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Who bought TMR score on May 1st?

Bobb
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Who bought TMR score on May 1st?   Saturday, May 5, 2001 (1:58 p.m.) 

Did anyone buy the score the same day it came out on May 1st?I waited for months for it to come out and I wanted to buy it the day it came out but where I live it was pushed back so I couldn`t get it but I ordered it on Amazon.com on May 1st and it came on the following Saturday weekend.Wow I so glad to have it.



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Re: Who bought TMR score on May 1st?   Sunday, May 13, 2001 (8:19 p.m.) 

> Did anyone buy the score the same day it came out on May 1st?I waited for
> months for it to come out and I wanted to buy it the day it came out but
> where I live it was pushed back so I couldn`t get it but I ordered it on
> Amazon.com on May 1st and it came on the following Saturday weekend.Wow I
> so glad to have it.

Seeing how many orgasmic posts you've made about the soundtrack for The Mummy Returns, I suspect that you are fornicating with the album.

Get over it!

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Re: Who bought TMR score on May 1st?   Monday, May 14, 2001 (9:02 p.m.) 

> Seeing how many orgasmic posts you've made about the soundtrack for The
> Mummy Returns, I suspect that you are fornicating with the album.

No, only soundtrack record producer Ford A. Thaxton (Dune, Farscape, Crocodile Dundee in L.A.) actually fornicates with compact discs. Usually his own products.



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Re: Who bought TMR score on May 1st?   Tuesday, May 15, 2001 (1:57 p.m.) 

> No, only soundtrack record producer Ford A. Thaxton (Dune, Farscape,
> Crocodile Dundee in L.A.) actually fornicates with compact discs. Usually
> his own products.

I heard that Thaxton got himself stuck in the playhole of his "Evergreen: Music from the Films of Barbra Streisand" master CD (see description at http://www.filmtracks.com/titles/streisand.html) and had to admit himself to a local hospital to have it removed without damaging himself or the CD.



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Re: Who bought TMR score on May 1st?   Tuesday, May 15, 2001 (4:14 p.m.) 

> I heard that Thaxton got himself stuck in the playhole of his
> "Evergreen: Music from the Films of Barbra Streisand" master CD
> (see description at http://www.filmtracks.com/titles/streisand.html ) and
> had to admit himself to a local hospital to have it removed without
> damaging himself or the CD.

But people should know that Ford A Thaxton did admit that he would sodomize Sarah Michelle Gellar even if she was his step-sister. All you have to do is call up the archives of the putrid messages forum at this site and run a search for it.

Usually its idiotic fans who get so orgasmic about certain CDs that I wonder if they are fornicating with them. But in the file of Thaxton, you may be correct. He strikes me as the kind of pervert who would screw his own CDs or master tapes.



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Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Tuesday, May 15, 2001 (8:44 p.m.) 

> But people should know that Ford A Thaxton did admit that he would
> sodomize Sarah Michelle Gellar even if she was his step-sister. All you
> have to do is call up the archives of the putrid messages forum at this
> site and run a search for it.

Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

M


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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Tuesday, May 15, 2001 (11:52 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

This rambling by Lukas Kendall over at FSM.com seems to be accepted as the official source of information on Ford Thaxton.

