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Re: Pornographic film, terrible music. Death to it all!
• Posted by: Dan Sartori
• Date: Saturday, November 2, 2002, at 11:00 a.m.
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• In Response to: Pornographic film, terrible music. Death to it... (Mohd Achmed Yusoff)

> This film is a disgrace to all the people of Islam, and proves to the
> world once again why the United States is the enemy of our peoples. The
> film is disgusting, the music is inappropriate, and it displays an
> empowerment of women that in unacceptable to Muslim audiences. If this
> really is the most popular movie score at this site, then the world rages
> with sickness!

> Death to the United States! Death to Great Britain! Death to Tunisia!

Wow! This is probably the single least-supported, least-evidenced, and most infuriating comment I have ever read on this site. But what REALLY saddens me is the response that it has gotten. People, when we respond to a fool in kind, we become a fool ourselves. Please do not lower yourselves to the level of an individual who is obviously just venting an inordinate amount of frustration without any real reason for doing so or any type of supported opinion. The only response here that even came close to being mature was the one from our gentleman in uniform - for which I thank you from the bottom of my heart - but the end of that response put a sour taste in my mouth. Please at least attemot to keep some level of human decency, EVEN when responding to one who has lost all of his.


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