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Comments about the soundtrack for The Matrix Revolutions (Don Davis)

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Re: I agree...
• Posted by: Aaron Brown   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, November 16, 2003, at 5:29 p.m.
• IP Address: host-201.ardmore.net
• In Response to: Re: I agree... (HZF)

> I knew some idiot such as you would not hesitate to come and insult me in
> public. And, indeed, the fact that you came to me makes you even more
> foreseeable, man. Don't you see it??? I tried to explain my personal
> viewpoint about this matter without involving anyone and quite in a funny
> way but you, THE BIGGEST JERK OF ALL TIME, could not help getting up on
> your high horse all of a sudden. And yes, I'm a big retard with no
> brains... just like you. Ddozn't ya deeggin datt itz reelee deefikult 4 a
> dze:k auf mai kaleeba naut 2 bbehave laik so? Ter zake, did I mention you
> are the perfect instance of a "déjà vu" !? Everybody has seen
> you thousands of times.

> By the way, I find that absolutely hilarious being called a dork from a
> dork him/herself, especially from someone who does not know what s/he is
> dealing with. I swear, some people... And I thank you for making things
> easier for me by making a fool of you with such a talent that, we all
> know, could only be yours. We have just had the opportunity of marvelling
> at the extent of the human stupidity, thanks to you, so please go on, it's
> very funny, I must admit !

> Everybody misuses foreign languages whether you can accept this idea or
> not.

> Nu, neem het niet kwalijk maar ik moet weg.

I understood your point entirely. I don't know why everyone is getting all upset about. If I understand you correctly. you were merly saying words get new meaning in other langauges and these are often quite diffrent than the originally correct intent. That is right why is everyone so upset. It happens to english words in english context.




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