Giving the People What They Want

Chang not Chang, in his capacity as the spokesman for The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club, has this to say about the Hat-tastic picture:

O Wrong Scalzi, what is wrong with this picture?

Give up?

The Executive Committee of The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club is pleased to tell you:

Her Most Glorious Perfect Shimmering Radiant Perfection is nowhere to be seen in this picture.

This is wrong. Make it right.

Very well:

I’m not sure Ghlaghghee entirely approved of the chapeau, however.

26 Comments on “Giving the People What They Want”

  1. Since you’re taking requests with the hat, can we of The Kodi Appreciation Society have out beloved, “ant-eater-thing” in said chapeau?

    Just a suggestion.

  2. And here I thought Chang (N.C.) was going to point out the crooked picture in the background. That Chang (N.C.)…always full of surprises.

  3. As always you’re responsive to our requests.

    Hope your evil plague subsides quickly and you’re feeling better soon.

  4. The Lopsided Cat Fan Club wants no part of this putting hats on cats stuff.


  5. @ #8.

    Chang never commented on the picture?

    Chang is hereby demoted to minion of the fan club. Now Minion go get the rest of us some Double Doubles. Make mine Animal style (no mustard) and fries and the chocate shake needs to be chilled at the correct temperature.

    Failure at this task will require a demotion to transferred to the Scalzi Fan Club and be a lackey there.

    Don’t screw it up.

  6. Silence, low-brow Whatever readers.

    The Executive Committee didn’t bother to comment on Monday’s picture of Her because it was an old recycled one.

    Blacklisted Scalzi trotted it out not to celebrate Magnificent She but to preen before his demented fans. What he and all of you fail to understand is that the Beauteous Ghlaghghee was not admiring the Hugo but wondering why She had not won Best Novel.

    Sometimes you can squeeze blood out of a stone. Sometimes you just get crumbled stone.

    The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club

  7. Chang Not Chang @10: “…not admiring the Hugo but wondering why She had not won Best Novel.”

    Perhaps someday she will win for Best Novel, if she ever deigns to write one.

  8. hugh57,

    I believe that the entire point of being Her Most Glorious Perfect Shimmering Radiant Perfection is that one does not need to stoop to the drudgery of writing novels to win awards.

  9. With all due respect to “Her Most Glorious Perfect Shimmering Radiant Perfection,” she’s going to have to publish a novel if she wants this Hugo Voter’s vote. We Worldcon members have some standards, you know.

  10. You realize that acknowledging him only encourages him right?

    It’s like negotiating with a Furry terrorist

  11. Shane @16,

    We have no problem whatsoever with the continued mockery of beings of the feline persuasion…provided said mockery eschews further references to the much-maligned breakfast meat category.

    -The International Internet Bacon-Abatement Coalition.

  12. bananasfk @19:

    I want zombies. There is no way kicking Lucas in the balls could give me those three episodes of my life back.

  13. Actually, aren’t you concerned that the writer’s guild will chastise you for producing a derivative work of the Cat In The Hat?

  14. “Perhaps someday she will win for Best Novel, if she ever deigns to write one.”

    She could co-author (finish post-mortem) with Gummitch his unfinished masterpiece Space-Time for Springers.


  15. Actually, Ghlaghghee is writing a novel. I’ve been critiquing it.

    What’s it about?

    Joaquin Phoenix and aliens.

    That’s all I’m gonna say about it.

    Joaquin and aliens.

  16. I figured the first book would be a collection of blog posts thus creating a whole new line of publishing.

    Granted some might think Hate Mail qualifies for that but time will tell. Time will tell.