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Does Filmtracks.com have any standards for deleting all the ridiculous comments?

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Does Filmtracks.com have any standards for deleting all the ridiculous comments?   Wednesday, May 25, 2005 (6:49 a.m.) 

I've noticed that here and on many other Filmtracks.com review pages, people are allowed to ramble on about nearly any topic, even if it is blatantly offensive or unrelated to Revenge of the Sith. Is the policy & rules link only for show? Is there anything a person could post here that would actually be deleted by the editor?



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The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Wednesday, May 25, 2005 (1:39 p.m.) 

> I've noticed that here and on many other Filmtracks.com review pages,
> people are allowed to ramble on about nearly any topic, even if it is
> blatantly offensive or unrelated to Revenge of the Sith. Is the policy
> & rules link only for show? Is there anything a person could post here
> that would actually be deleted by the editor?

I am The Wongİ, friend of The Clemİ.

Those official rules you read on the site = total garbage.

For the Truth: It's time to pull out Clem's (Christian's - webmaster of this deviant place) old lists from 2000. It used to be "15 Things That Will Get Your Post Deleted" and "15 Things That You Can Get Away With in Your Post" but because I've been here since the start (circa 1995), and since Clem has unfairly neglected these almighty lists, I have expanded them to 35 in each to include the necessary events in the newer history of The Filmtracks Wild Kingdom of UnGodliness.

Submitted for your pleasure and reference...


35 Things That Will Get Your Post Deleted by Clem:
----------------------------------------------------------------------

1. Using a non-English language
2. Saying something extremely racist, sexist, or homophobic (he's a die-hard liberal)
3. WRITING IN ALL CAPS
4. Ending your question or exclamation with "?????" or "!!!!!"
5. Making fraudelent claims in the name of Varese Sarabande
6. Having the record labels complain about your post and threaten promo supply
7. Falsifying another's identity (but only if Clem is a friend of the victim)
8. Hacking nude photographs of Ford A. Thaxton into the post
9. Revealing the real home address of Clem and his wife
10. Revealing the real home phone number for Clem and his wife
11. Revealing banking or credit card numbers for Clem and his wife
12. Revealing private information about (some) other film music webmasters
13. Advertising links for pyramid schemes or penis pills
14. Perpetuating Nigerian money transfer scams (but only if they're not funny)
15. Piggybacking links at Filmtracks to increase your site's Google ranking
16. Correcting information in a Filmtracks review that was already correct
17. talkin teenie jive like "i luv yu!' and 'yu so kewl!'
18. Breaking one of Filmtracks' passwords and posting it in public
19. Denouncing the sacred feminine and true Holy Grail (Jesus' wife, in Clem's view)
20. Mentioning the name "Ariel"
21. Denying the San Francisco Giants the right to win the World Series
22. Being the 10,000th person to complain about white text on black backgrounds
23. Asking how to get in touch with Clem's parents (they seem to be popular)
24. Giving a detailed description of how you cut off your finger the other day
25. Rallying support for the brutal killing of Clem's child
26. Repeating the same exact post over and over and over again
27. Claiming to review a score and then just saying one or two words in the post
28. Blabbering about a score unrelated to the one on that review page
29. Impersonating Clem or trying to post in variations of his name
30. Insisting (falsely) that Clem is your long lost brother or best buddy
31. Worshipping Clem in Idol fashion and showering him with false praise
32. Conversing about Egyptian embroidery styles
33. Speaking ill word of Karl Tylre Chevrolet (Clem's day work)
34. Insulting the 1989 Ford station wagon that Clem has driven since... forever
35. Responding to a post that violates one of these other rules

35 Things That You Can Get Away With in Your Post:
----------------------------------------------------------------------

