There’s no way this can be right:
Rolling Stone’s controversial cover featuring alleged Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in what appeared to many to be a cover boy pose caused a spasm of controversy—and also a 102% increase in sales.
The magazine sold 13,232 copies of the issue the week of its release, more than double the sales from the same period of the previous year.
So Rolling Stone, with all its writers and layers of editors and fact-checkers, the art department, layout people, and everything else it takes to put out a magazine… has fewer buyers than a slow day here at VodkaPundit has readers.
No way. I call BS on those sales figures.