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Comments about the soundtrack for Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (James L. Venable)

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Re: Pornographic film, terrible music. Death to it all!
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• Posted by: Rick   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, September 2, 2002, at 10:54 a.m.
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• In Response to: Pornographic film, terrible music. Death to it... (Mohd Achmed Yusoff)

Its impossible to predict whether you come back to see responses to your comments, but hopefully you will.

This nation, The United States of America, came about in the desire and belief that "All men (ABSOLUTELY to include WOMEN) are created equal....with certain unalienable rights," set forth in the "Declaration of Independence." What you suggest is, this Nation disolve, abandon, and conform to the beliefs of another.

It is MY right to approve of disapprove of this, or any other movie/song, since I have the freedom of choice. Death to America and any other race/Nation? That isn't going to happen. The reality is, ALL democratic nations and people will fight to preserve the rights of others. Their death, destruction, and eradication is impossible my friend!

> This film is a disgrace to all the people of Islam, and proves to the
> world once again why the United States is the enemy of our peoples. The
> film is disgusting, the music is inappropriate, and it displays an
> empowerment of women that in unacceptable to Muslim audiences. If this
> really is the most popular movie soundtrack site, then the world rages
> with sickness!

> Death to the United States! Death to Israel! You will be destroyed!!

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