Cheerily picking up this earlier post is like putting a glace cherry on a pile of manure. Ignoring all the negative comments doesn't make them go away.
Clearly you don't know what 'hagiography' means - and in contrast to you I think it DOES matter if the background is excessive - though as far as I'm concerned every word of The Severed Alliance was excessive!
And what does ignoring negative comments have to do with anything? Are you for real? Where on earth did you get that idea from, you have a rather warped view of things. I don't care enough to go arguing with every comment I disagree with, people say whatever they like here anyway. I picked up on your point cause I thought it was an amusing observation which I also found myself.
But I (and others) in the comments liked Rogan's book and at the very least consider it a good read, regardless of how it portrayed its subject and possible untruths, it's up to you how you interpret it and take it with a pinch of a salt but there's no denying that it's interesting and readable regardless. Deal.
Morrissey isnít ACTUALLY a saint though, is he. So if the bio is referred to as Ďhagiographyí it carries a negative connotation - meaning uncritical or fawning (even Wikipedia will tell you this). Itís not using synonyms that makes you thick, itís using them incorrectly.
Itís funny, on this site you can tell someone to fuck off and call them a thick twat, but if you point out thereís something wrong with their English - they throw a hissy fit. So, fuckwit, youíre a thick twat.