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Nitz the Bloody

Subj: Re: ROD, TOD, AND HOMER theory of fandom
Posted: Sat Mar 31, 2007 at 07:38:21 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: ROD, TOD, AND HOMER theory of fandom
Posted: Tue Mar 27, 2007 at 12:05:50 pm EDT

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Unfortunately, in the absence of bad, there can be no good; if you want to say that something is a quality work, there has to be the possibility of a lack of quality to make that statement mean anything. Bad comics do exist, otherwise we wouldn't have good comics by comparison.

> Unfortunately, in the absence of bad, there can be no good; if you want to say that something is a quality work, there has to be the possibility of a lack of quality to make that statement mean anything. Bad comics do exist, otherwise we wouldn't have good comics by comparison.

You and Omar both... Where you would get that I somehow don't believe in the existence of bad comics is beyond me. It's like if I'd said alot of people are bad drivers, and you got out of that that I was saying was that all cars are great. \(\?\)

I made no comment on comics, except to the extent that alot of comics and talent are bearing the brunt of alot of poorly thought out ugliness. I was talking about readers, and their reading, analytical, and critical skills. I was talking about how sick I am of post after post of ignorant whining and insulting comments directed at the creators.



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