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Comments about the soundtrack for Tears of the Sun (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: A Message for "Adam P", "Nobody" and other maniacal Zimmer fanatics
• Posted by: ugly joe   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, June 11, 2003, at 10:02 a.m.
• IP Address: cliente-212079158056.cm256.senpd.supercable.es
• In Response to: Re: A Message for "Adam P", "Nobody" and other... (Amuro)

> You say no one cares what I say? And why do they care what you say?
> Because your the great God of film music! I'm sorry I forgot, its
> incredible its almost as if I was laughing at your posts rather than
> reading them as a form of study for my music composition classes, I should
> realize what your saying is complete devine truth but...Oh wait I
> was laughing at your posts.

Thanks for your calling me great God of film music, but I can't accept being called like that. I know to what extent you worship everything I say, but just try to hide that and develop your own personality! It will be hard, but you must try anyway!
Hey, that's so curious! I could not help but laughing at you and your posts as well!!!! I must admit that at first I tried to read them and make sense out of them, but that being a "mission: impossible" I realized that there was nothing to understand at all!
You say you are studying music? C'mon, you can do it, man. And if you happened to be able to finish with that, you know that there will always be a place for you in the circus closest to where you live. By the way, I've told ya not to idolize me! And stop laughing that much, or people will know that what they've always thought about you (that is, that you are a hopeless retard) is true!

> I wasn't trying to offend you I was posting my "opinion" a word
> which you don't seem to know!

So was I then, dude. And it was you that replied to my post and initiated this, by the way. Who should be taught about freedom of thought, then?

> You hate Jazz don't you? "Catch Me If You Can" is a GREAT score
> worthy of an academy Award nomination I only wish it could have won! And
> "Lord of The Rings" won last year over "Harry Potter"
> or the one that should have won "A Beautiful Mind"! Now
> LOTR is an "uninspired" score.

The fact is that I like jazz quite a lot. Another big surprise for Mr. Perfect!!!!! And, by the way, what if I don't? Is it a sacrilegy or what? Is it superior to electronic music? Are you one of those retards who do still think that some music styles are superior than others? Are you that fanatic?

In my opinion, Catch Me If You Can is . Lord of the Rings is a masterpiece, far better that Williams' poor and dying effort. Catch... is an uninspired score. A Beautiful Mind is uninspired. LOTR is a sublime masterpice. Maybe it's too complex for you, isn't it? Ask your teacher to teach you to appreciate the excellence of this score. There's still hope left!

> Have you listened to any of the scores you called mediocre? I don't think
> you have.

Who cares about what you think, donkey? You know I have, but you are that closed-minded and fanatic that you can't accept someone having listening to Attack of the Clones, CMIYC or ABM and not liking them. Wake up, dude! Welcome to the real world, where not all people do think what you want them to!!!!!

ugly joe




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