The cognitive contortions continue in Puppydom. John C Wright, a man who famously lost his shit over two cartoon characters holding hands (http://www.scifiwright.com/2015/04/perverting-the-story-to-kiddie-propaganda/ ) is still busy trying to work out why he needs to be supporting Milo Yianoppoulis. Luckily he reminds us of one factor in the cross-puppy support for the fading bully. http://www.scifiwright.com/2017/02/milo-and-the-bookstore/
Ah yes, the now unfortunately titled ‘Forbidden Thoughts’ https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/33790433-forbidden-thoughts featuring Brad R. Torgersen, Brian Niemeier, John C. Wright, L. Jagi Lamplighter, Larry Correia, Nick Cole, Ray Blank, Sarah Hoyt, Tom Kratman, and Vox Day. Oh and with a forward by Milo Yiannopoulos.
That title always sounded to me more like something targeting the erotica end of the market but I guess the people at ‘Superversive Press’ felt it sounds edgy and rebellious. And here lies a lesson branding that I’m sure Mad Genius could do an excellent job of explaining if it wasn’t quite so close to home.
Not surprisingly Brian Niemeier has his own defence of Milo piece http://www.brianniemeier.com/2017/02/milo-witch-hunt.html
And Brad Torgersen has now got a very angry not-talking-about-Milo-while-talking-about Milo piece on his blog. https://bradrtorgersen.wordpress.com/2017/02/22/how-the-ctrl-left-make-it-impossible-to-be-a-nice-conservative/ Yes, it is all about how the left are meany heads because they, gasp, call people mean names. Yes, this is from Brad.
Meanwhile, Larry Correia continues to win Puppy-with-the-most-commonsense of the year award and is sensibly staying well away from this nonsense (at least for the time being).