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• Posted by: LightningB   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, September 7, 2013, at 1:49 p.m.
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My biggest, and really only, issue with this site is the constant, unnecessary inclusion of politics and religion when it has nothing to do with film music. It's like a 6 year old holding a grudge or something. For instance:

The first thing you see on the page for this soundtrack is this:

"Buy it... if you think it's great that the actor who plays Satan in "The Bible" looks like Barack Obama, ..."

That is so irrelevant and comes across as childish and snippy. It's so nonsensical in terms of relation to the actual point of the review (you know reveiwing music) that it's blatantly obvious the product of liberal snarkiness.

Christian, everyone knows you are a liberal atheist. We get it. That's fine. Just review the music and stop unnecessarily inserting political comments\views in reviews and around the site.

Oh and the best example of pouting and holding a grudge is the comment at the bottom of he main page about George Bush. Geez, man, let it go already.

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