chris.ph wrote:we could have a competition "whos the illest" i:lol:
Well said Roger!CallMeShirley wrote:This is terrible news; not many writers are irreplacable, but Mr. Pratchett is certainly one of those. I realise this sounds a bit egoistic, but there you have it. I really came here to write some kind of fanletter, but now all the funny puns I had thought up, seems to have escaped me.
If you read this, Mr. Pratchett, please keep in mind that your unique work will stand for many generations, and much more important, will be read. Unlike, say, the works of 99% of all Nobel prize laureates or even Hans Christian Andersen, whose tales also are really written for adults, but are read only by people that gets paid to do so. And the comparison is not accidental either, which anyone that has taken the trouble of actually reading Andersen will realise.
Sorry if this sounds like an eulogy. I wish I could write something encouraging, but I'm not going to insult your courage or your intelligence.
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