Orson Scott Card Rips J.K. Rowling

Over a week old, but still worth the read:

J.K. Rowling, Lexicon and Oz

I fully expect that the outcome of this lawsuit will be:

1. Publication of Lexicon will go on without any problem or prejudice, because it clearly falls within the copyright law’s provision for scholarly work, commentary and review.

2. Rowling will be forced to pay Steven Vander Ark’s legal fees, since her suit was utterly without merit from the start.

3. People who hear about this suit will have a sour taste in their mouth about Rowling from now on. Her Cinderella story once charmed us. Her greedy evil-witch behavior now disgusts us. And her next book will be perceived as the work of that evil witch.

It’s like her stupid, self-serving claim that Dumbledore was gay. She wants credit for being very up-to-date and politically correct – but she didn’t have the guts to put that supposed “fact” into the actual novels, knowing that it might hurt sales.

What a pretentious, puffed-up coward. When I have a gay character in my fiction, I say so right in the book. I don’t wait until after it has had all its initial sales to mention it.

I’ve said from the start the lawsuit was a mistake.

The backlash from it could cost her more than she expected.

Previously here:

J.K. Rowling Trial Ends
Thanks To … Someone
J.K. Rowling Is In NYC For Her Silly Lawsuit
More About That J.K. Rowling Lawsuit
J.K. Rowling Is Wrong
Quote: J.K. Rowling
J.K. Rowling: A Year In The Life

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4 Comments on “Orson Scott Card Rips J.K. Rowling”

  1. Miley-Cyrus-Fan Says:

    hmm.. thank you very much. usefull information

  2. mikecane Says:

    Hey, you perv. I deleted your URL. Do that here again and I’ll mark you Spam in Akismet and you’ll be fucked for posting most anywhere. I’ve deleted your other Comment.

  3. applefinder Says:

    Just wanted to let everyone know J.K.’s new book is due for release on Dec 04, 2008 but it can be pre-ordered from amazon here



  4. mikecane Says:

    And to try to sneak in your goddammed shopping site. I deleted that URL. Do you dimwits think I *won’t* check to see wtf you’re linking to?

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