Sunday, February 27, 2011

Stuff Black People Don't Like Year One now available at Amazon.com

Press release for SBPDL Year One: 365 Days in Black Run America is available at SPBDL 2.0. If you have a blog, run a Web site, use Twitter, Facebook or have an e-mail list would you do the me the favor of sending out this link and the press release?

I'm going to be on three radio shows this week already and feel that if only one Web site, such as Newsone.com, Blackvoices.com, Theroot.com or Thegrio.com talks about SBPDL the fun could really begin.

Send a link to your favorite writers at National Review or the newspaper columnist in your town.

We at Stuff Black People Don't Like decided that Attorney General Eric Holder was right. We were a "nation of cowards" once. Now for the first time, everything you've ever wanted to know about Black people is available in one book.

It's time to have that conversation. Start by reading Stuff Black People Don't Like Year One, then pass it on to a friend. You can get it on right now on Amazon.

Help us move it up the sales list at Amazon.

For those with blogs or Web sites, I'm up for doing interviews. Contact at SBPDL1@gmail.com

And a mighty thanks to all those loyal readers who send in stories, help edit (Mencken), post interesting feedback and have helped make this Web site something much more then the "joke" it was started as. This book is for you.




9 comments:

OneSTDV said...

Please post links to the radio interviews if available.

I've also added a link to Amazon on my site (see "Random Insight" on side bar).

B .Herder said...

Rock On 'bro' ;^)

Anonymous said...

If this book isnt flat out ignored by major stockists i can see vested interest groups coming after you.

Hope the thing that happened to Salman Rushdie doesnt happen to you.

Good luck Dude.

Anonymous said...

SBPDL,

"We at Stuff Black People Don't Like decided that Attorney General Eric Holder was right. We were a "nation of cowards" once. Now for the first time, everything you've ever wanted to know about Black people is available in one book."


When Eric Holder said we are a nation of cowards when it came down to race, he meant all of us.

It was more of an academic discussion on the true racial condition of this nation. Not how one group sucks more than another group.

The way we all say one thing and practice another.

Mr.X

Anonymous said...

"If this book isnt flat out ignored by major stockists i can see vested interest groups coming after you.
Hope the thing that happened to Salman Rushdie doesnt happen to you.

Good luck Dude."

I don't how familiar you are with literature, "controversy" both real and imagined is nothing new. Most of the people who will read this book will either be followers of this ideology or avid readers who are just morbidly curious. No death threats, riots, or book burnings. Sorry buddy!


When you really think about it this site is doing nothing more than what we all do everyday with friends and family. Talk about sports, music, politics, food, news stories, etc..

Mr. X

Stuff Black People Don't Like said...

Appreciate the help OneSTDV. I set a goal of 1,000 sales.

I plan to send out the press release on Wednesday hyping a few media appearances that are coming up.

Mr. X,

You are correct. I went over to the Amazon page today and was shocked to see three reviews already (2 positive, 1 negative). If followers of this Blog have the capability of posting reviews on Amazon, I encourage you do head over to the page and do so (only after you read the book of course).

Anonymous said...

"It was more of an academic discussion on the true racial condition of this nation. Not how one group sucks more than another group."

OK, Malcolm X,

Please tell us why blacks are causing so many problems in America, and why have they created this "true racial condition"? Because another way to say "true racial condition" dropping the PC bullshit is "black people act like animals and are not civilized and white people want to get away from them". Our "condition", as you so nicely put it, is actually our nation's little "black problem".

Why are so many blacks unable to assimilate and live with the rules of the dominant culture?
Do you realize that it is blacks who choose to create such a problem for themselves?

You are not really saying anything valuable, just making lots of noise. Give us something real. Go help your people instead of blaming whitey.

Anonymous said...

Good luck with the book, SBPDL. You are exposing a very nasty sore in the black "community".

When someone says they do not like me, I look at myself to find out why I am offensive. Then I make changes so that I am more likable, or I choose to live a sad, lonely, pathetic loser life with no friends and become a victim of my own choices.

This is what blacks need to do. Instead of constantly hollering about their imagined grievances and behaving like spoiled children, they should look at their behaviors and attitudes and make changes to be more likable in the eyes of the dominant culture - white people.

I know many blacks who have surrendered their so called "blackness" and made an agreement to compromise, to assimilate instead of agitate. They are successful, highly paid, and living well for the most part. Even if white people don't fully accept them, they are allowed to participate fully. At least white people do not run like hell from them. Not so for the authentically black/race hustlers/agitators.

Black people need to get real with themselves about their own "racial condition" caused by their separatism, victimology, and dishonesty. It is the only way they will ever be accepted.

If we could just cut off the welfare gravy train, blacks would have no choice but to behave themselves. Assimilate or starve.

Jason Robinson said...

You are a troll......Have you heard anything about the presidential election? Whites are the minority, needing to assimilate to the majority!!
Why do THEY kill mass amounts of people? I think that's more of a problem than any race can bring....
People like you spread your cancerous beliefs undercover like cowards so minorities cant ever get a equal chance of opportunity...
There will NEVER be a book, that can define black people and speak forEVERYONE....I love classic rock,swimming,punk rock,once engaged to a white woman, does that make me less black?
What about guys n gals like me? Do we have a section in any book? No