> (This is a sad individual. He did not realize that his IP address would be
> evident for all to see. Obviously, he is wasting company money by posting
> this ridiculous advertisement while working on the clock at FedEx.)
> If you don't have anything to say about the SCORE for the film -after all,
> Filmtracks is a FILM SCORE site- then go deliver packages like a good boy.
> Besides, you neglected to mention all of the hundreds of packages that
> were DESTROYED when the plane in Cast Away rammed into the sea. You cannot
> take delight in the fact that Hanks delivered just the one package when
> the entire damn plane load of packages was lost at sea, causing monetary
> and emotional stress to all the FedEx customers who sent something through
> your service on that day and flight.
> What would happen if that occured in real life? I sure hope you would
> reimburse all of the people who sent valuables through your service...
> valuables that mostly ended up at the bottom of the ocean and/or
> incinerated. You could start by sending them a copy of Varese Sarabande's
> Cast Away album of Alan Silvestri music.
I work at Fedex, perhaps if you had a job, it would prevent you from posting such pathetic wastes of bandwidth. Also, an IP address proves nothing -- Get a job, a life, and a clue - you wanna-be IT geek. It's a real foul that beings like you exist.