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Re: A Message for "Adam P", "Nobody" and other maniacal Zimmer fanatics
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• Posted by: Amuro
• Date: Saturday, June 14, 2003, at 7:06 p.m.
• IP Address: 12-222-158-77.client.insightbb.com
• In Response to: Re: A Message for "Adam P", "Nobody" and other... (ugly joe)

> Ok, ok, what I said was stupid. Sorry for that. I did not mean to say that
> you are a hopeless retard, and I'm pretty sure that you'll get excellent
> results in all your exams.

> All right, I'm sorry as well.
And I do think Jazz, Classical, New Age,
> and some

> You know what? I also love The Matrix electroic music and New Age. It
> seems that we do have in the end far more things in common than we
> expected!

> Yeah, I see your point. In my opinion (it's just a very personal opinion,
> of course), The Lord of the Rings I and II are absolute masterpieces. If
> The Return of the King does not disappoint us, this will be one of the
> best musical trilogies ever!

> All right. Anyway, I always try to sound polite. I mean, provided people
> are polite to me as well! From the moment when someone starts insulting or
> criticizing my tastes or something like that, I kiss politeness goodbye,
> because these people don't deserve to be treated politely. Politeness is a
> reciprocal attitude. Politeness implies respect and tolerance. Everybody
> has the right to post his/her opinions about any given score, no matter
> whether these criticisms are positive or negative. But when someone starts
> insulting or responding to these posts in an unpolite way, we all have the
> right to reply.
I don't believe in "objective" criticisms,
> because I think that music is not an objective matter. There's no
> accounting for tastes. Therefore, I will always post my opinions and
> ideas, and these will always be opinionated and subjective, because they
> reflect what I feel about any given piece of music. Since all of us are
> different, our responses to whatever piece of music will be different as
> well, and that's great. My policy is simple: I post my ideas without
> insulting anybody. But if someone replies to any of my posts and starts
> criticizing me or telling me I'm wrong or that I know nothing about film
> music(music has nothing to do with knowledge, damn! It has to do with
> feelings, and all of us have that!) then I'm "obliged" to
> respond in the same way as I've been treated. So I don't think that I've
> not been polite. I'm polite if people reply to my posts in a polite way as
> well, respecting my ideas.

Your right...

No one who has not been treating another with respect deserves it.

> Anyway, I appreciate what you have said in this post and your apologizing,
> that's why I do apologize for some of the things I've said as well.

> ugly joe

Amuro




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