Danny B wrote:I'd also like to chip in with the discussion on whether or not Moist can have any moral authority in the story, due to his despicable and reprehensible actions in the past.
As someone with a less than perfect moral record myself, I like to believe he can.
Jan Van Quirm wrote:Sorry chief - at least we've established that Vetinari isn't a Golem - much
Trish wrote:(A) Employed frees may have their chem altered --see Mr Pump, who is permitted to harm humans in the course of his work.
(B) Owned golems cannot have their chem altered by their owner /employer.
Not on this thread, but I'll start a new one.poohbcarrot wrote:Can't we have a poll Tony?
1. Love Moist
2. Like Moist
3. He's so-so
4. Don't like Moist
5. Hate Moist
Bet more people like or love him than don't like him or hate him.
Tina a.k.a.SusanSto.Helit wrote:He ruined Gilt by using the truth.
Tina a.k.a.SusanSto.Helit wrote:No lies, simply telling everyone in the UU's Great Hall ... what the trunk's scheme did after going through the Dearheart information seeing how they were scammed.
They are. But there's more to them than that.Bouncy Castle wrote:Blimey.
And there was me thinking the books were just a rollicking good read!
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