> EXCERPT FROM "FILM SCORE MONTHLY"
>
> --
> ABOUT FORD THAXTON
>
> Posted by Lukas Kendall on January 28, 1998 at 01:05:30:
>
> ABOUT FORD THAXTON
>
> This post will have little to no meaning to people not
> familiar with the newsgroup rec.music.movies, but I
> simply must vent about the one film music "persona"
> whom I truly cannot stand.
>
> DO NOT READ THIS if you don't want to hear about it.
> This will be personal. I'M SERIOUS! This is very
> specific venting that I will not foist on unsuspecting
> readers.
>
> ***
>
> I'll start off by saying that most of the people producing
> soundtrack albums who you, as fans, read about, are
> themselves fans. That's why they got into it. These
> are people not much brighter than you or I who happened
> to parlay a love of film music with the proper connections
> into a good job and/or lifestyle. No harm there - it's
> what I'm trying to do!
>
> I'll also say that these people are, by and large,
> nerds. This is not a bad thing. Today, being a nerd is
> kind of hip, and there simply is no better description for
> one who memorizes facts about Jerry Goldsmith music than
> a grade-A, class-one nerd. There are a lot nerds
> out there who are good people and who do good work.
> They have their hang ups, as do we all, but
> they get by through possessing a certain amount of human
> decency and humility.
>
> Ford Thaxton (real name, Buford) is a nasty, nasty
> piece of work. In this little essay I will reveal all I
> know about this unpleasant Hutt (as in, Jabba the) who
> takes great pleasure in being the town bully on rec.music.
> movies and slamming the work of Jeff Bond, my trusty
> FSM cohort, and myself.
>
> It may be hard for people to read this and think, how mean,
> Ford has been really helpful to people who have a question
> about a soundtrack album, and after all he is "in the
> business." Put simply, we are dealing with a deranged
> person who comes from a tortured background. His family
> is dysfunctional, to put it mildly, and everything bad
> that has ever happened to him is reflected in the
> cruelty and pounding tone of his "writing."
>
> ***
>
> Some physical characteristics:
>
> Ford is probably over 300 pounds. Now I love all living
> things, and have no problem with people who are overweight,
> or downright obese. But I do have problems with people who
> make my life difficult -- on purpose! -- and in this case
> everything is fair game.
>
> So we're envisioning 300 pounds. Now imagine suspenders,
> a bald dome, and thick coke-bottle glasses. This is
> Ford Thaxton. He wags his finger in your face when he
> talks and dominates any discussion with idiotic comments
> such as "Have you taken your meds today?"
>
> Some background:
>
> Besides his childhood, the details of which I barely know,
> thank god, Ford's schooling is minimal, to say the least,
> and he somehow got involved in producing a radio show
> about soundtracks in his native Olympia, Washington.
> Through this he managed to contact some film composers -
> this is probably in the mid-'80s - and he "produced" his
> first album with Dennis McCarthy on Star Trek: The
> Next Generation's "Encounter at Farpoint" (1987).
> The story there is that Ford was visiting Dennis at
> the time - a truly nice guy and warm human being who
> will not turn away someone, even a total freak like Ford.
> They were at the mastering session and Dennis basically
> turned over decisions of sequencing to Ford. ooooh,
> the seas parted, the sky went pitch black at noon
> and a career was born.
>
> >From there Ford moved to LA some time in the late-80s
> where reportedly he worked for like two weeks at
> Varese Sarabande before leaving (or being fired). He
> worked on some albums for GNP/Crescendo in the late
> 1980s before a fall-out with Crescendo's Neil Norman
> sent him running back to Olympia, tail between his
> legs. Somewhere in here he got hooked up with Silva Screen
> where he produced such memorable albums as
> "Frankenhooker" and a ton of low-grade horror dreck.
> (Ford has a complete lack of taste and a tin ear,
> which has contributed not only to his obnoxiously
> hosted radio shows, but some truly unmemorable and
> flawed, wasted albums, with everything from guillotine
> edits to illiterate liner notes to arbitrary se-
> quencing.)
>
> Through this time, envision a man, to use the term
> loosely, who existed to make telephone calls. This is
> someone who found a coterie of composers who didn't have
> the heart to tell him to get lost (the way James Horner
> personally did). He would then call them EVERY WEEK,
> if not every other day, to suck up, chat them up, and
> waste their time. Around this time was when he
> made the infamous call to the now-late Mort Stevens,
> "So Mort, I hear you're dying of cancer...", and in
> his most hilarious act ever, ran up $250 in PHONE
> SEX charges while staying with a well known composer.
> You've gotta be pretty dumb to do that - like they're
> not going to find out?
>
> ***
>
> Around this time is also where I come in. People sometimes
> ask about my background, and I'll tell it: I was a high
> school student on Martha's Vineyard, MA, where I grew up,
> and I published FILM SCORE MONTHLY (then going not
> even by this title, but as "The Soundtrack Club") as
> a small newsletter, for fun. One summer my dad, a doctor,
> treated a successful television composer for allergies
> or something and I met this gentleman (now a good friend
> of the family), I think during the summer of 1991. The
> composer offered to put me in contact with some people
> who might be interested in the newsletter, as it then
> was, and could help with other contacts and information.
>
> One of these referrals was Ford Thaxton - and I was
> thoroughly warned that this guy was downright nuts and
> a bully and to be very careful. But at the same time
> he knew people, had an encyclopedic knowledge of film
> music, and, hell, how much damage could he do from
> across the continent? (Shortly thereafter Ford
> borrowed $1000 from this composer, a debt which went
> unpaid for years until Ford made it up to him by producing
> an album for free.)
>
> So, from 1991 until probably 1994 I was on Ford's
> "call list," and I, Lukas Kendall, your humble editor,
> was at the receiving end of a phone call almost every
> single day. Such phone calls were of complete unim-
> portance: desire to spread "news" first - now fulfilled
> by rec.music.movies, except we beat him with most news
> at FSM.com anyway - dumb questions, personal insults,
> unintentional harassment of my poor mom, but more than
> anything persistent bullying.
>
> Keep in mind: I was between 16 and 20 years old,
> a rube from an island. People ask why I seem so loathe
> of Ford personally, and this is why: he repeatedly
> berated and abused me when I was new to the "business."
> I would never take advantage of someone this young
> but that's exactly what Ford did. And by take advantage,
> I mean bully me into accepting his opinions as gospel,
> threatening to "cut me off" from his contacts (an
> empty threat if there ever was one), and berating me
> into apologizing if I dared name one of Ford's
> transgressions.
>
> And believe me there are many. This is someone who has
> hoarded tapes like no one else. Someone who has tons of
> tons of cool things on DAT, many of which he has either
> directly bootlegged himself, or copies of which have
> found their way to bootleggers. Someone who would SELL
> tape copies of unreleased scores to alleged FRIENDS to
> pay for his Doritos and Diet Coke habit. Someone who
> regularly produces albums under pseudonyms (such as
> Arch Stanton on some utter #####from Edel, and Jason
> Alexander Stone on the 2CD Joe Harnell compilation).
> Someone who was directly involved in putting together
> the Off World Blade Runner bootleg, which really
> opened the floodgates for illegal recordings.
>
> ***
>
> This is truly a small, insecure, mean person who would
> need to beat up on a naive kid over the phone every
> single day. I still remember my freshman year at Amherst
> College and my roommates despising this "Ford" who would
> telephone all the time.
>
> Moving on, Ford's only real "break" as a record producer
> came with the 4CD Arista box set of the Star Wars Trilogy.
> Out of respect for Lucasfilm and the producer on this
> project, my friend Nick Redman, I will not go into
> details. Suffice it to say I was privy to them, being
> the liner note writer on the project (which was
> a lot of fun!), and they are that Ford became a complete,
> irrational prima donna and would never again work for
> either Lucasfilm, Redman, or 20th Century Fox.
>
> In fact it brings me great joy that Fox deliberately
> excluded Ford, contractually, from his true dream project:
> the 6CD Irwin Allen box set put out by Crescendo two
> years ago. Fox and the producers simply would not allow
> Ford any access to the material for fear of the havoc
> that he would create.
>
> Shortly after this I finally put my foot down and broke
> what I consider to be the only abusive relationship I
> have ever been in, in my entire life. One night I noticed
> that there was a person called "Cuecutter" posting repeated
> and nasty messages on the Babylon 5 newsgroup in the
> most identifiable fractured English ever seen. Yes, it
> could only be the work of Ford Thaxton - as anyone who
> reads rec.music.movies knows, his style of non-writing
> is impossible for him either to improve, or hide.
> I identified "Cuecutter" as such, to the gratitude of
> the B5 denizens, and found myself being screamed at
> by Ford on the phone, literally 15 minutes after I posted
> this revelation.
>
> This would be the last time I would speak directly to
> Ford Thaxton. Since then he has tried to call me and
> I always hang up instantly, just as I always delete
> his e-mails without opening them. This was 1994.
>
> ***
>
> Whatever whipping-boy function I once served for
> Ford is now fulfilled by the innocent questioners
> and fans on rec.music.movies. Although I rarely post
> to rmm, I do read it regularly, and I have seen Ford
> attack, berate and illogically harass upwards of
> dozens of innocent users. At the same time I see
> people come to Ford's defense when attacked, because
> he is perceived as someone "in the know," which is
> ludicrous. This is someone *loathed* by most, and only
> barely tolerated by the rest. This is someone with a
> tin ear whose albums are sheer idiocy, filled with
> incorrect takes and unreleasable edits.
>
> On a Psych 101 level, this is someone whose entire
> life has seen him abused, and thus he seeks instead to
> be the authority figure, discplining others, to soothe
> his own pain. Although this is pitiable, it is not
> acceptable. I know I'm one to talk about authority figures,
> since I act as the same kind of dispenser of information
> via FILM SCORE MONTHLY, but I would never approach the
> sheer malice and personal spite of Ford -- a fact
> Ford does not understand, for I only focus my evil
> on one person: him.
>
> But there are many differences between us. I do not
> post several times a day to correct people on matters
> of opinion, not fact. I do not
> search dejanews to find incriminating information on
> people. I do not call up episodes from the past
> (except with Ford!). I do not harass Internet providers
> of people with whom I disagree, and I certainly do not
> find people's HOME PHONE NUMBERS to berate them.
>
> And contrary to what Ford repeatedly alleges, I am not
> without humility. A lot of FSM to me is fun, and
> entertainment, and I am secure enough in what I do not
> to care if I am criticized, just as I am sure many
> composers do not care if I criticize them. Why would
> James Newton Howard care if I give a CD of his a bad
> review? He might be interested, he might disagree, but
> he's not going to go, how dare this person disrespect
> me. I met James Newton Howard, he's really cool and I
> do respect him. One of the most frustrating things
> is how Ford has horrible tastes and needs to suck up
> to marginal composers, defending them to his last
> breath, as a substitute for his lack of any worthwhile
> intellectual contribution to film music.
>
> OK, now I'm going in circles. I will end. I realize
> the distasteful nature of this diatribe, which is why
> I did not post it to rec.music.movies. But this is
> upwards of one-half a decade of venting. If I think of
> any other Ford stories - there seem to be more daily -
> I will add them. All I'll say is, you've gotta get
> me pretty riled up to write anything this long about
> one person.
>
> Lukas Kendall
> --


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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Thursday, May 17, 2001 (7:11 p.m.) 

> This rambling by Lukas Kendall over at FSM.com seems to be accepted as the
> official source of information on Ford Thaxton.

I wonder if it bothers Mr. Thaxton to know that his blood enemy, Mr. Kendall at FSM, has become the far superior record producer.



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Friday, May 18, 2001 (9:01 p.m.) 

> I wonder if it bothers Mr. Thaxton to know that his blood enemy, Mr.
> Kendall at FSM, has become the far superior record producer.

Yes, but what makes me wonder even more is whether or not it bothers Thaxton know that Mr. Clemmensen, a newcomer as the webmaster of Filmtracks.com, has become the better promoter of film scores than Thaxton ever could be.

The funny part of this is that hundreds upon hundreds of people are reading this thread, and it's obvious that Thaxton hasn't seen it yet. I am sure that when he does, he will call Mr. Clemmensen at home all night long demanding that it be removed. And if that doesn't work, he'll call Mr. Clemmensen's employer, tax collector, and local governor as well!

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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Saturday, June 2, 2001 (1:58 p.m.) 

> The funny part of this is that hundreds upon hundreds of people are
> reading this thread, and it's obvious that Thaxton hasn't seen it yet. I
> am sure that when he does, he will call Mr. Clemmensen at home all night
> long demanding that it be removed. And if that doesn't work, he'll call
> Mr. Clemmensen's employer, tax collector, and local governor as well!

I heard that Thaxton really does call up the employer and/or family of people who he disagrees with and harasses them. That would seem unethical if it is true.



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Saturday, February 7, 2004 (3:02 a.m.) 

> I heard that Thaxton really does call up the employer and/or family of
> people who he disagrees with and harasses them. That would seem
> unethical if it is true.

Not only does he harass your employer and family (ask the editor of this site about that), but he doesn't even stop when you die. He has no respect for the dead.

There is a reason why he is disallowed from entering certain places of business, including the offices of Varese Sarabande and Media Ventures.



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Saturday, September 4, 2004 (11:44 a.m.) 

> Not only does he harass your employer and family (ask the editor of this
> site about that), but he doesn't even stop when you die. He has no respect
> for the dead.

> There is a reason why he is disallowed from entering certain places of
> business, including the offices of Varese Sarabande and Media Ventures.

This has gone far enough. Here are the FACTS. This file has been posted hundreds of times on multiple newsgroups and lists, almost in a ritual fashion, to prevent future abuses. Since people here feel a little vague on the matter of Ford Thaxton, and as I and, literally, scores of people I known have personally suffered years of misery for his vindictiveness, it is with no effort at all that I offer this latest posting of the BUFORD FAQ FILE (not for the easily disgusted):

==========================================================================
==========================================================================
=== ===
=== The Official InterNet "FAT BUFORD FAQ FILE, PART 1." ===
=== ===
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EXCERPT FROM "FILM SCORE MONTHLY"

--
ABOUT FORD THAXTON

Posted by Lukas Kendall on January 28, 1998 at 01:05:30:

ABOUT FORD THAXTON

This post will have little to no meaning to people not
familiar with the newsgroup rec.music.movies, but I
simply must vent about the one film music "persona"
whom I truly cannot stand.

