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Comments about the soundtrack for 300 (Tyler Bates)

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Re: Why would a professional organizer threaten Filmtracks?
• Posted by: Mike Jacobs
• Date: Monday, December 7, 2009, at 12:53 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Why would a professional organizer threate... (John)

> I think you're missing the point. Clemmensen made it clear when he briefly
> discussed this matter on the Scoreboard that this woman is clearly a
> long-time nuisance to him and he doesn't want to deal with her anymore
> than he is forced to. I'd guess that he complied with the terms of her
> threat simply to make her go away. Nobody disagrees with you about the
> legality issues. I actually posted in that thread in question and there
> was nothing amounting to libel anywhere in the whole conversation. Most of
> the thread wasn't even about her. The only person really attacked was
> Clemmensen himself (as usual).

I still don't get it. Christian fights legal challenges from studios and composer agencies but gives in to some angry woman who simply can't stand not having total control over her name usage? I mean, have you googled her name and read some of her pretentious and self-absorbed advice for organizing your life in her blog? She's one of those wannabe indpendent professional women who is all bark and no brain. (THAT'S MY OPINION. YOU CAN'T SUE ME EITHER) Christian should have published her threat like all the others. That's another thing too -- doesn't she realize that if she did attack Filmtracks legally, Christian would publicize the case with all the power of Filmtracks' reach on the internet? Like the Moulin Rouge review. It would do her name 10 times more harm than good.

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