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Comments about the soundtrack for The Imitation Game (Alexandre Desplat)

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Re: Disrespectful review
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• Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2015, at 11:47 a.m.
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• In Response to: Disrespectful review (MKM)

> Alan Turing was a deviant homosexual and did not have a proper
> relationship with our Savior Jesus Christ and the biblical texts. This
> review's perverted attack on religion is a hideous and grotesque attempt
> to conceal the reviewer's own sinful existence.

Alan Turing was instrumental in the success of the Allied Forces during World War Two... what have you achieved in your life? Apart from a pitiful existence in which you take every excuse to "fight the good fight" against people who have little to do with you in the name of a jealous, spiteful God whose teachings were denounced by his very own son in the New Testament?

It's funny how people like you will rant on and on about Jesus yet continue to completely ignore his teachings. Or rather, should I say, pick and choose: you sure are quick to ignore all the passages in the Old Testament that forbid you to do certain things if they get in the way of you living your life. But hey, like I said, you're free to believe what you want to believe, it's no business of mine. But the world is changing, and people like you are become increasingly irrelevant.

Of course I take all this back if you're a troll, in which case hats off to you.

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