DO NOT READ THIS if you don't want to hear about it.
This will be personal. I'M SERIOUS! This is very
specific venting that I will not foist on unsuspecting
readers.

***

I'll start off by saying that most of the people producing
soundtrack albums who you, as fans, read about, are
themselves fans. That's why they got into it. These
are people not much brighter than you or I who happened
to parlay a love of film music with the proper connections
into a good job and/or lifestyle. No harm there - it's
what I'm trying to do!

I'll also say that these people are, by and large,
nerds. This is not a bad thing. Today, being a nerd is
kind of hip, and there simply is no better description for
one who memorizes facts about Jerry Goldsmith music than
a grade-A, class-one nerd. There are a lot nerds
out there who are good people and who do good work.
They have their hang ups, as do we all, but
they get by through possessing a certain amount of human
decency and humility.

Ford Thaxton (real name, Buford) is a nasty, nasty
piece of work. In this little essay I will reveal all I
know about this unpleasant Hutt (as in, Jabba the) who
takes great pleasure in being the town bully on rec.music.
movies and slamming the work of Jeff Bond, my trusty
FSM cohort, and myself.

It may be hard for people to read this and think, how mean,
Ford has been really helpful to people who have a question
about a soundtrack album, and after all he is "in the
business." Put simply, we are dealing with a deranged
person who comes from a tortured background. His family
is dysfunctional, to put it mildly, and everything bad
that has ever happened to him is reflected in the
cruelty and pounding tone of his "writing."

***

Some physical characteristics:

Ford is probably over 300 pounds. Now I love all living
things, and have no problem with people who are overweight,
or downright obese. But I do have problems with people who
make my life difficult -- on purpose! -- and in this case
everything is fair game.

So we're envisioning 300 pounds. Now imagine suspenders,
a bald dome, and thick coke-bottle glasses. This is
Ford Thaxton. He wags his finger in your face when he
talks and dominates any discussion with idiotic comments
such as "Have you taken your meds today?"

Some background:

Besides his childhood, the details of which I barely know,
thank god, Ford's schooling is minimal, to say the least,
and he somehow got involved in producing a radio show
about soundtracks in his native Olympia, Washington.
Through this he managed to contact some film composers -
this is probably in the mid-'80s - and he "produced" his
first album with Dennis McCarthy on Star Trek: The
Next Generation's "Encounter at Farpoint" (1987).
The story there is that Ford was visiting Dennis at
the time - a truly nice guy and warm human being who
will not turn away someone, even a total freak like Ford.
They were at the mastering session and Dennis basically
turned over decisions of sequencing to Ford. ooooh,
the seas parted, the sky went pitch black at noon
and a career was born.

From there Ford moved to LA some time in the late-80s
where reportedly he worked for like two weeks at
Varese Sarabande before leaving (or being fired). He
worked on some albums for GNP/Crescendo in the late
1980s before a fall-out with Crescendo's Neil Norman
sent him running back to Olympia, tail between his
legs. Somewhere in here he got hooked up with Silva Screen
where he produced such memorable albums as
"Frankenhooker" and a ton of low-grade horror dreck.
(Ford has a complete lack of taste and a tin ear,
which has contributed not only to his obnoxiously
hosted radio shows, but some truly unmemorable and
flawed, wasted albums, with everything from guillotine
edits to illiterate liner notes to arbitrary se-
quencing.)

Through this time, envision a man, to use the term
loosely, who existed to make telephone calls. This is
someone who found a coterie of composers who didn't have
the heart to tell him to get lost (the way James Horner
personally did). He would then call them EVERY WEEK,
if not every other day, to suck up, chat them up, and
waste their time. Around this time was when he
made the infamous call to the now-late Mort Stevens,
"So Mort, I hear you're dying of cancer...", and in
his most hilarious act ever, ran up $250 in PHONE
SEX charges while staying with a well known composer.
You've gotta be pretty dumb to do that - like they're
not going to find out?

***

Around this time is also where I come in. People sometimes
ask about my background, and I'll tell it: I was a high
school student on Martha's Vineyard, MA, where I grew up,
and I published FILM SCORE MONTHLY (then going not
even by this title, but as "The Soundtrack Club") as
a small newsletter, for fun. One summer my dad, a doctor,
treated a successful television composer for allergies
or something and I met this gentleman (now a good friend
of the family), I think during the summer of 1991. The
composer offered to put me in contact with some people
who might be interested in the newsletter, as it then
was, and could help with other contacts and information.

One of these referrals was Ford Thaxton - and I was
thoroughly warned that this guy was downright nuts and
a bully and to be very careful. But at the same time
he knew people, had an encyclopedic knowledge of film
music, and, hell, how much damage could he do from
across the continent? (Shortly thereafter Ford
borrowed $1000 from this composer, a debt which went
unpaid for years until Ford made it up to him by producing
an album for free.)

So, from 1991 until probably 1994 I was on Ford's
"call list," and I, Lukas Kendall, your humble editor,
was at the receiving end of a phone call almost every
single day. Such phone calls were of complete unim-
portance: desire to spread "news" first - now fulfilled
by rec.music.movies, except we beat him with most news
at FSM.com anyway - dumb questions, personal insults,
unintentional harassment of my poor mom, but more than
anything persistent bullying.

Keep in mind: I was between 16 and 20 years old,
a rube from an island. People ask why I seem so loathe
of Ford personally, and this is why: he repeatedly
berated and abused me when I was new to the "business."
I would never take advantage of someone this young
but that's exactly what Ford did. And by take advantage,
I mean bully me into accepting his opinions as gospel,
threatening to "cut me off" from his contacts (an
empty threat if there ever was one), and berating me
into apologizing if I dared name one of Ford's
transgressions.

And believe me there are many. This is someone who has
hoarded tapes like no one else. Someone who has tons of
tons of cool things on DAT, many of which he has either
directly bootlegged himself, or copies of which have
found their way to bootleggers. Someone who would SELL
tape copies of unreleased scores to alleged FRIENDS to
pay for his Doritos and Diet Coke habit. Someone who
regularly produces albums under pseudonyms (such as
Arch Stanton on some utter ##### from Edel, and Jason
Alexander Stone on the 2CD Joe Harnell compilation).
Someone who was directly involved in putting together
the Off World Blade Runner bootleg, which really
opened the floodgates for illegal recordings.

***

This is truly a small, insecure, mean person who would
need to beat up on a naive kid over the phone every
single day. I still remember my freshman year at Amherst
College and my roommates despising this "Ford" who would
telephone all the time.

Moving on, Ford's only real "break" as a record producer
came with the 4CD Arista box set of the Star Wars Trilogy.
Out of respect for Lucasfilm and the producer on this
project, my friend Nick Redman, I will not go into
details. Suffice it to say I was privy to them, being
the liner note writer on the project (which was
a lot of fun!), and they are that Ford became a complete,
irrational prima donna and would never again work for
either Lucasfilm, Redman, or 20th Century Fox.

In fact it brings me great joy that Fox deliberately
excluded Ford, contractually, from his true dream project:
the 6CD Irwin Allen box set put out by Crescendo two
years ago. Fox and the producers simply would not allow
Ford any access to the material for fear of the havoc
that he would create.

Shortly after this I finally put my foot down and broke
what I consider to be the only abusive relationship I
have ever been in, in my entire life. One night I noticed
that there was a person called "Cuecutter" posting repeated
and nasty messages on the Babylon 5 newsgroup in the
most identifiable fractured English ever seen. Yes, it
could only be the work of Ford Thaxton - as anyone who
reads rec.music.movies knows, his style of non-writing
is impossible for him either to improve, or hide.
I identified "Cuecutter" as such, to the gratitude of
the B5 denizens, and found myself being screamed at
by Ford on the phone, literally 15 minutes after I posted
this revelation.

This would be the last time I would speak directly to
Ford Thaxton. Since then he has tried to call me and
I always hang up instantly, just as I always delete
his e-mails without opening them. This was 1994.

***

Whatever whipping-boy function I once served for
Ford is now fulfilled by the innocent questioners
and fans on rec.music.movies. Although I rarely post
to rmm, I do read it regularly, and I have seen Ford
attack, berate and illogically harass upwards of
dozens of innocent users. At the same time I see
people come to Ford's defense when attacked, because
he is perceived as someone "in the know," which is
ludicrous. This is someone *loathed* by most, and only
barely tolerated by the rest. This is someone with a
tin ear whose albums are sheer idiocy, filled with
incorrect takes and unreleasable edits.

