Oh goddamn it, this is the 4th interview I've put up, with six more complete and ready to go up and because I've copied and pasted the introduction, they all have that typo and I can't fix them until tomorrow because I'm away from my computer. Thanks for pointing it out, I'll get it fixed as quickly as possible.I hope it is tight knit or am I missing something from being bald and still in the AH community?
Ignoring me doesn't change what you've written on your blog. There was no moral case to be made for the Sad/Rabid Puppies and you endorsed them never the less, Chris. They were a movement built on and spawned from hate and a belief that our community is the preserve of white men.Weirdly enough, the first time i looked at the interview on my laptop it crashed ... is that a good or bad sign <grin>
You've got a... reputation Chris. A reputation for having some pretty extreme views and saying some pretty extreme things. The idea that you've not refuted or abandoned them is disturbing.Weirdly enough, the first time i looked at the interview on my laptop it crashed ... is that a good or bad sign <grin>
To make one thing entirely clear. The decision to do and put up this interview was one solely and entirely of my own. Nobody else was involved in it. So if that decision makes you rethink anything, let it be clear that Tom Black and anyone who actually benefits financially from this site had no part in this decision, and were not consulted in it.I'm not even going to lie to anybody. I've been thinking about this for the past day and to be frank, it's making me rethink this community and my participation in it. If we're going to be providing a platform for people like Chris to brush off their political beliefs and activities in the SF/F community, like I don't know if I want to keep writing here.