1. Publishing anything that Clem finds amusing to his twisted sense of humor
2. Expressing your enthusiasm for "taking the seed" of your favorite composer
3. Revealing the perceived complete and total stupidity of Clem and his writing
4. Telling everyone that a (Hans Zimmer) score makes your penis "strong and hard"
5. Posting links promising illegal MP3s that lead to religious propaganda sites
6. Mentioning the name "Dark Lord Satan" more than 8 times in one post
7. Telling Clem that he's ugly, but that you'd like to have sex with his wife
8. Requesting advice about convincing your girlfriend that you're not a pervert
9. Reprinting stories involving a California man caught screwing a Marxist oboe
10. Claiming to report Filmtracks for indecency violations to the Federal Government
11. Blasting the lawyers of Twentieth Century Fox
12. Sharing your youthful, undying love for the Pigeon Lady (a hot babe!)
13. Arguing that Harry Potter is subversive, perverted, and [not of God]
14. Speculating about Clem's waning levels of sanity in recent years
15. Ranting endlessly about the horrors of Ford A. Thaxton
16. Warning the Filmtracks readership that you plan on killing yourself shortly
17. Preaching the word of Christianity with extreme zeal and born-again philosophy
18. Being the 10,000th person to demand that somebody new write all the reviews
19. Criticizing the writing in the reviews even though your own English is awful
20. Embellishing a dumb opinion that will yield Clem's "official fanboy definition"
21. Debating about the falsified identity (theft) of one fanboy by another fanboy
22. Asking for nude photographs of Clem and, much more popularly, Clem's wife
23. Blabbering like a completely hopeless, uninformed fool for others' entertainment
24. Exposing Filmtracks' business plan as an elaborate money-making scheme of fraud
25. Hacking funny photos into a post if the claimed identity is obviously false
26. Referring to another participant as a "Gomer" (even in different languages)
27. Labeling Clem and his wife as horrible, Godless people who should be killed
28. Going orgasmic for some cute actor that every 15-year-old girl wants to mount
29. Slipping profane words past the decency filter if you're creative with symbols
30. Saying that you're off to Seattle to kick Clem's ass even though he's now in Montana
31. Listing all the extraordinary methods you plan to use to hasten Clem's death
32. Beginning any statement with the phrase: "If Jesus were alive..."
33. Substituting colorful language for describing the act of sexual intercourse
34. Ridiculing competing sites' webmasters that openly attack Clem and Filmtracks
35. Breaking the rules, but hilariously exposing the poster's stupidity in doing so

All of the above actually exist on the site. There are probably dozens more, but I hope this helps you bring sense to this usually nonsensical site of ill repute!

The fact that Clem makes so goddamn much money off of it is amazing. That's another list for another day...

The Wongİ



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Thursday, May 26, 2005 (7:29 a.m.) 

> Those official rules you read on the site = total garbage.

Like the Filmtracks privacy policy. Has anybody else seen that farce?

> The fact that Clem makes so goddamn much money off of it is amazing.

Does anybody know how much that actually is?



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Friday, June 3, 2005 (12:12 p.m.) 

> Does anybody know how much that actually is?

I heard it was 3000 dollars a month

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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Thursday, May 26, 2005 (8:17 a.m.) 

> Submitted for your pleasure and reference...

I hate to say that I find your lists funny, but I do. I guess you need to have a sense of humor to run a site like this without taking all the criticism personally.

> 35 Things That You Can Get Away With in Your Post:
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

> All of the above actually exist on the site.

Really? Those are even worse than some of the posts I have seen! Where do all of those offenses exist?



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Thursday, May 26, 2005 (11:18 a.m.) 

> Really? Those are even worse than some of the posts I have seen! Where do
> all of those offenses exist?

I'm an "old-timer" at Filmtracks and I can point you to most of the references:


> 35 Things That You Can Get Away With in Your Post:
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

> 1. Publishing anything that Clem finds amusing to his twisted sense of humor

That happens all over the site. Clemmensen's humor is everywhere, exemplified by his criticism of George W. Bush and the Pope in the small print.

> 2. Expressing your enthusiasm for "taking the seed" of your favorite composer

On the Nightmare Before Christmas page. Elfman fanatics.

> 3. Revealing the perceived complete and total stupidity of Clem and his writing

All over the site.

> 4. Telling everyone that a (Hans Zimmer) score makes your penis "strong and hard"

On the Black Hawk Down page.

> 5. Posting links promising illegal MP3s that lead to religious propaganda sites

Many places, including this Revenge of the Sith review.

> 6. Mentioning the name "Dark Lord Satan" more than 8 times in one post

Many places.

> 7. Telling Clem that he's ugly, but that you'd like to have sex with his wife

Again, the Nightmare Before Christmas page.

> 8. Requesting advice about convincing your girlfriend that you're not a pervert

On the Scoreboard.

> 9. Reprinting stories involving a California man caught screwing a Marxist oboe

The Scoreboard's most famous thread.

