I don't let writers fill my head with 'idealistic drivel'. I see right through the heavy-handed attempts at liberal propoganda in so much sci-fi; that's why I say most new stuff is crap. Read Heinlein's early works (the juveniles) or Starship Troopers, Moon is a Harsh Mistress, Double Star,
or The Door into Summer
. Half the time he writers things you hear on this forum!
Today, there are few writers not pushing an 'agenda'. IMHO, Card and Willis are two of them. Jerry Pournelle also seems to be "one of us" and there's a guy named James Hogan who seems to be libertarian, but other than that you'll find shelves full of liberal ideas and theories.
posted on 03/07/2002 11:33:04 AM PST
I don't let writers fill my head with 'idealistic drivel'.
Awww! Come on! It's fun. It makes you feel goooooood....
Heh, your post is number 42, heh, heh, that's cool.
posted on 03/07/2002 11:50:07 AM PST
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