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Comments about the soundtrack for The Quiet American (Craig Armstrong)
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Fraley
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English Teacher
Review format   Tuesday, March 4, 2003 (9:41 a.m.) 

First, I like the new format for the review, with the pro/con listed at the top. However, I couldn't help but notice that the gramar was so bad I caught myself wondering if this was written by someone for whom english was not their first language. Written too late at night, perhaps?

Anyway, being a fan of Armstrong, I'm hoping this will be a strong album.

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English Teacher
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Fraley

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Fraley
Re: Review format   Wednesday, March 5, 2003 (12:02 p.m.) 

Why don't you learn how to spell "grammar" before you criticize somebody else's writing. And by the way, English is spelled with a capital "E."

> First, I like the new format for the review, with the pro/con listed at
> the top. However, I couldn't help but notice that the gramar was so bad I
> caught myself wondering if this was written by someone for whom english
> was not their first language. Written too late at night, perhaps?

> Anyway, being a fan of Armstrong, I'm hoping this will be a strong album.


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Fraley
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English Teacher
Re: Review format   Wednesday, March 26, 2003 (10:38 a.m.) 

> Why don't you learn how to spell "grammar" before you criticize
> somebody else's writing. And by the way, English is spelled with a capital
> "E."

Sigh. The zealot strikes again. So I mispelled a word. This forum doesn't have a spell-checker or an edit function. However, I'm pretty sure the reviewer had access to both. Anyway, it wasn't meant as a criticism, just an observation. I enjoy this site, and the information it provides, but that doesn't make Christian perfect.

Changing subjects, now that I have heard the score, I can say that it is indeed quite good.

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