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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: Raymond   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, March 30, 2006, at 6:25 a.m.
• IP Address: 206.206.84.153
• In Response to: Homosexuality AND its music are BOTH SINS! (Glenna Pritchard)

Hello Glenna,
First of all, did you know that your first name "Glenna" is the feminine form of a male name "Glenn"? (...."must be something inside" from Adam Ant)
Secondly, I assume that you are a Christian although you did not self-identify as one in your rant. If you are a Christian and if you believe that GOD will judge all sinners, then why don't you just relax and let GOD do His job? Surely your faith should bring you some level of peace and acceptance and forgiveness to your life and this world and to other sinners such as yourself? Is it that you want to be an AGENT of God and perform judgements yourself? Do you covet the position of Supreme Judge? Please relax and allow peace to flow from your faith.
As for the soundtrack to Brokeback Mountain, I loved it. The musical soundscapes were as beautiful as the movie's scenematic location in Canada. It was wonderful.




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