I want to share a private evening with this man and pick his brain over a bottle of wine.
I think I'd rather meet his editor. The guy who wrung a genre-defining work out of "water is a metaphor for water" must have known what the hell he was doing.
On the one hand, I love Frank Herbert. On the other, he almost single-handedly gave science-fiction over to the fantasists, who have taken out any teeth it may have previously had as a genre about social criticism.
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hey, if you were near omnipotent and utterly consumed with the survival of humanity, im sure you would make decisions that would ensure the deaths of billions of people. No glory in leadership. Life totally sucks ass.
Herbert's contribution to Space Opera led to it eventually becoming the primary mode of popular science fiction.
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shit, sorry I didn't mean to rate my own video
The man who gave us Sex Ninjas and Secret Jews.
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