On a Psych 101 level, this is someone whose entire
life has seen him abused, and thus he seeks instead to
be the authority figure, discplining others, to soothe
his own pain. Although this is pitiable, it is not
acceptable. I know I'm one to talk about authority figures,
since I act as the same kind of dispenser of information
via FILM SCORE MONTHLY, but I would never approach the
sheer malice and personal spite of Ford -- a fact
Ford does not understand, for I only focus my evil
on one person: him.

But there are many differences between us. I do not
post several times a day to correct people on matters
of opinion, not fact. I do not
search dejanews to find incriminating information on
people. I do not call up episodes from the past
(except with Ford!). I do not harass Internet providers
of people with whom I disagree, and I certainly do not
find people's HOME PHONE NUMBERS to berate them.

And contrary to what Ford repeatedly alleges, I am not
without humility. A lot of FSM to me is fun, and
entertainment, and I am secure enough in what I do not
to care if I am criticized, just as I am sure many
composers do not care if I criticize them. Why would
James Newton Howard care if I give a CD of his a bad
review? He might be interested, he might disagree, but
he's not going to go, how dare this person disrespect
me. I met James Newton Howard, he's really cool and I
do respect him. One of the most frustrating things
is how Ford has horrible tastes and needs to suck up
to marginal composers, defending them to his last
breath, as a substitute for his lack of any worthwhile
intellectual contribution to film music.

OK, now I'm going in circles. I will end. I realize
the distasteful nature of this diatribe, which is why
I did not post it to rec.music.movies. But this is
upwards of one-half a decade of venting. If I think of
any other Ford stories - there seem to be more daily -
I will add them. All I'll say is, you've gotta get
me pretty riled up to write anything this long about
one person.

Lukas Kendall
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Richard Crannix
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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Wednesday, December 12, 2001 (8:21 a.m.) 

> Yes, but what makes me wonder even more is whether or not it bothers
> Thaxton know that Mr. Clemmensen, a newcomer as the webmaster of
> Filmtracks.com, has become the better promoter of film scores than Thaxton
> ever could be.

Has anyone else noticed that Clemmensen no longer seems to be a close associate of Thaxton? There haven't been reviews of Thaxton-produced CDs in a long time at Filmtracks, and Thaxton has publically taken some cheap shots at Clemmensen over stupid disagreements (like Lord of the Rings). If Filmtracks really is an anti-Thaxton zone -which seems to be the case since so many have read this thread- then I am happy for Mr. Clemmensen. Put Thaxton in his place!


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James Tompkins
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Curtis Beaulieu
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Friday, December 14, 2001 (1:10 p.m.) 

> Yes, but what makes me wonder even more is whether or not it bothers
> Thaxton know that Mr. Clemmensen, a newcomer as the webmaster of
> Filmtracks.com, has become the better promoter of film scores than Thaxton
> ever could be.

> The funny part of this is that hundreds upon hundreds of people are
> reading this thread, and it's obvious that Thaxton hasn't seen it yet. I
> am sure that when he does, he will call Mr. Clemmensen at home all night
> long demanding that it be removed. And if that doesn't work, he'll call
> Mr. Clemmensen's employer, tax collector, and local governor as well!

I am relatively new to Filmtracks and the film score scene, and even I know to stay away from Ford A. Thaxton. He rejoiced in that one man Potter's death, for Christ's sake!

J. Tomkins



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Nol-T
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  In Response to:
Curtis Beaulieu
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Wednesday, June 5, 2002 (8:05 a.m.) 

Has anybody checked to see if FORD A THAXTON is the person urging Fox Studios to keep threatening Filmtracks.com with legal nonsense?

> Yes, but what makes me wonder even more is whether or not it bothers
> Thaxton know that Mr. Clemmensen, a newcomer as the webmaster of
> Filmtracks.com, has become the better promoter of film scores than Thaxton
> ever could be.

> The funny part of this is that hundreds upon hundreds of people are
> reading this thread, and it's obvious that Thaxton hasn't seen it yet. I
> am sure that when he does, he will call Mr. Clemmensen at home all night
> long demanding that it be removed. And if that doesn't work, he'll call
> Mr. Clemmensen's employer, tax collector, and local governor as well!

> CB


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Maximilian
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MandyC
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Wednesday, May 16, 2001 (11:46 a.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Hapless newsgroup (NG) members have dedicated the following song to Ford A. Thaxton:

[best Louis Armstrong voice]

I've seen signs and portents / of doom and gloom.
The day's coming fast / yeah, the day's coming soon
When this place will be / a Fordless NG.

I'll see posts of glee / and posts of joy;
Lots of posters posting, / "Oh boy! Oh boy!"
When this place becomes / a Fordless NG.

The postings will change / for the better anyway
Gone will be / the focused hostility
I hear Ford clapping his hands / saying, "Look at the FOOLS,
LEMMINGS, and FANBOYS!" while he drools.

Thursday will come / Ford will think he's hot-shit
Scampering outta here / like the dumbass he is
And this place will be / a Fordless NG.
Yeah. This place will become ...
... a Fordless NG.

Oooooh ... yeee-aaaaaaaah.

[/best Louis Armstrong voice]



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Hawk
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  In Response to:
MandyC
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Thursday, May 17, 2001 (11:40 a.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Ford A. Thaxton is the perfect Tom Leykis demographic - fat, bald and impotent. I guess the only one of his advertisers he doesn't need is the boob treatment. He's about a d-cup with those rolls of fat - maybe he can sign them for you someday. Gaining weight is most likely Ford's last ditch effort to become Tom Leykis. Thaxton's live-in woman needs to mature and take back her vagina and her self respect.

Thaxton's prized response to everyone:
"So until one of you can present some other then your biased opinions pulled from you ass, let's move on shall we?"


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Curtis Beaulieu
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  In Response to:
MandyC
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Thursday, May 17, 2001 (6:08 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

He has referred to the most frequent visitors of Filmtracks as a bunch of "hypocritical lowlifes with their heads up their asses".

In spite of that fact, Thaxton kisses the ass of Filmtracks' editor, because Filmtracks is the only major film music site that hasn't blacklisted or banned Thaxton.

CB


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Ranger Lennier
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MandyC
FORD THAXTON was accused of FRAUD by Babylon 5 creator   Friday, May 18, 2001 (10:15 p.m.) 

I read the following on the message board at Filmtracks:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


I am sure we are all well aware of Ford Thaxton's typically bullyish behavior, and that wasn't the original intent of my interest in researching Babylon 5.

For a few years I have been a fan of Babylon 5. I did an internet search for B5 today and stumbled upon something fascinating. It would seem that Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski posted regularly to the Usenet group rec.arts.sf.tv.babylon5 back in 1994-1995. This surprised me, because the man must have been horribly busy at the time, and for any creator/writer of a large cult-like show to converse with the masses is extraordinary. To read his comments with fans about the show, its actor controversy, and the likes, is very interesting.

But then, all of a sudden, Straczynski starts tearing into Ford Thaxton, saying things like:


"Assuming anyone really cares anymore...frankly, I'm getting pretty
f-cking tired and disgusted with the whole discussion. Ford is an idiot,
pure and simple."

"*sigh*...I was up writing all night long, I meant to say that the
Tribune Syndicate and TV Guide got the story more accurately than USA
Today in that one respect (though the rest of the article seemed fine);
unlike Ford, I have a life, and sometimes it gets tiring."

"As with much of what comes out of your and Ford Thaxton's mouth,
this is a lie and a fabrication, I never made that statement."

"You (and now, our latest homunculus, Ford Thaxton) deliberately distort
and misrepresent and simply lie about matters injurious to my (and in
the latter case, Michael O'Hare's) career."

I was astounded! Over the past decade, Thaxton has been denounced by respected magazine publishers, webmasters, label producers/owners, and even composers. Heck, even my friend Jeff Anderson, who is the most unflappable person in the world, became infuriated by Ford. And now, J. Michael Straczynski joins the anti-Thaxton movement? What's going on here? When I first visited the internet, I owned some of Thaxton's albums, and thought highly of him. Then, everyone else I respect began attacking him. And then Thaxton even went after me. But I guess I didn't take any of this seriously until I just saw Babylon 5 writer/creator J. Michael Straczynski attack Thaxton too. This confirms that Ford A. Thaxton must be the most mean and disliked person I have ever known.

