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Comments about the soundtrack for Brokeback Mountain (Gustavo Santaolalla)

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Re: Homosexuality AND its music are BOTH SINS!
• Posted by: Somebody   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, March 17, 2006, at 5:05 a.m.
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• In Response to: Homosexuality AND its music are BOTH SINS! (Glenna Pritchard)

> If Gustavo Santaolalla wrote the music for this terrible film before even
> seeing it, then he is as guilty as anyone who has committed SODOMY, for he
> must have written his music to represent HOMOSEXUALITY while trying to
> actively imagine the FORBIDDEN ACT.

> Santaolalla will suffer the pits of ETERNAL FIRE for his misjudgement!

You're a wally, pal. This music doesn't represent homosexuality - it represents love. Do you think Santaolalla sat there for hours trying to discover what it "feels like" to be gay before he scored this film?

Everybody is fully entitled to their opinions regarding homosexuality, and the validity thereof -- naturally it is your perogative if you think it is wrong... It's called difference of opinion.

Telling people they'll roast in hell because they don't think what YOU think is nothing short of lunacy.

The gentleman who quipped that it wouldn't be him on the barbeque was quite right. Doesn't the bible say something about judgement, somewhere? Have a look at Matthew 7:1-5, you hypocrite!


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