J-I_B wrote:I can't even really count the ways that I disagree with you on this. I think TFE is, if not the the best DW novel, certainly among the top 3, even with the desultory Colon-Nobs subplot.
Have I ever claimed to be the best speller in the world? No.
Did I recently state that my electronic dictionary had broken? Yes.
Have I ever said that it doesn't matter about spelling so long as people understand what you mean? Yes.
Did I pull you up fo a spelling mistake? No.
Did I pull you up for being slapdash and not even bothering to see if you had typed your signature correctly? Yes.
Did I make any comment about the fact that you can't even spell correctly one of the main characters from a DW book you claim is in your top 3? No.
Did it take me less than 30 seconds to find one of your spelling mistakes? Yes.
...and from the same post:
J-I_B wrote:For the first time, she becomes his true partner, and, by becoming pregnant, she gives transforms Vimes from someone who sees himself as nothing but a copper to a man who will soon have a larger and meaningful purpose in life, creating the 'ultimate' Vimes of Night Watch and Thud!
There are just so many amazing scenes in this book: The bandit attack, where we first see Vimes's cool-and-collected persona emerge;
I reckon there are four mistakes in this bit.
Did I pull you up about them? No.