The reason I am writing this is because of the following statement that Straczynski made. It startled me, and I want to know more of what happened:


"Well, well... I've been getting some very interesting information on our friend Ford A. Thaxton, who is involved with a little enterprise called Silva Screen Records. Perhaps Mr. Thaxton wouldn't mind discussing some of *his* personal business, like how why he has been using Christopher Franke's music in his released (remixed) without paying Chris any royalties...? Apparently he has some real business problems with Chris, and I would think he has considerable motivation to smear anything that Chris is involved with. Didn't mention that li'l old conflict of interest in your quest for the "truth," did old Ford.

And some of the things recently conveyed to me by some who've worked with, and for Ford, in HIS business practices, are quite illuminating, to say the least. But I suppose he would think that was a private matter, not to be discussed on a network.

Maybe I should go and contact Edgar Froese in Germany, and ask about some of *his* recent dealings with Ford, so that I can post them here.

Nice little place Ford has, out there in Olympia, Washington....

My, but Ford's had such an *interesting* life...at least, so say the many people who've dropped me messages in the last few days, who have worked with him."

jms

Anyways, you can read more of this stuff at
http://www.midwinter.com/b5/Usenet/jms94-11-usenet


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Maneki Neko
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  In Response to:
MandyC
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Thursday, May 24, 2001 (8:09 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Prayer Time:

"Oh thank you, God, for not making me be like Ford A. Thaxton in any way, shape, and (especially) form! I thank thee for bestowing the gift upon me of critical and logical thinking...and for not handicapping my existence with a serious eating disorder leaving me bitter and impotent with rashes between my legs. Amen"

Super Lucky Cat

"If only you knew the things I have seen in the darkness of night"
-M.C. Escher


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T. Albert Nugus
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  In Response to:
MandyC
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Friday, May 25, 2001 (11:28 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

O merciful Father, who hast taught us in thy holy Word that thou dost not willingly afflict or grieve the children of men: Look with pity upon the sorrows of Ford A. Thaxton, for whom our prayers are offered. Remember him, O Lord, in mercy, nourish his soul with patience, comfort him with a sense of thy goodness, lift up thy countenance upon him, and give him peace; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.



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Theron
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MandyC
Jerry Goldsmith says: Ford Thaxton has no life   Monday, May 28, 2001 (11:14 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

In an old online chat, Jerry Goldsmith was asked what he thinks about soundtrack collectors. He unloaded his entire dislike of avid film score fans on one person: Ford Thaxton.

Read for yourself:

http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Cinema/6608/literatur_aol_interview.htm

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MikeQ3
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MandyC
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Thursday, May 31, 2001 (10:18 a.m.) 

Ladies and gentlemen, Ford Thaxton is a grotesquely fat, grotesquely ugly piece of work. I've seen a photo of his in some film music magazine and let me tell you, Ford ain't no Tom Cruise. He ain't even a cruise missile. Maybe more along the lines of a Pinto station wagon missing its hubcaps and covered with graffiti. At last report, to use Ford's own terminology, he weighed over 300 pounds and even Ford, as stupid as he may be, freely admits this on Usenet as if grotesque obesity is something to be proud of.

Now, I have nothing against large people and I certainly wouldn't make fun of anyone suffering from the condition if they weren't the asshole that is Buford Abbott Thaxton. Ford apparently lives/used to live with something he describes as a "woman" (whether or not she was inflatable remains unknown), and if he somehow is physically able to have sex with this "woman", it proves only that any person, no matter how vile/disgusting/stupid, can get laid.

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!



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The Public Servant
(rnoc5.pacsw.navy.mil)

  In Response to:
MandyC
FORD A. THAXTON, a picture of this menace:   Wednesday, June 20, 2001 (11:58 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Witness the bulging head of Ford Androgynous Thaxton:

http://www.filmmusicchannel.com/stcinema.html

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Alan Snelling
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MandyC
Ford A Thaxton is an idiot. *NM*   Saturday, July 28, 2001 (12:23 p.m.) 



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Bill Davis
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  In Response to:
MandyC
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Friday, August 3, 2001 (8:22 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Ford A. Thaxton is a record producing hack, who coordinates both legitimate and bootleg albums. His legitimate albums are not usually popular, but his bootlegs (for which he illegally obtained master tapes) include an impressive collection of scores. If you are looking for any of the following scores, then contact Thaxton at fordat1@aol.com or (818) 753-7939, and he will send them to you for a nominal fee.

The list of Thaxton bootlegs:

Men Of Honor
Meet The Parents
Austin Powers 1 & 2 (scores)
Gone In 60 Seconds
Urban Legends: Final Cut
The Cell
Shanghai Noon
Battlefield Earth
Being John Malkovich
The End Of The Affair
Eyes Wide Shut
The Truman Show
Ride With The Devil
Little Women
Interview with a Vampire
Pocahontas
Mission: Impossible
Sabrina
The Usual Suspects
Fargo/Barton Fink
Conspiracy Theory
Escape From L.A.
I Dreamed of Africa
Wolf
Rob Roy
Lost in Space (Intrada)
A River Runs Through It
Toy Story
Batman Forever
The Piano
A Little Princess
Journey of Man (IMAX)
Arabian Nights
The Hurricane
Wild Things
Girl, Interrupted
The Crying Game
The Faculty
The Frighteners
The Full Monty (promo)
Dead Again
Emma
Indecent Proposal
The Devil's Own
Point of No Return
Last Man Standing (either release)
Goldeneye
The Hurricane
The Firm
Howard's End
Apt Pupil
The Fugitive (1993)
Event Horizon
The Price of Tides
Hamlet (1996 or 2000)
Sleepers
The Phantom
Shadows of the Empire
Dolores Claiborne
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Needful Things
Shine
October Sky
The Age of Innocence
Cocoon: The Return
Michael Collins
Avalon
Quigley Down Under
Ransom
Gettysburg (both releases)
Flight of the Intruder (bootleg)
Fly Away Home (bootleg)
The Omega Man (FSM)
Beneath the Planet of the Apes (FSM)
The Undefeated (FSM)
While You Were Sleeping
The Siege
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
A Fish Called Wanda
Remains of the Day
A Perfect Murder
Licence To Kill
Mr  Holland's Opus
Blade
The Parent Trap 
How To Make An American Quilt
Scent Of A Woman
Speed
To Die For
Welcome Home Roxy Carmichael
The Crow 
The Crow: City Of Angels 
Titus
Quigley Down Under
Indochine
Rosewood
Come See the Paradise
Judge Dredd
La Femme Nikita
Secret Garden
The Joy Luck Club
Dave
Space Jam
One True Thing 
American History X
Mars Attacks!
True Lies
Godzilla (Arnold bootleg)
U-Turn
Rambling Rose
The Usual Suspects
Ravenous
Demolition Man
or any Varese Hercules/Xena album ;-)



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Hostmaster General
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MandyC
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Monday, August 13, 2001 (10:39 a.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

For Automated U.S. Government reports about "Ford Abbott Thaxton":

Driver's Record: call 1-760-635-5945 x3, then type 714-58-9006
Educational Record: call 1-213-382-8512 x5, then type 714-58-9006



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Jean-Bellanto
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MandyC
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Thursday, August 16, 2001 (6:39 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Ford Alligator Thaxton is a record label producer who suffers from a chemical imbalance of the brain. Some people think it is because he has infantile neurological development. Other people think it is because he has a tiny penis attached to a huge body mass. No matter the reason, Ford likes yelling at people and telling them that they are wrong. Even if it makes himself look stupid. He therefore deserves everything bad that people say about him.

If he disappeared off the face of the planet, the planet would be a nicer place.



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Gharlene from the Grave
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The THAXTON opera: "Io sono il Fatto! "   Thursday, August 23, 2001 (7:55 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Thaxton deserves, if not his very own soundtrack, at least the immortality of his own opera buffa:

[Opening strands of "Pagliacci"]

Thaxton (stumbling uneasily under the proscenium):

Si può? Si può? (May I? May I?)
Signori, Signori, (Sirs, Sirs,)
scusatemi (I beg pardon)
se da sol mi presento. (if alone I am here.)
Io sono il Fatto! (I am the fat guy)

Close-up to the audience of two filling the auditorium. Odeus and Potter, deeply moved, wiping tears like summer showers off their cheeks. On cue, Fido leaps onto their laps and starts licking their faces. Panting and sweating, Thaxton trips on a stool and, discomforted, breaks some wind.

Har!



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Jennifer Kelly
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MandyC
FORD A. THAXTON knowingly defrauds musicians and studios!   Thursday, August 30, 2001 (10:45 a.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

FORD A. THAXTON intentionally bilks money from FANBOYS for bootlegs he makes in his home. In the course of his business, THAXTON DEFRAUDS musicians and studios of the fees they deserve. Don't abandon the musicians. Don't buy from THAXTON or any of his aliases!

I have proof! I will mail you a printed copy.

I have proof!

I have proof!


