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Monday, January 02, 2017

Gay conservative Milo gets a $250,000 book advance from Simon & Schuster

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  1. What can anyone do about Milo? Me? I just shrug my shoulders, shake my head and sigh.

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    1. "How do you solve a problem like the Milo?"

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  2. The word "diversity" does not mean what CRB thinks it means. They could have announced they would not review any book Milo wrote, but no, they went full SJW. As Insty says, never go full SJW. Let's wait and see if S&S caves into the threat. I'd guess they've already taken this type of reaction into account before deciding to extend their offer of the advance. I'll be waiting for CRB to push for a yuuuuge book burning next.

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  3. Milo could probably offer those losing Democrats some advice.

    "Eighties shirt, treyf shoes, who does your hair...?"

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  4. Last week my three year old granddaughter asked a pierced and tattooed waitress three times whether she was a girl or a boy before being answered that she was a girl. My granddaughter then looked at their like she didn't believe the answer given. I'd give a thousand bucks to have been there.

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  5. "The Chicago Review of Books is dedicated to diverse voices in literature." For varying values of "diverse". Milo is not diverse enough for them, but I imagine Milo will go show them in person how diverse he is, and how perverse their values ate. Messin' with Milo, I understand, gives Milo cause to go messin' back. I hope being one state away will be far enough from the blast zone.

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    1. "...values ARE." Not "ate". Fingers failed. Phooey.

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  6. I'm happy for Milo, he's made all the right enemies and I'm sure his book will be a yuuuge success!

    What frosts me is that fat talentless- but politically correct!- idiots like Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer get so very much more. Schumer's don't-bother-to-read book of feminazi drivel got a $7M advance, if you can believe it!



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