Capitalism rarely has a conscience. You may be tempted to laud Simon & Schuster for cancelling Milo Yiannopoulos’s book deal. Not so fast. If you’re unsure what this is about, read this piece of mine from yesterday. tl;dr is that some video came to light of Milo making statements that
A good place to start with Milo would be giving him a book. Milo Yiannopoulos is a two-time college dropout who uses his homosexuality and Jewish heritage to craft a brand of novelty hatred. He’s also not terribly bright. Did you watch this part of Milo’s appearance on Bill Maher?
Few know what’s going to go big. If everyone did, the first editor to read Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone would have proclaimed “Holy fuck Jesus YES! Here’s a big advance! Take our money! PLEASE!” But nope. She got rejected more times than you wanted to punch Draco Malfoy
Science: Based on all this research, we can safely conclude that this is a thing, and that this other thing that you believe is a thing is not a thing. People: But! But! My anecdotes! Love low carb? Crazy for keto? Parts out for paleo? These are things you are