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Brian Higraff
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MandyC
Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Thursday, September 6, 2001 (11:12 a.m.) 

Interesting statement by Film Score Monthly:

"I have been trying my best to ignore Ford Thaxton, no matter how much his inane comments, bully-tactics and, to be polite, his creative use of the English language constantly piss me off.

Due to his constant posting of factual information, which is even helpful on occasion, people might be under the mistaken impression that he is a nice person. He has wreaked havoc all over the net for years now, particularly on the Babylon 5, Deep Space Nine, and seaQuest newsgroups, where he has come to blows with the shows' producers and has even inspired various legal departments to start files in his honor.

Despite my intentions not to get into flame-wars with Mr. Thaxton anymore, because everybody hates it, I don't like being told to be polite by some idiot whose favorite catch-phrase is 'blow me and swallow.'"

-- Lukas Kendall


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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Sunday, September 9, 2001 (1:08 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Let's face it, some folks aren't educable. Ford Thaxton is one of them.



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Secret Bread Recipe Helps You Become THAXTON Overnight!   Monday, October 29, 2001 (7:56 p.m.) 

1,900 year old bread recipe actually helps you become 'Thaxton el Gordo'!

Is there a painless way for people to gain enormous weight? Yes! "Eeeeeeeeeyiedereeeen," exclaimed Ford A. Thaxton. It's been done. Being hailed here as the weight gain method of the century, THAXTON GORDO BREAD is rolling out like a juggernaught! The bread is a duplicate of a 1,900-year-old recipe used by the little known civilization of Fanboiz. The Fanboiz are considered to be the nerdiest people on earth. Their bread is the main part of their diet. This bread is absolutely delicious. Everybody loves it. Ford A. Thaxton most of all. But then a startling discovery was made. Just one or two slices of bread would bloat a person's stomach for 8 to 12 hours! Could this be a designed bread invented thousands of years ago?

The Fanboiz had too much food in the summer. Was the bread an ancient discovery of a hunger enhancer which also provided healthful rolls of fat to the body during summer months? What a huge benefit. To what do we attribute the powerful appetite enhancing properties of the THAXTON GORDO BREAD? Right now we're in the stage of making educated guesses. There are facts being uncovered that support a theory that this bread was designed in ancient times for the express purpose of bloating people so that they could eventually look like Ford A. Thaxton. The Fanboiz tribes are exceptionally fat, soft, and the ugliest people on earth. Many consider their bread to be one of the main reasons for this.

We suggest eating the THAXTON GORDO BREAD while it's still warm, with a slab of pork ribs and french fried potatoes. Fish chips optional. You only need one or two slices. Eating it is a delightful experience. It tastes better than any bread that we've ever eaten. Along with the taste, being warm makes it truly satisfying to eat. Now, here's what its like hour by hour after you eat the bread:

Hour 1 and 2. Each minute after you finish eating the bread seems like a build-up of an "asshole" feeling. It makes you want to log on to the internet immediately and write very rude things about innocent people. You keep getting fuller and fuller of your own feces. Both your attitude and hunger for revenge are very satisfied. You don't crave anything more.

Hour 3. In hour 3 something else happens. The thought of sex just doesn't appeal to you. It's not an unpleasant experience, quite the opposite. But, you don't have a desire for sex in any way, shape or form. You notice the rashes between your legs.

Hour 4. You no longer have a feeling of being stuffed or turned off by the thought of eating, but there's a kind of nothing feeling. You don't want to be nice, and you don't crave anything. It's just as I said, a sort of comfortable "nothing" stage. Fornication during this hour is physically impossible.

Hour 5 through 7. Toward the end of the 5th hour you begin to get mildly irritated, which then slowly increases into the 6th and 7th hour. Then, you lose total control and start insulting recently deceased people on the internet.

When you take a bite of the THAXTON GORDO BREAD, the delicious taste of the bread fills your mouth. You can tell that it is heavy, full of lead, plastic-like, and bad for you. Perhaps our bodies trigger an instinct that lets us know what's good or bad for us. THAXTON GORDO BREAD is indeed the most belch-inducing bread I have ever tasted. The bread is out of this world. It just gives you what you crave when you need to be fat and in a bad mood. We decided to simply publish the recipe for anyone who'd like to make it at home. You will receive two recipes, one for you who use a bread machine and one for you who make bread from scratch. To receive your THAXTON GORDO BREAD recipe immediately, for $269, use the secure VISA or Master Card order form. A receipt for $269 and the THAXTON GORDO BREAD recipes will be instantly Emailed directly to you.

Otherwise write "THAXTON GORDO BREAD" or "I WANT TO BE LIKE THAXTON" on a piece of paper and send it along with your name, address, city, state, zip and Email address with a check, cash or money order in the amount of $269.00 to:

Thaxton el Gordo
5247 Agnes Avenue
Suite 5
North Hollywood, CA 91607

You can join Thaxton in the "blubbery whale" classification of weight mass in just 20 hours!


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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Monday, November 19, 2001 (9:43 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Mr. Thaxton is highly suspect and possibly criminal. Before we started our film music company, Regal-Audio, we were innundated with emails to avoid Ford A. Thaxton at all costs. Thaxton decided that he did not want our new record label to release several MGM scores and he used his fat mouth to harass the studio until it withdrew from our contracts with it. He is a fat idiot with no life who likes to delve into other companies' personal business. We still know where he lives, and are not the shy types who would be afraid to come give him the ass kicking he's been deserving for years...

Before that, though, Regal-Audio is digitally remastering and manufacturing identical bootleg copies of Thaxton's promotional and commercial albums and are filtering them out to private film score dealers for distribution. We estimate that we have sold 4,000 bootleg albums of Thaxton's handy work. We would not do this to any other record producer... Only Thaxton. He does not deserve your commission payments. We are punishing him for destroying our fledgling record label for his own competitive enjoyment.

James Mamone
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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Wednesday, November 28, 2001 (6:23 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Ford A. Thaxton is a record producer who puts out terrible sci-fi soundtrack albums. But his main occupation is berating innocent people and making their lives miserable. His hypocricy is so thick that he could roll it up and use it as toilet paper. As he should.

MD


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Wow, what an impressive thread!   Monday, December 3, 2001 (7:59 p.m.) 

Dudes, you guys rock! has this page become the anti-Thaxton shrine of the internet or what?

From personal experience, Thaxton is a downer. total emotional child. he even got the webmaster of Filmtracks pissed and that's hard to do! Clem doesn't give up on anyone, but even he will have nothing to do with Thaxton anymore. no big loss, if you ask me.

my 2 cents,

The Wong©


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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Sunday, December 9, 2001 (8:28 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

If you know your Harry Potter, then you will instantly recognize that Ford A. Thaxton is who Dudley Dursley will grow up to be.



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Friday, December 14, 2001 (1:22 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

It's scary to read all those awful things about him in the other posts, and I regret to say that I have to agree with them. I thought Ford Thaxton was a helpful individual at first, because he *IS* very knowledgable about film music, but then I began reading his insults and attacks on other people. He would ridicule people who asked him questions and would refuse to answer other questions. From what I can tell, he has a sort of attitude disorder or something like that. He is a person to stay away from, especially if you are a woman!

J. Tomkins



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Wednesday, January 9, 2002 (7:06 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Congratulations first to Filmtracks.com.

Now, about Ford A. Thaxton.

A few years ago, I posted a question asking what qualifies F.A.T. to throw his weight around so often in online entertainment groups and website discussion areas. I honestly didn't know him from a hole in the ground when I asked. So I wanted to find out a little bit about the "Man from Mt. Olympus."

Rather than answering my question, he lambasted me publicly and privately for weeks, sending me offensive and unqualified emails that, as a side effect, frightened my wife.

The FIRST time I got the "Ford treatment" was when I dared to assert that James Horner's "Titanic" soundtrack sounded like recycled Enya tunes. He came down on me like a ton of bricks, more or less telling me that if I wasn't personally willing to go to court and testify against James Horner, I should keep my mouth shut. I guess F.A.T. doesn't regard the testimony of anyone's ears but his own.

Having a master's degree in music composition and having written 20 or so film scores, as well as dozens of audio tape scores, radio drama scores, jingles, etc., I think I have trained my ears well enough to present my views on music without being threatened by a self-styled Internet God of Film Music.

And, as I told Ford at the time, I don't mind writing anonymously, since it didn't seem to bother Dickens, the Brontes, and many other authors and composers (even film composers, for heaven's sake!).

- Craig



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NGAS Service Message, Specimen: Ford A. Thaxton   Friday, January 18, 2002 (9:54 a.m.) 

