"I covered up Glen Beck's books at Costco today"
I covered up Glen Beck's books at Costco today.
[Congratulations! You just earned your DUmmie Webelo badge for censorship.]
I put other books on top so that people couldn't see them. Is that wrong? It didn't feel wrong.
[Too bad for you, the other books were written by Michelle Malkin and Mark Levin so you still are a loser. Now on to your fellow DUmmies...]
I did that last time I saw Coulter's lies on display Good job!
[A DUmmie admitting that he too is a loser.]
And they're still bestsellers. Think how many more would sell if we didn't do this.
[The mark of book success is when DUmmies desperately try to hide them.]
They are "best-sellers" because right-wing billionaires and organizations buy them in bulk to prop up the sales figures. The fact that they are "best-sellers" is an illusion.
[Karl Rove making the rounds of bookstores with sacks full of cash.]
The exact same amount of books would sell, dumbass. If some random shithead wants a Glenn Beck book, he will find it, no problem. Do you really think that a half-assed attempt at hiding a giant stack of a bestseller will stop anyone from finding them for more than a minute? Glenn Beck fans are nothing if not determined.
[An accurate description of the thread author.]
As an author whose books have been sold at Costco, I wish you hadn't done it. It's one thing to have political views, but it's another thing to disrupt commerce in a sneaky way. And, yes, I'm sure you don't think you were sneaky about it. But it's a childish thing to do, and it accomplishes nothing, contributes nothing...................
[One thing for certain. This wasn't posted by Pied Piper Pitt. Costco doesn't sell vanity press books.]
I do it everytime too - Target, Borders and Barnes & Noble this week... I always turn them upside down and face the cover to the wall. Then I place a larger book in front of them. I've been doing this for a few years now. It gives me much pleasure - a perverse little thrill!
[And caused you to drip gallons of excited drool.]
I've done that in Borders and in Barnes and Noble.
[The DUmmie version of one-up-manship.]
I just walk by a browser and say "You're not going to actually BUY that crap, are you?
[How many teeth do you have left?]
Please don't play "activist" by making more work for some underpaid wage slave. How many unemployed trust fund babies post on this website, anyway?
[We know of at least one from Bukowski's.]
How about putting notes inside the Beck books? Print up a bunch of little slips of paper that says, "You're an idiot." and place them in the middle of the book for the reader to discover halfway through the book. Or perhaps a positive message about liberals or a damning quote from the author? Be creative if you want to protest.
[Or, better yet, how about if I feature your stupid post and leave a note following it in the DUmmie FUnnies that says, "You're an idiot," DUmmie DUlover2909?]
A wad of liberal snot would work better. Something that they can easily understand.
[Posted the DUmmie sophisticate.]
is it against their policy to take a book into the restroom with you and take a dump on it? Yes, I know. It is not allowed, and it may be considered shoplifting to bring an item into the restroom, even if you had to just relieve yourself on it. There are no easy answers.
[How about if we take a dump on a DUmmie?]