Some people make technical comments on a literary book (TBS was presented as a literary-philosophical essay), but do not go after my technical work that present analytical discussions and empirical evidence. I find it flattering (if unchallenging) to only be attacked in the wrong places, but it is more honest and more helpful to scientific progress to comment on technical works AND NOT DISSEMINATE A WRONG PRESENTATION ABOUT MY IDEAS (Fama, Scholes, Engle, etc.), or by some other extremely idiotic or extremely jealous persons.
Actually, no: this is VERY dishonest. I will consider it bad faith to attack the statistical statements in my literary work without looking at the technical documents and WILL NOT SPARE any shady academic who does so.