(The following is a courtesy provided by The National Grammar and Spelling Service)

The excerpts below have been compiled from Ford A. Thaxton's various attacks against Lukas Kendall of Film Score Monthly. All of these comments were written by Specimen Thaxton over a period of less than twenty four hours. The reader is encouraged to recite each extract out loud to enhance his or her learning experience:

#1. "You are a cowardly little bitter human being who won't even take responibilty for what he posts."

Correction: "Responibilty" should be spelled "responsibility," as in, "Ford Thaxton refuses to accept responsibility for being the asshole he is."

#2. "As to you other comments."

Correction: This is a profound grammatical error. Thaxton's trend of omitting the last letter in key words is truly disturbing.

#3. "No very original."

Correction: See #2

#4. "First off I apologize for the header of this thrend, but I used it to get to bring to your attention the most hateful post I've ever seen posted in this newsgroup by (IMHO) a rather sick and nasty little coward who seems to think wishing someone's death to be 'Amusing'."

Correction: There are three errors in this comment. "Thrend" is properly spelled "thread," as in "the thread was hanging from the tear in the enormous fat man's pants." Secondly, the phrase "used it to get to bring to" is poorly conceived and should be put to death. Finally, "someone's", as it is used in this statement, means "someone is." The phrase "someone is death to be Amusing" is poorly worded.

#5. "Any comment by either that is made by Mr. Kendall or published in his little fanzine is colored by Mr. Kendall's personal hatred of Mr. McNeely and should judged in that context."

Correction: It is difficult to discern what Ford Thaxton meant by this statement, since his grammar is so offensive and awful. The adroitly worded "Any comment by either that is made by..." speaks for itself.

#6. "He also has a habit of retreating to his little website kingdom in order to be protected from this who spot flaws in his "logic"."

Correction: Ford Thaxton chooses his pronoun incorrectly in the above statement. It should read "protected from 'those' who spot flaws..." or "protected from this 'which spots' flaws..."

#7. "And god forbid anyone dares no agree with Prince Kendall."

Correction: See #2 and #3

#8. "Prince Kendall has dished out about ten times as many snide (and very hateful) remarks then I have and I don't recall you speaking up then."

Correction: The word "then" is used improperly and should be replaced with the more accurate "than." Ford Thaxton has terrifically limited knowledge of the tender and complex differences between "then" and "than," and we at the NGSS take offense.

#9. "This coming from the offical FSM apologist."

Correction: "offical" should be spelled "official," as in "Ford Thaxton invited the official to his office for a hearty bowl of chunky soup."

10. "'Hateful' is really be kind."

Correction: This again is a case that can be interpreted in multiple ways thanks to its horrendous grammar. Ford may have meant "Being 'hateful' is really kind," or perhaps "It is unkind to call someone "hateful," or even "I become hateful when I am not satisified with the consistency of my chili."

#11. "I also notice that ist doesn't seem to trouble you that someone posted here that they'd like Mr. McNeely to die."

Correction: "Ist" should be spelled "it," a large and complex word. Note the placement of the letter "s" on the keyboard and its geographical relationship to the letters "i" and "t" before proposing a slip of the hand. Ford Thaxton's use of the word "they'd" in this context is also incorrect based on the original post. He should have used the word "he'd," as in "he'd have called me 'sugar' if I wasn't so damn ugly."

#12. "Unlike you, I stand by my posts and accept responibilty for them."

Correction: Statement #12 should confirm the shocking truth for all those readers who doubt the motives of the NGASS. Not only is "responsibility" spelled incorrectly once again, but in the exact same ways. Please speak the word "responibilty" aloud. It is not comfortable, is it? In fact, you do not even know whether to put the stress the second or fourth syllable, thanks to Ford Thaxton's perversion.

#13. "He's gone on to bigger and better things then your little fanzine."

Correction: Fittingly, lucky #13 is another example of Thaxton's confusion over the word "then." Hey, Ford... in your own language, from all of us here at the NGASS, "Weather you like it or no, you should accept responibilty for you're assinine elementary writing skills, rather then putting off all you anger on the readers of this web site or newgroup."

__________________________________________________________
Addendum Appendix A:
Ford A. Thaxton Language Difficulties, June 26-27, 2001 (Filmtracks ScoreBoard)

#1. "As for my message, it was a private email that supposed to be sent to Christian, filmtracks and filmusc-L are side by side in my address."

Note: Witness one missing "was" and one missing ";" as in the example: "Thaxton 'was' caught screwing the famous oboe';' the trial date is set for Thursday."

#2. "I'll see if I what do?"

Note: This fine sentence is completely unintelligible. When confronted by the subject of his poor language use, Thaxton refused to clarify, confirming that he himself doesn't know what he is saying 64% of the time.

#3. "Just remember My opinion and comments about you wouldn't change if left this mortal plane tomorrow."

Note: One missing "you," one missing comma, and one unnecessarily capitalized "My." In this sentence, Thaxton manages to convey that he would make ill comments about many people in the event of their untimely deaths.

#4. "Richard Cranni, what's your problem?"

Note: As explained above in the primary #2 correction, Specimen Thaxton has difficulties finishing words and proper names. He is so anxious to insult the other party in the conversation that he forgets to finish his individual words.

#5. "Why show respect to man who I didn't respect in the first after he's dead and attacked me for calling him by his real name? "

Note: The "who" is unnecessary, and a careful study has revealed a missing "place" after "first". Thereafter, the sentence is unintelligible.

#6. "Well, he should get degree of from his worshippers, he's dead."

Note: This is a third instance of a completely unintelligible string of sentence fragments from Thaxton within a 24 hour span.

__________________________________________________________
Addendum Appendix B:
Ford A. Thaxton Posting Difficulties, June 26, 2001 (FILMUS-L)

#1. (Private e-mail incorrectly sent to enraged FILMUS-L readers):

"Bull#####.

I never raised the topic on your board and I'm only responsible for what I post, what anyone else does, you take it up with them and DON'T BLAME ME FOR THE CONDUCT OF OTHERS!

So why don't you go rebuke the ones who posted the crap, I didn't start it on your board and I for the most part let it pass.

Don't you DARE blame me for the conduct of other ADULTS who clearly aren't under my control."

Note: The above tirade is an example of Specimen Thaxton's response to the cold and calculated logic of the Filmtracks Webmaster. Notice Thaxton's ultimate refusal to accept responsibility for any error, including an excess of run-on sentences.

_________________________________________________________________________
The preceding was a Message from the NGAS Service (Re: F.A. Thaxton)



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Friday, March 8, 2002 (1:46 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

I once used Earthlink as my e-mail provider. I liked very much to talk about film music with other people on the Internet. It was wonderful. I used to be a Mindspring user until Earthlink swallowed them, though that didn't matter much.

But then I began to get spam from the reknown spammer Ford Thaxton, fordat@earthlink.net. He wouldn't stop sending me his worthless soundtrack promotion e-mails!! I sent complaints to service@earthlink.net, support@earthlink.net, websupport@earthlink.net, pspfeedback@corp.earthlink.net, sales@corp.earthlink.net, referrals@corp.earthlink.net, presslink@earthlink.net, investors@earthlink.net, fraud@corp.earthlink.net, security@corp.earthlink.net, info@earthlink.net, affinity@corp.earthlink.net, as well as abuse@earthlink.net, and I told them that there was this "Ford A Thaxton" customer who was ruining my service!

For every spam I got from this insideous Ford Thaxton for over three months, I sent in complaints to these addresses.And got nothing but auto-responses!! So I cancelled my account with Earthlink they get no more of my moneys.

The morals of the story:

Avoid Earthlink
Avoid Ford A Thaxton!!


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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Wednesday, May 29, 2002 (8:08 a.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Just when you thought that Thaxton was beginning to get himself under control in 2002, he writes this public response in March:

"You haven't a clue, do you? The the pathetic fact that you even posted to
that last comment gives you away as the insecure, fat slob that you are. If
you really didn't give a sh!t about what people think of you, its simple,
then you shouldn't have replied back.

Gave you a chance to say something worthwhile.

You failed.

Ford A. Thaxton"

WHAT AN ASS!



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Friday, May 31, 2002 (8:53 a.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Short answer: He's a hypocrite, and he doesn't appreciate film music as a form of art (to him, it's mere business - which is why he usually denounces anyone who takes the genre seriously on its own terms as "fan boys").

Long answer: Waste of time.



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Re: FORD A. THAXTON? -hypocrite of huge proportions   Wednesday, June 5, 2002 (7:53 a.m.) 

Ford A Thaxton wrote this---> "Unlike some scum who post here, I sign my name and stand by what I write."

To Ford:

That's because you are a fat person, pal. You don't respect your body and you have no shame. You have nothing to hide because it's impossible to hide even your own body. Hence, "Ford A. Thaxton" and not "Smoothdog_36". So stop bitching about this name signing nonsense, babe.

