I remember Christmas 2015, when some humor writer suggested that he could become a hero to his nieces by simply picking a random object from his house, say, an ironing board, spray-painting the word "Frozen " on it, and wrapping it for Christmas.
I had a parallel example at the independent bookstore in Concord, NH yesterday. Looking at the "staff recommended," "new arrivals," " bestseller," "political," "humor," and magazine sections, I decided one could make a little spare cash pretty quickly these days by writing just about anything, going to a publisher with the idea of putting an anti-Trump title on it, and getting those presses rolling. He's orange. He's hateful. He's unprecedented. Americans are stupid. He's stupid. It's the end of the republic. He's much worse than any president ever. God, he's funny-looking. And obnoxious. Lots of his people are obnoxious, too. Or maybe just stupid. It's noble to oppose him. Let's stand up and say we don't like him. So people will know.
I admit that we are operating in the categories of "Concord, NH," and "independent bookstore," so this is entirely predictable, but still. It's a real place, these are real people.
If the cover is good enough, does it need to have printed pages inside? Remember the blank page review?
More winning by Trump, eh?
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