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Comments about the soundtrack for The Da Vinci Code (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: What is wrong with some of you people...this is just music
• Posted by: J
• Date: Saturday, June 10, 2006, at 8:54 p.m.
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• In Response to: What is wrong with some of you people...this i... (Oh my god...)

Firstly, you probably shouldn't state your age in the first sentence. Your argument would probably be much stronger if people didn't know that you were still in high school, because, minus the use of needless profanity, your language doesn't necessarily suggest you are a young teenager. However, I do find it interesting that you chose to capatilze "Jesus Christ" and not "God." Your arguments are solid though, and I would have to say that I agree (this is concerning the novel itself, not the musical aspects). In acknowledgement of the opposition to the presented theory of Mary Magdalene, I would like to say the evidence Dan Brown uses is hardly sufficient, compared to the amount of Canonical information the world(and I use this term quite broadly) chooses to follow. Then again, maybe the Vatican has us all fooled. Hopefully we'll find out when we die.

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