Some sobering news. Created 11 years ago2007-12-15 23:00:38 UTC by Archie Archie

Created 11 years ago2007-12-15 23:00:38 UTC by Archie Archie

Posted 11 years ago2007-12-15 23:00:38 UTC Post #241109
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-15 23:02:49 UTC Post #241110
Old news to us #twhlers. Still :zomg:
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-15 23:12:18 UTC Post #241112
Who.
Luke LukeLuke
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-15 23:21:47 UTC Post #241116
Terry Pratchett. He wrote a very popular series of books on a place called the Discworld. I haven't read them myself, but I remember the animated series they made from it and I know the books are pretty well-loved.
AJ AJGlorious Overlord
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 00:35:45 UTC Post #241120
... WHO? :confused:
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 00:40:49 UTC Post #241122
lolwut?
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 02:47:29 UTC Post #241140
Oh.
Luke LukeLuke
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 02:52:23 UTC Post #241142
Sorry, I'm still shit-faced.
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 09:22:04 UTC Post #241185
I remember the Discworld game series - they were awesome!
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 14:08:26 UTC Post #241204
Those of you who are unaware of Pratchett's brilliance are clearly american.
Archie ArchieGoodbye Moonmen
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 20:27:49 UTC Post #241254
^ The truth.
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 20:29:58 UTC Post #241256
I've heard of Pratchett before, but I generally don't read novels. So I can't say I'm familiar with any of his work :confused:
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 20:31:01 UTC Post #241257
His novels are the only ones I have ever and will ever read. Also the games are indeed awesome.
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 21:29:17 UTC Post #241260
Those of you who are unaware of Pratchett's brilliance are clearly american.
Clearly.
His novels are the only ones I have ever and will ever read.
How is it possible to get through life without reading any other novels than his? I mean, how did you even manage to get through high school?
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 21:59:58 UTC Post #241263
Can't say I've heard of him before. And to the people who're shunning the people who haven't heard of him: shut up. I could say the same about Garth Nix, and I doubt many people here have heard of him, and I know that not everyone would like his work. There are people who don't like certain genres of books, so stop being such idiots.
Penguinboy PenguinboyHaha, I died again!
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 22:01:26 UTC Post #241266
Those of you who are unaware of Pratchett's brilliance are clearly american.
Sometimes I forget how retarded I am for being born on a different land mass than you. Amazing what that can do to human intelligence. How does it feel to be superior?
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 22:26:02 UTC Post #241272
Can't say I've heard of him before. And to the people who're shunning the people who haven't heard of him: shut up. I could say the same about Garth Nix, and I doubt many people here have heard of him, and I know that not everyone would like his work. There are people who don't like certain genres of books, so stop being such idiots.
You get one point for truth, and another for capitals. ;)
Strider StriderTuned to a dead channel.
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-16 22:29:22 UTC Post #241273
Those of you who are unaware of Pratchett's brilliance are clearly american.
Sometimes I forget how retarded I am for being born on a different land mass than you. Amazing what that can do to human intelligence. How does it feel to be superior?
I think Hunter only said that because the author isn't well known in America, and I guess he is in other parts of the world. I don't think there was an underlying message that we're all stupid or something. And, actually, everybody who hadn't heard of him (except Penguinboy) WAS American. ;)
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-17 00:47:16 UTC Post #241286
Yeah. Im with the rest of the Americans. Never heard of him.
I'll have to check out the Discworld series tho.
What're they about?
Tetsu0 Tetsu0Original Cowboy
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-17 01:05:25 UTC Post #241295
Those of you who are unaware of Pratchett's brilliance are clearly american.
The operating system that you use to browse this website and insult us was clearly developed by Americans.
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-21 23:55:42 UTC Post #241693
Ah, yes, I have read about Discworld, and indeed know who he is.
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-22 09:34:10 UTC Post #241710
Garth Nix is a good author, but he's definately no pratchett
Archie ArchieGoodbye Moonmen
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-22 11:04:05 UTC Post #241715
I'll have to check out the Discworld series tho.
What're they about?
The Discworld.

I've read The Colour of Magic and like part 19 in the series, I forget the name. One in English, one in Swedish. Enjoyed them thoroughly.
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-23 22:32:37 UTC Post #241828
I'm astonished by how many people haven't heard of him.
Seventh-Monkey Seventh-MonkeyPretty nifty
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-24 22:09:15 UTC Post #241872
I've never heard of him.

But then, there are tons of famous writers that I've never heard of.
satchmo satchmoWhat you can do today should have been done yesterday.
Posted 11 years ago2007-12-24 22:31:54 UTC Post #241873
What satchmo said
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