> 10. Claiming to report Filmtracks for indecency violations to the Federal Government

Part of the Scoreboard thread mentioned above.

> 11. Blasting the lawyers of Twentieth Century Fox

On the Moulin Rouge page.

> 12. Sharing your youthful, undying love for the Pigeon Lady (a hot babe!)

On the Home Alone 2 page.

> 13. Arguing that Harry Potter is subversive, perverted, and [not of God]

On all the Harry Potter reviews, but mostly The Chamber of Secrets.

> 14. Speculating about Clem's waning levels of sanity in recent years

That was Ford A. Thaxton on all the sites. Thaxton is a bullying record producer.

> 15. Ranting endlessly about the horrors of Ford A. Thaxton

On the Mummy Returns page.

> 16. Warning the Filmtracks readership that you plan on killing yourself shortly

I'm not sure where this one is. Probably the Scoreboard.

> 17. Preaching the word of Christianity with extreme zeal and born-again philosophy

Everywhere, but especially on The Passion of the Christ page.

> 18. Being the 10,000th person to demand that somebody new write all the reviews

On many reviews.

> 19. Criticizing the writing in the reviews even though your own English is awful

Again, on many reviews.

> 20. Embellishing a dumb opinion that will yield Clem's "official fanboy definition"

Started with Pirates of the Caribbean.

> 21. Debating about the falsified identity (theft) of one fanboy by another fanboy

Happens all the time, but that "bondo321" person who claimed that Hans Zimmer music is better than (BADWORD) complained the most about it.

> 22. Asking for nude photographs of Clem and, much more popularly, Clem's wife

I've seen that on the Faux Pas Page, but not yet in the review areas.

> 23. Blabbering like a completely hopeless, uninformed fool for others' entertainment

All over the site.

> 24. Exposing Filmtracks' business plan as an elaborate money-making scheme of fraud

Claims made by Kevin MacDonnell on the Scoreboard and Perfect Storm page.

> 25. Hacking funny photos into a post if the claimed identity is obviously false

On the Scoreboard.

> 26. Referring to another participant as a "Gomer" (even in different languages)

On the Scoreboard.

> 27. Labeling Clem and his wife as horrible, Godless people who should be killed

On the Passion of the Christ page.

> 28. Going orgasmic for some cute actor that every 15-year-old girl wants to mount

On the Notebook page.

> 29. Slipping profane words past the decency filter if you're creative with symbols

On the Scoreboard.

> 30. Saying that you're off to Seattle to kick Clem's ass even though he's now in Montana

Not sure where this one is.

> 31. Listing all the extraordinary methods you plan to use to hasten Clem's death

I've seen that on the Faux Page page, but not elsewhere.

> 32. Beginning any statement with the phrase: "If Jesus were alive..."

Clemmensen had T-shirts that said that.

> 33. Substituting colorful language for describing the act of sexual intercourse

On the Fellowship of the Ring page, or anywhere somebody named "The Kong" posts.

> 34. Ridiculing competing sites' webmasters that openly attack Clem and Filmtracks

Any review page where Dan Goldwasser of SoundtrackNet has flaunted his believed superiority over Clemmensen (example, Constantine page)

> 35. Breaking the rules, but hilariously exposing the poster's stupidity in doing so

Everywhere.

Have a nice day,

CB



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ   Monday, October 12, 2009 (9:13 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: The Breaking of the Fellowship.  

> Any review page where Dan Goldwasser of SoundtrackNet has flaunted his
> believed superiority over Clemmensen (example, Constantine page)

Yes, I knew I wasn't alone in my thoughts about Mr. Goldwasser. Did you notice how gay is Soundtrack.net now? They took out the user comments!


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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Thursday, May 26, 2005 (11:33 a.m.) 

> I am The Wongİ, friend of The Clemİ.

Nice to see you still hanging out at Filmtracks, you fruitcake. Don't you go disappearing for another year...



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Sunday, May 29, 2005 (7:07 p.m.) 

> Nice to see you still hanging out at Filmtracks, you fruitcake. Don't you
> go disappearing for another year...

I hope he does disappear. He another Unholy demon, like the editor of this site. Pray to God that Todd Wong accepts Christ as his Personal Savior or conducts his heathen activities away from public view.



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Tuesday, May 31, 2005 (9:09 a.m.) 

> He another Unholy demon, like the editor of this site.

