Meta: Tuckerizations and Character Names
cabbagewielder at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 30 18:09:10 PST 2006
> Real writers use the names of people they know >
that's a fact: otherwise
> they'd be picking names out of the phonebook.
Most real writers ask-- to avoid just this type of
situation. Even if it is only borrowing part of a
> Apparently. Was I in
> the wrong for doing so? Hell no! And I strongly
> resent the suggestion
> that I was. As far as I am concerned the ball is in
> Jesse's court. He
> needs to get a clue. Period.
It isn't like you didn't have fair warning. I have
had a clear and well known stance on the issue that
has not changed. Any one with a lick of common sense
who knew that wouldn't have said: 'I could-- but I'd
better not'. It isn't just WHAT you did with the
Willey charcter it is that it exists at all. I'm the
process of writing/plotting an LNH-Y story that
handles that counterparts mess. Your harm, your foul.
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