Ray Bradbury not Amused by the Internet

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BaggerX

GET OFF MY LAWN!!

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johnny3144

"It's distracting. It's meaningless; it's not real. It's in the air somewhere."

anybody else find this ironic coming from sci-fi author?

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quicks0rt

lol

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exaltedbladder

To hell with you, ray bradbury.

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alanmc76

 I find it ironic that the man who wrote about the banning and burning of books would give the finger to the greatest innovation to free speach and journalism that the world has ever seen.  So, the future is not quite what he envisioned back in the 60's and 70's.  What a shame.

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quicks0rt

Think he's about to kick the bucket? Sure seems like it. lol

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kd7kip

I agree with Bradbury...

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alanmc76

 And yet you are reading, and participating via the world wide web.  On a PC entusaists' site, no less.  Do I detect a bit of sarcasm, or what?

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nekollx

 you sure he's a sci-fi author not fantasy?

 

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kd7mvs

Bradbury isn't hard Science Fiction, he's more of the Speculitive Fiction camp, with a leaning toward Fantasy or Fable.  More likely to show up in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction than Analog.  More Social/Psychological than Hard Science.

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