According their online tally, the Indigo at Yorkdale sold 137 copies yesterday and still has 243 in stock.
The shop at Mount Sinai hospital stocked a less optimistic 25 and today still has them all.
Upon seeing the book at Indigo, I did what the stereotypically aliterate Ford follower would do and immediately gravitated to the pictures--and what struck me is how (notwithstanding clothing and haircut fashions of whatever day) basically *normal* the family looked through the 70s and 80s, in their blue-collar aristocratic way. Even Rob doesn't necessarily look like a foretelling of future fatf*ckitude.
Between the Fords and "Trump's America", it's like something happened over the past quarter century or more that's turned onetime happy regular-looking folk into pained, contorted grotesques...a societal something-or-another than goes beyond raw economics. (It's a good thing Toronto Life reproduced a lot of those.)
If you're just counting stock levels, you might be missing the mid-day shipment of 500 copies to replenish the depleted stocks...Without Doug there to attract Ford Nation, yesterday Yorkdale only sold 13 copies. Two at Mount Sinai.
And don't worry, this will be my final update.
Joe Warmington Verified account @joe_warmington
clr Giorgio Mammoliti says he and Doug Ford will be at his CH office 2pm 2start sticker and poster campaign 2 fight "Tory's taxes and tolls"
Mark Towhey Verified account @towhey 7h7 hours ago
2016: John Tory introduces Road Tolls on the Gardiner & DVP. 2018: Mayor Doug Ford.