about Muslims, women and others, and on his web site offers such products as "Feminism is Cancer" T-shirts and "Fat Shaming Works" hoodies. His harassment campaign last summer against "Ghostbusters" star Leslie Jones led to his banishment from Twitter. Yiannopoulos' talks have sparked protests, shouting matches and occasional violence at stops around the country. On Wednesday, the University of California, Berkeley cancelled a scheduled talk by Milo after violent protests broke out. A man was shot and wounded at protests outside his Jan.
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Although Yiannnopoulos' book has managed to crack the top five on the New York Times Bestseller list for hardcover nonfiction, the book is nowhere to be found on the shelves of America's largest physical bookseller. Since then, the retailer's Facebook page has been inundated with hundreds of angry comments from Milo's fans, with many asking why they can't buy "Dangerous" in stores. Once to order and once to pick it up. Others stated that they would avoid the hassle by ordering their copy of "Dangerous" from Amazon, while others accused the bookseller of not having the courage to display a book penned by a controversial author. The author began his rant by asking the company to stop telling customers that it was the publisher's decision not to stock the book on store shelves. Shortly after the Berkeley riots, Yiannopoulos resigned from Breitbart.