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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mists of Avalon (Lee Holdridge)

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Being a Christian don't make me a boyscout
• Posted by: Bindner
• Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2003, at 8:37 p.m.
• IP Address: mnpl-03-029.dialup.iowatelecom.net
• In Response to: Re: See what I mean? (Isobel)

A year ago, I came up to this girl and offered her some of my cookie. I said, "Would you like some of mah cookay?" and I think it offended her because she slapped me on the cheek. And, being the Christian I am, I said, "I've got three more, if you're interested." Then I start doing this stupid dance in front of her. She laughed, of course, and I think we would have hit it off quite well if I had only asked her for her phone number. Now, she's somewhere in Chicago (probably dreaming about me) and I'm here (definitely dreaming about her). Also, on my next first date with a pretty girl, I intend to put all her dressing up and make up to naught by blindfolding myself. I will then not have to look at her pretty face, and will be able to concentrate on her personality (and not falling down manholes). I have a bumper sticker that says, "If my Christianity offends you, go to your knees and beg God for an apology." Anyway, I am a Christian, but I can be a punk. Not the worst of them, but I have no qualms with offending others.

The music to Mists of Avalon is very lovely, and I won't place the morality of the film on the same playing field as the music. I prefer this forum for its reviews on music as opposed to other people's views on religion, so let's just quit the pointless banter, okay? It makes me tired.




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