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Re: setting the record straight
• Posted by: John
• Date: Tuesday, September 21, 2010, at 1:36 p.m.
• IP Address: adsl-66-124-70-133.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net
• In Response to: setting the record straight (tanguera)

> I knew Ariel once upon a time and she wouldn't sue anybody unless somebody
> was commiting a serious crime against her. She's a great person and not
> the type to harass anybody with lawyers. Whatever happened here must have
> been really terrible and I'm sorry to see that the owners of this site use
> it to attack innocent and wonderful people. ((

Attack innocent and wonderful people? Are you serious? Clemmensen is so harmless that he doesn't even attack the wicked and awful people. Off-hand sarcastic comments, yes. Cryptic references in his reviews. A funny 404 page. But, attacks against people in the real world, no. If he did, everyone would hear his legendary Ford Thaxton phone recordings, which he won't even make public. Or he would have encouraged Filmtracks' army of geeks to blast your friend's reputation online, which he did the opposite -he asked everyone to leave her alone at all costs.

Get your facts straight before you come to this site making assumptions about Filmtracks and its owner. From what I know about the problem with Bowlby, it's outsiders like you that keep coming to Filmtracks and making trouble for Clem. Someday, one of these morons -or a oversensitive composer- will actually go ahead and sue him for some ridiculous reason and Filmtracks will have to declare bankruptcy on attorney's fees before a judge could throw out the suit. I'm willing to bet on it.




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