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

> M


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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Monday, June 10, 2002 (7:53 a.m.) 

I know that Ford Thaxton often contributes a little to these film music sites, so I want to ask him publicly: Ford, what has been happening to your radio program "Soundtrack Cinema"? I could be wrong here but so far this year there's been only three shows. When you advertised the current one on AOTC, you indicated an upcoming show however the last time I looked there was no notification at all.

Are you being kicked off of the web, Mr. Thaxton?

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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Monday, June 17, 2002 (8:43 a.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

The toxicity that pervades the web whenever someone mentions Ford Thaxton is mind-boggling.



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Tuesday, July 16, 2002 (8:30 a.m.) 

Things I've noticed about the ass "Ford A. Thaxton" over the years
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Yes, he is an enormous fat man, which is fitting for his name's initials (F.A.T.).
2. If you are younger than Ford, you automatically don't know as much as he does.
3. If you don't sign your name to your post, you have no credibility.
4. Even if you do sign your name, he will insult you if you have an abnormal or ethnic name and he'll say that it is fake.
5. If you ask him a direct question and he doesn't want to answer he ignores it or redirects the subject.
6. If you continue to point out an unanswered question, he points out that he is quite busy and obviously has more of a life than you.
7. He has more of a life than you.
8. He loves all composers equally, but only in public.
9. His brain thinks faster than his fingers type and his fingers type faster than his eyes can read.
10. He is pseudo-polite, usually addressing people as Mr.
11. If you post an opinion and forget the "IMHO," you are actually stating your opinion as fact, and Ford will take you to task for that.
12.If you say anything negative about anyone, he will find something to say about it, search Dejanews/Google for every single post you've made to Usenet in your life, and take things out of context that have nothing to do with the discussion at hand just to try to prove his superiority.



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Thursday, October 3, 2002 (11:35 a.m.) 

Thaxton may be a d*** but this post was about the most ridiculous thing I've ever read. The grammatical "corrections" were incorrect about half the time. If you're going to take that much time to show someone up, be sure you're right!!!

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Re: I have a comment about Thaxton's sesspool mentality   Tuesday, January 14, 2003 (4:12 a.m.) 

Thaxton must drink cooked milk, otherwise he wouldn't produce such terrible music on albums.

Going for him: Fat people are harder to kidnap.



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Wednesday, February 5, 2003 (8:55 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Do not worry about this Thaxton. When the people of the Muslim faith decide to unleash the destruction of their bioterror weapons on the United States, FORD A. THAXTON will suffer just like all the rest of America. No pompous globules of fat will save his biodegradeable ass from the wrath of the Muslim Plague. Here is what he will face: ANTHRAX, SMALL POX, BOTULISM, BLACK PLAGUE, RICIN AND MUSTARD GAS. Any of these could extinguish his insignificant life and if he relies on governmental vaccines, he will experience major sexual side effects.

When the Plague comes, the skin will melt off of your body and you will all be a foaming slab of rotting biomatter. Just remember that when it happens, you can receive an INCOME AND PROPERTY TAX BREAK from the Federal Government if you are a victim.

Don't find yourself dead in the aftermath of victory by the Axis of Evil. Don't be Ford A. Thaxton, lying face down in an asphalt ditch and decomposing due to toxic nerve agents. Be prepared!


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Ford A. Thaxton is the solution to the American war on IRAQ   Friday, March 21, 2003 (2:32 p.m.) 

Film music fans know how to defeat Iraq inexpensively and quickly:

Why use bunker-busting bombs on Iraqi leadership targets when you could save loads of money and get the same result by dropping Ford Thaxton on the target instead? If his heavy ass doesn't crush the enemy, then his fat mouth would surely flush them out of their bunkers with white flags.



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Re: FORD A. THAXTON: I concur with Mr. Collins below.   Friday, April 11, 2003 (10:58 a.m.) 

Watching desperate Iraqi soldiers surrendering to drones and journalists, I shudder to think that they would probably surrender to Ford A. Thaxton too if they saw him lost in the desert, looking for all of his Bladerunner bootlegs.


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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Thursday, August 21, 2003 (4:46 p.m.) 

Ford A. Thaxton is so hated and mocked that he has his own popularly accepted song:

The Unofficial Ford A. Thaxton Diarrhea Song!

The first verses:

If you're hearin' Thaxton's rants
and your foamin' in your pants
diarrhea, diarrhea!



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON? - Another picture...   Sunday, September 21, 2003 (9:11 p.m.) 

Since they seemed to take away the previous picture of the Thaxton pig, see this one,



This is digusting picture of Ford Thaxton in 2000 getting his filthy hands on the wife and daughter of BASIL POLEDOURIS.

The rest of the pictures are here,
http://galeon.hispavista.com/pole_web/txtfoto/filmmusicnetw.htm


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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Wednesday, December 24, 2003 (12:28 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Ford A. Thaxton would make a very good HUMAN SHIELD. Not much else.

His is a disgrace to the professional industry here in Los Angeles and there are many people in this profession who wish he never existed.

He talks big about his contribution to film music as a record producer, but then he uses his connections to destroy the reputation of competitors who want to release the same soundtracks as he does.

With his huge weight problem, maybe we will all be lucky and he will die from heart disease in a few years.



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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?   Thursday, February 5, 2004 (1:25 a.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Can you imagine how long it would take for Thaxton to get through the security screening at an airport after George W Bush's Patriot Act went into law? They would have to strip him and probe underneath all the layers of fat to see if he was hiding contraband or terrorist weapons. All the guards would find would be bootleg copies of Varese Sarabande Club albums that Thaxton keeps hidden in the rolls of his blubber to bribe film music associates on a moment's notice.

I would pay much cash to seem him probed by the Federal Government. Can someone with connections please initiate an IRS audit on him?



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Details about the evil Ford A. Thaxton at FILMMUSIC DATABASE CENTRAL   Saturday, March 13, 2004 (3:21 p.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

I have huge infomation about the history of Ford A. Thaxton,
including his rise to power in the early 1990^s to his fall from power in the early 2000^s.

Ask me for a detailed collection of 235 pages of insults from and about Ford A. Thaxton.

Nowhere else is there a complete diary of Ford A. Thaxton's evil words and the counterattacks of his many enemies.

The FILMMUSIC DATABASE CENTRAL even has the lyrics to the UnOfficial Ford A. Thaxton Diarrhea Song.

Send me e-mail for this information.



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Re: A Thaxton question on the S.A.T. test!   Monday, August 16, 2004 (11:44 a.m.) 

ANALOGY TEST QUESTION on the 2004 S.A.T. test:

Question:

FORD A. THAXTON is to WEIGHT SCALES
what EARTHBOUND METEOR is to _____________

Answer:

a) WORLDWIDE DEVASTATION
b) SUBCONTINENTAL CRATER
c) MASS DEATH
d) ENVIRONMENTAL DISASTER
e) All of the above

Correct Choice: (e)



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The End of Ford A. Thaxton   Monday, September 13, 2004 (11:29 a.m.) 

> Who is this monster Thaxton? How horrible!

Our Favorite Thaxton is slowly disappearing. Ford's public insults and tactless comments have dwindled in recent months, even at his favorite haunts, and in the past few weeks have stopped altogether. He has lost nearly every professional associate in the business and the quantity of CDs he produces is fading away. His radio show is refused by all hosts. It seems Ford is gone. A moment of silence is perhaps appropriate.

Ford was Rick James to our collective Charlie Murphy... full-bore obliviousness like his comes along once in a blue moon, and I submit to you that we are poorer for his absence. From his early feuds with J. Michael Straczynski and Varese Sarabande to his recent battles with Lukas Kendall, Christian Clemmensen and the faint remainder of his allies, Ford has left himself no professional place in which to work. Perhaps he is simply taking a sabbatical of sorts, refueling his reserves of misplaced disdain and unintentionally hilarious attempts at derision. Some say that he has become unexpectedly pregnant with a fish-child who he will name Caliban (son of Buford) A. Thaxton. Others say the fish-baby will be named Zebulon. Yet others wish us quiet for fear that he will announce his foul return upon hearing interest in his name.

I can only hope he returns soon. There should always be room on the Internet for the Newmans of the world, if only for our own entertainment. Godspeed, Fordster!



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I will apologize on behalf of the Thaxton family   Sunday, December 25, 2005 (4:30 a.m.) 

If my brother has done these things and I tend to believe he has, I will apologize on behalf of my family. I do understand why he is this way, but that is no excuse for his behavior. A much more frightening thought, he is not the worst member of our family. It saddens me that Ford conducts himself in this fashion.

God bless,
Rick Thaxton

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