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Comments about the soundtrack for Othello (Ballet) (Elliot Goldenthal)

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• Posted by: Smulihoffi   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, August 1, 2003, at 9:35 a.m.
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• In Response to: Who authorized this idiot Filmtracks reviewer ... (Derrick N. Overton)

What the hell is wrong with people?!
For real, what is the matter with you all?!

Don't you knwo that people are different from one another? That their minds are different? That their opinion just might slightly differ from one another?
What the hell is so wrong about not liking something? I mean Christian's thoughts on this CD (or any other for that matter) aren't the only truth. You see, the great thing with having a brain in your head (eventhough you who criticise other people's opinions don't seem to have one) is that every human being's brain works in a different way. You can have your own thoughts. You do not have to agree with other people. You CAN agree with them, but ONLY if you want to (which unfortunately has not always been the case, in, say, Soviet Union, China, Korea etc.).
Don't you guys remember the film "People vs. Larry Flint"? A greeat film by the way. But my point is, there's this fabulous line in the movie. It goes like this:
"(Yeah well), opinions are like assholes. Everybody's got one."

So, if someoe's "asshole" is a little different from yours, it doesn't mean it's wrong. Please, allow people to have the kinds of "assholes" they want to.


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