October 6, 2007
I was expecting Going Postal to be ignored [but during] the two weeks that I was able to dedicate to promoting it, I got a lot of radio interviews and press reviews. Everybody had a strong reaction to it. A lot of people thought what I think – that it’s obvious. Within America, it was best received by [both] the far-left and the business world. Mainstream liberals or literary types were bothered by it. Hipsters, typical eXile readers, were bothered by it being serious because serious things destroy their world-view. Jason Walsh interviews Mark Ames.