History Trivia / TheEyeOfArgon

11th Aug '14 10:58:31 AM PhilosophyZombie
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* OldShame: Unusual in that Jim Theis didn't write anything else, but did complain, at one point, that the damage the story was doing to his reputation was unfair considering he wrote it thirty years earlier at age sixteen. However, he was a good enough sport about it that he'd read it out at conventions.

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* OldShame: Unusual in that Jim Theis didn't write anything else, but did complain, at one point, complain that the damage the story was doing to his reputation was unfair considering he wrote it thirty years earlier at age sixteen. However, he was a good enough sport about it that he'd read it out at conventions.
11th Aug '14 10:54:50 AM PhilosophyZombie
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* OldShame: Unusual in that Jim Theis didn't write anything else, but did complain, at one point, that the damage the story was doing to his reputation was unfair considering he wrote it thirty years earlier at age sixteen.
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* OldShame: Unusual in that Jim Theis didn't write anything else, but did complain, at one point, that the damage the story was doing to his reputation was unfair considering he wrote it thirty years earlier at age sixteen.
sixteen. However, he was a good enough sport about it that he'd read it out at conventions.
* OneBookAuthorOneBookAuthor: Jim Theis died March 26, 2002, apparently of heart trouble. He was only 48.
21st Dec '13 7:33:30 AM Necromaster
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* AccidentallyAccurate - There is in fact such a thing as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_beryl scarlet emerald]]. It's not known if the author knew this, however.

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* AccidentallyAccurate - AccidentallyAccurate: There is in fact such a thing as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_beryl scarlet emerald]]. It's not known if the author knew this, however.



* OldShame - Unusual in that Jim Theis didn't write anything else, but did complain, at one point, that the damage the story was doing to his reputation was unfair considering he wrote it thirty years earlier at age sixteen.

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* OldShame - OldShame: Unusual in that Jim Theis didn't write anything else, but did complain, at one point, that the damage the story was doing to his reputation was unfair considering he wrote it thirty years earlier at age sixteen.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen - In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. This new version never came. In the 80s, Theis granted another interview where he explained how the mockery and humiliation eventually got to the point where he decided to give up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen - WhatCouldHaveBeen: In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. This new version never came. In the 80s, Theis granted another interview where he explained how the mockery and humiliation eventually got to the point where he decided to give up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.
9th Oct '12 11:11:39 PM MisterMyst
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12th Aug '12 12:21:07 AM MisterMyst
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen - In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. This new version never came. In the 80s, an interviewer managed to track Theis down and learned that the mockery and humiliation eventually got to the point where Theis decided to give up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen - In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. This new version never came. In the 80s, an interviewer managed to track Theis down and learned that granted another interview where he explained how the mockery and humiliation eventually got to the point where Theis he decided to give up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.
12th Aug '12 12:19:29 AM MisterMyst
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen - In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. However, in a later interview done in the 80s, he claimed that the mockery and humiliation eventually got to the point where he decided to give up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen - In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. However, in a later interview done in This new version never came. In the 80s, he claimed an interviewer managed to track Theis down and learned that the mockery and humiliation eventually got to the point where he Theis decided to give up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.
12th Aug '12 12:17:15 AM MisterMyst
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen - In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. However, in a later interview done in the 80s, he claimed that the mockery and humiliation go to the point where he decided to give up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen - In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. However, in a later interview done in the 80s, he claimed that the mockery and humiliation go eventually got to the point where he decided to give up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.
12th Aug '12 12:16:52 AM MisterMyst
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen - In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. However, in a later interview he claimed that the mockery had hurt his feelings to point that he gave up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen - In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. However, in a later interview done in the 80s, he claimed that the mockery had hurt his feelings and humiliation go to the point that where he gave decided to give up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.
12th Aug '12 12:07:22 AM MisterMyst
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen - In an interview he granted after the story achieved notoriety, Theis said that he was planning a massive rewrite, noting that - following the story's publication - he had been given constructive criticism from friends and had learned a lot about writing on his own. However, in a later interview he claimed that the mockery had hurt his feelings to point that he gave up on the rewrite and on being an author entirely.
11th Aug '12 12:03:47 AM movie007
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* AccidentallyAccurate - There is in fact such a thing as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_beryl scarlet emerald]]. It's not known if the author knew this, however.



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