I'd consider myself more demonic than Clem. He's actually made an effort to be a totally respectable member of society. Why you goddamn Christ-fanatics have been attacking Filmtracks for so long (7, 8 years?) when there are real sickos and criminals out there doesn't make sense.

> Pray to God that Todd Wong accepts Christ as his Personal Savior or
> conducts his heathen activities away from public view.

Baby, you don't want to know the heathen activities I've conducted in public view!

The Wongİ



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Friday, May 27, 2005 (8:13 a.m.) 

> 33. Speaking ill word of Karl Tylre Chevrolet (Clem's day work)
> 34. Insulting the 1989 Ford station wagon that Clem has driven since... forever

let me get this straight- Clemmensen works at a Chevrolet dealership, but drives one of those old Ford country squire wagons with wood panels? In Montana?? Thats a beach car, a surfer's car. Id be shocked if he isnt harrassed every day by his co-workers!



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Friday, May 27, 2005 (8:56 p.m.) 

> Mentioning the name "Ariel"

who is ariel? i don't ever remember seeing a girl named ariel on any of christian's personal pages.

> Going orgasmic for some cute actor that every 15-year-old girl wants to mount

i know you're talking about the page for 'the notebook' but you gotta know that ryan gosling is hot!



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Tuesday, May 31, 2005 (11:53 a.m.) 

> 5. Posting links promising illegal MP3s that lead to religious propaganda sites

That guy REALLY pisses me off. I go there expecting MP3s and I get a heavy dose of JESUS. I kick myself because he's gotten me to follow the link three or four times. That's a case where I wish Clemmensen would delete the deceptive comments!



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Saturday, June 4, 2005 (8:12 a.m.) 

> 25. Rallying support for the brutal killing of Clem's child

I didn't know that Christian and Stella have a child. Or is this a theoretical rule?



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)   Thursday, June 9, 2005 (6:01 p.m.) 

> 17. Preaching the word of Christianity with extreme zeal and born-again philosophy

There's a real classic nutcase on the Scoreboard right now. Quite incredible, really --

http://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=145894



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ   Sunday, May 17, 2009 (8:57 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: Angels & Demons (Hans Zimmer)  

What the hell happened to this thread? I came back to it for amusement and all of its entertaining responses from the last few years are gone!

> I am The Wongİ, friend of The Clemİ.

> Those official rules you read on the site = total garbage.

> For the Truth: It's time to pull out Clem's (Christian's - webmaster of
> this deviant place) old lists from 2000. It used to be "15 Things
> That Will Get Your Post Deleted" and "15 Things That You Can Get
> Away With in Your Post" but because I've been here since the start
> (circa 1995), and since Clem has unfairly neglected these almighty lists,
> I have expanded them to 35 in each to include the necessary events in the
> newer history of The Filmtracks Wild Kingdom of UnGodliness.

> Submitted for your pleasure and reference...

>

> 35 Things That Will Get Your Post Deleted by Clem:
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

> 1. Using a non-English language
> 2. Saying something extremely racist, sexist, or homophobic (he's a
> die-hard liberal)
> 3. WRITING IN ALL CAPS
> 4. Ending your question or exclamation with "?????" or
> "!!!!!"
> 5. Making fraudelent claims in the name of Varese Sarabande
> 6. Having the record labels complain about your post and threaten promo
> supply
> 7. Falsifying another's identity (but only if Clem is a friend of the
> victim)
> 8. Hacking nude photographs of Ford A. Thaxton into the post
> 9. Revealing the real home address of Clem and his wife
> 10. Revealing the real home phone number for Clem and his wife
> 11. Revealing banking or credit card numbers for Clem and his wife
> 12. Revealing private information about (some) other film music webmasters
> 13. Advertising links for pyramid schemes or penis pills
> 14. Perpetuating Nigerian money transfer scams (but only if they're not
> funny)
> 15. Piggybacking links at Filmtracks to increase your site's Google
> ranking
> 16. Correcting information in a Filmtracks review that was already correct
> 17. talkin teenie jive like "i luv yu!' and 'yu so kewl!'
> 18. Breaking one of Filmtracks' passwords and posting it in public
> 19. Denouncing the sacred feminine and true Holy Grail (Jesus' wife, in
> Clem's view)
> 20. Mentioning the name "Ariel"
> 21. Denying the San Francisco Giants the right to win the World Series
> 22. Being the 10,000th person to complain about white text on black
> backgrounds
> 23. Asking how to get in touch with Clem's parents (they seem to be
> popular)
> 24. Giving a detailed description of how you cut off your finger the other
> day
> 25. Rallying support for the brutal killing of Clem's child
> 26. Repeating the same exact post over and over and over again
> 27. Claiming to review a score and then just saying one or two words in
> the post
> 28. Blabbering about a score unrelated to the one on that review page
> 29. Impersonating Clem or trying to post in variations of his name
> 30. Insisting (falsely) that Clem is your long lost brother or best buddy
> 31. Worshipping Clem in Idol fashion and showering him with false praise
> 32. Conversing about Egyptian [bleep!] styles
> 33. Speaking ill word of Karl Tylre Chevrolet (Clem's day work)
> 34. Insulting the 1989 Ford station wagon that Clem has driven since...
> forever
> 35. Responding to a post that violates one of these other rules

