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I didn't get a chance to vote to keep this page, but I'm glad it has survived. It seems that Internet/Usenet personalities are the current bottom-of-the-ladder dwellers in the social hierarchy, the way Science Fiction fans once were, and actors were before them. I'm working on a Wikipedia entry to address that injustice — which will, of course, have to also survive deletion afterwards. David Barber
The infamous story that pissed off Larry Niven
It's apparent from the above, and from other evidence scattered around the 'net, that the setting of Elf's stories was originally much closer to Known Space, up to and including the inclusion of the Tellakelvar, who were clearly expys of the Pierson's Puppeteers. I'm not enough of a Wikipedian to edit this in, but it'd be nice if someone could. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 07:30, 31 March 2014 (UTC)