Barnes & Noble decides to carry O.J. book

guitargod2112

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Ha! That's the first time I've seen that cover. I love the placement of "If". I don't know much about why the Goldmans have the rights they do about all this. Can someone enlighten me?
 

CM Mark

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Ha! That's the first time I've seen that cover. I love the placement of "If". I don't know much about why the Goldmans have the rights they do about all this. Can someone enlighten me?
I also love how blurry and barely legible the word "If" is on the cover too. I honestly may pick this up. But I want to hear Charlie's side of the story too
 

Longinus

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I need to look that book up. I bet it's right next to The Satanic Bible and the Ted Bundy autobiography.
 

Ballbuster1

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They were only going to offer it online until they got so many preorders and
questions about it. Now they don't want to pass up a money making opportunity.

"We do not intend to promote the book, but we will stock it in our stores because our customers are asking for it."
So offering a press release about why you're selling a book you said
you wouldn't won't be noticed and carried by all the news agencies?
Cheapest way to promote anything these days.
Barnes & Noble is anything but noble.