> 35 Things That You Can Get Away With in Your Post:
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

> 1. Publishing anything that Clem finds amusing to his twisted sense of
> humor
> 2. Expressing your enthusiasm for "taking the seed" of your
> favorite composer
> 3. Revealing the perceived complete and total stupidity of Clem and his
> writing
> 4. Telling everyone that a (Hans Zimmer) score makes your penis
> "strong and hard"
> 5. Posting links promising illegal MP3s that lead to religious propaganda
> sites
> 6. Mentioning the name "Dark Lord Satan" more than 8 times in
> one post
> 7. Telling Clem that he's ugly, but that you'd like to have sex with his
> wife
> 8. Requesting advice about convincing your girlfriend that you're not a
> pervert
> 9. Reprinting stories involving a California man caught screwing a Marxist
> oboe
> 10. Claiming to report Filmtracks for indecency violations to the Federal
> Government
> 11. Blasting the lawyers of Twentieth Century Fox
> 12. Sharing your youthful, undying love for the Pigeon Lady (a hot babe!)
> 13. Arguing that Harry Potter is subversive, perverted, and [not of God]
> 14. Speculating about Clem's waning levels of sanity in recent years
> 15. Ranting endlessly about the horrors of Ford A. Thaxton
> 16. Warning the Filmtracks readership that you plan on killing yourself
> shortly
> 17. Preaching the word of Christianity with extreme zeal and born-again
> philosophy
> 18. Being the 10,000th person to demand that somebody new write all the
> reviews
> 19. Criticizing the writing in the reviews even though your own English is
> awful
> 20. Embellishing a dumb opinion that will yield Clem's "official
> fanboy definition"
> 21. Debating about the falsified identity (theft) of one fanboy by another
> fanboy
> 22. Asking for nude photographs of Clem and, much more popularly, Clem's
> wife
> 23. Blabbering like a completely hopeless, uninformed fool for others'
> entertainment
> 24. Exposing Filmtracks' business plan as an elaborate money-making scheme
> of fraud
> 25. Hacking funny photos into a post if the claimed identity is obviously
> false
> 26. Referring to another participant as a "Gomer" (even in
> different languages)
> 27. Labeling Clem and his wife as horrible, Godless people who should be
> killed
> 28. Going orgasmic for some cute actor that every 15-year-old girl wants
> to mount
> 29. Slipping profane words past the decency filter if you're creative with
> symbols
> 30. Saying that you're off to Seattle to kick Clem's ass even though he's
> now in Montana
> 31. Listing all the extraordinary methods you plan to use to hasten Clem's
> death
> 32. Beginning any statement with the phrase: "If Jesus were
> alive..."
> 33. Substituting colorful language for describing the act of sexual
> intercourse
> 34. Ridiculing competing sites' webmasters that openly attack Clem and
> Filmtracks
> 35. Breaking the rules, but hilariously exposing the poster's stupidity in
> doing so

> All of the above actually exist on the site. There are probably dozens
> more, but I hope this helps you bring sense to this usually nonsensical
> site of ill repute!

> The fact that Clem makes so goddamn much money off of it is amazing.
> That's another list for another day...

> The Wongİ



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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ   Saturday, September 19, 2009 (8:09 a.m.) 

> What the hell happened to this thread? I came back to it for amusement and
> all of its entertaining responses from the last few years are gone!

Wasn't this the thread that Clemmensen had to remove because of a threat of legal suit from some angry woman he used to partner with? I think there was something posted about it at the Scoreboard message board.



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