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Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting Conduct (adapt. 2005 by The Wongİ)
• Posted by: Curtis Beaulieu
• Date: Thursday, May 26, 2005, at 11:18 a.m.
• IP Address: 63.27.49.250
• In Response to: Re: The Unofficial Rules of Filmtracks Posting... (Paul)

> Really? Those are even worse than some of the posts I have seen! Where do
> all of those offenses exist?

I'm an "old-timer" at Filmtracks and I can point you to most of the references:


> 35 Things That You Can Get Away With in Your Post:
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

> 1. Publishing anything that Clem finds amusing to his twisted sense of humor

That happens all over the site. Clemmensen's humor is everywhere, exemplified by his criticism of George W. Bush and the Pope in the small print.

> 2. Expressing your enthusiasm for "taking the seed" of your favorite composer

On the Nightmare Before Christmas page. Elfman fanatics.

> 3. Revealing the perceived complete and total stupidity of Clem and his writing

All over the site.

> 4. Telling everyone that a (Hans Zimmer) score makes your penis "strong and hard"

On the Black Hawk Down page.

> 5. Posting links promising illegal MP3s that lead to religious propaganda sites

Many places, including this Revenge of the Sith review.

> 6. Mentioning the name "Dark Lord Satan" more than 8 times in one post

Many places.

> 7. Telling Clem that he's ugly, but that you'd like to have sex with his wife

Again, the Nightmare Before Christmas page.

> 8. Requesting advice about convincing your girlfriend that you're not a pervert

On the Scoreboard.

> 9. Reprinting stories involving a California man caught screwing a Marxist oboe

The Scoreboard's most famous thread.

> 10. Claiming to report Filmtracks for indecency violations to the Federal Government

Part of the Scoreboard thread mentioned above.

> 11. Blasting the lawyers of Twentieth Century Fox

On the Moulin Rouge page.

> 12. Sharing your youthful, undying love for the Pigeon Lady (a hot babe!)

On the Home Alone 2 page.

> 13. Arguing that Harry Potter is subversive, perverted, and [not of God]

On all the Harry Potter reviews, but mostly The Chamber of Secrets.

> 14. Speculating about Clem's waning levels of sanity in recent years

That was Ford A. Thaxton on all the sites. Thaxton is a bullying record producer.

> 15. Ranting endlessly about the horrors of Ford A. Thaxton

On the Mummy Returns page.

> 16. Warning the Filmtracks readership that you plan on killing yourself shortly

I'm not sure where this one is. Probably the Scoreboard.

> 17. Preaching the word of Christianity with extreme zeal and born-again philosophy

Everywhere, but especially on The Passion of the Christ page.

> 18. Being the 10,000th person to demand that somebody new write all the reviews

On many reviews.

> 19. Criticizing the writing in the reviews even though your own English is awful

Again, on many reviews.

> 20. Embellishing a dumb opinion that will yield Clem's "official fanboy definition"

Started with Pirates of the Caribbean.

> 21. Debating about the falsified identity (theft) of one fanboy by another fanboy

Happens all the time, but that "bondo321" person who claimed that Hans Zimmer music is better than (BADWORD) complained the most about it.

> 22. Asking for nude photographs of Clem and, much more popularly, Clem's wife

I've seen that on the Faux Pas Page, but not yet in the review areas.

> 23. Blabbering like a completely hopeless, uninformed fool for others' entertainment

All over the site.

> 24. Exposing Filmtracks' business plan as an elaborate money-making scheme of fraud

Claims made by Kevin MacDonnell on the Scoreboard and Perfect Storm page.

> 25. Hacking funny photos into a post if the claimed identity is obviously false

On the Scoreboard.

> 26. Referring to another participant as a "Gomer" (even in different languages)

On the Scoreboard.

> 27. Labeling Clem and his wife as horrible, Godless people who should be killed

On the Passion of the Christ page.

> 28. Going orgasmic for some cute actor that every 15-year-old girl wants to mount

On the Notebook page.

> 29. Slipping profane words past the decency filter if you're creative with symbols

On the Scoreboard.

> 30. Saying that you're off to Seattle to kick Clem's ass even though he's now in Montana

Not sure where this one is.

> 31. Listing all the extraordinary methods you plan to use to hasten Clem's death

I've seen that on the Faux Page page, but not elsewhere.

> 32. Beginning any statement with the phrase: "If Jesus were alive..."

Clemmensen had T-shirts that said that.

> 33. Substituting colorful language for describing the act of sexual intercourse

On the Fellowship of the Ring page, or anywhere somebody named "The Kong" posts.

> 34. Ridiculing competing sites' webmasters that openly attack Clem and Filmtracks

Any review page where Dan Goldwasser of SoundtrackNet has flaunted his believed superiority over Clemmensen (example, Constantine page)

> 35. Breaking the rules, but hilariously exposing the poster's stupidity in doing so

Everywhere.

Have a nice day,

CB




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