Originally Posted by m@T
yeah i agree, none of them have the sack to walk up to him and say "im that guy that torments you on the web" - theyll skulk around in the corners, then show up at FNB gloating about some crap they spotted.
Who torments him on the web? Also, some of the "crap spotted" has already begun to surface on http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...ad.php?t=53846
Anyone is free to plug or discuss his book on FNB.com too, including the author, including you. Its not like Ive banned anyone...well maybe Tommy Cheese a dozen times.
Anyway, if what you are saying that certain people are overly protected and that they cannot endure any criticism of their work because they are hammered into corners by the harsh tyranny of other MBs, then I understand what youre saying.
As far as talking about his book on my MB, people are going to talk about it responsibly. They may not agree with what he writes, they may love it but the discussion will be handled with the maturity and excitement an event like this deserves. I cant always be there the moment someone writes something petty but Ill be making sure it doesnt get personal.
I will not tolerate negative comments without considered reasoning for their utterance. There is no institutional bent against the author of the Suit on my website. Quite the contrary, I am hoping it is enjoyable...and I have every expectaion that it will be.
I picked up a copy at Barnes and Noble yesterday. I found it only because the reference desk person was kind enough to keep searching for it. I saw that it was nestled amongst about 100 women's books. Harper Collins needs to get this book out of "Beauty and Grooming" and into "Business" if Men are going to notice it.