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Comments about the soundtrack for The Da Vinci Code (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: This Thread Leads to Inanity, Boorishness, and Hot Gas
• Posted by: Brian
• Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2006, at 8:07 a.m.
• IP Address: 80.179.107.162.ispeednet.net
• In Response to: This Thread Leads to Inanity, Boorishness, and... (Governor Jose)

My Convenant With God and The Lord Jesus Christ is One Superior to Yours.

> Sherlock Holmes once said that once you exclude all impossibilities, then
> that which remains, however improbable, must be the truth. Now, let's
> approach this rationally. There are two different scenarios to consider:
> a) the good Father is serious, or b) the good Father is not serious; c)
> the good Father is actually a man of the cloth, or d) he likes to amuse
> himself by inciting vitriolic message board exchanges and watching how
> gullible people are.

> If the good Father is serious, he is crazy and his post is beneath
> comment. If he is not serious, then you are wasting your breath. If the
> good father is really a man of the cloth, he is dangerously reactionary,
> ignorant, and craven, and his post is beneath comment. If he is not,
> prolonging the war of words will simply play into his scheme, which, from
> an objective point of view, would be rather entertaining to witness.

> The facts are these: a man claiming to be the good Father appears on a
> film music site proclaiming the sinfulness of its subject matter upon the
> appearance of the review of the score to a controversial film. A group of
> people who agree with him suddenly feel compelled to descend into venality
> by visiting the same site. At least one of the respondents possesses the
> same IP address, indicating usage of the same computer and, while
> admittedly circumstantially, insinuating the author to be the same person.
> Barbara, whose reverent tone bespeaks agreement with the good Father, is
> taken aback at such a suggestion, while speaking in a stilted and formal
> prose not normally found on internet forums.

> People, get real. Either way you dice it he wants to rile you up. Ignore
> his post and deprive him of what he wants: attention.




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