All’s well that ends well?
MSNBC and Mother Jones’ David Corn, who had a quick meltdown this morning on his way out of town at the Union Station Barnes & Noble, now has his newly released book, Showdown, well-displayed. One of our spies passed by the store during lunch and sent us this photograph as proof that minor temper tantrums can and do work.
Corn says no shouting occurred and insists our spy is way off, but our witness says things got so heated that people stopped to stare as the author objected to the fact that his book wasn’t prominently displayed as was promised to him.
Above you will see that Corn prevailed — the book is now front and center and easily accessible to those who visit the bookshop.
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