Rolling Stone may end up proving that there's no such thing as bad publicity.
The magazine likely won't be hurt by the social media firestorm and subsequent boycott over putting one of the alleged Boston bombers on the front cover. On the contrary, it could even see a boost, experts said on Thursday.Gee, didn't some silly cracker say just that yesterday? I should go buy a lottery ticket... Every single one of you that got all worked up about this cover? Yeah, you're part of the problem. Rolling Stone just played y'all like a finely tuned instrument. Your outrage fueled their ad campaign. That includes our illustrious mayor Mumbles...
Best to ignore crap like this, seriously.
That is all.