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I've read the review. Now where are Goldwasser's corrections?

Walker
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Dan Goldwasser
I've read the review. Now where are Goldwasser's corrections?   Saturday, April 2, 2005 (3:08 p.m.) 

Dan Goldwasser must find something wrong with Filmtracks Sin City review, because it has lots of back story and Soundtrack.net did a interview with the Sin City composers. That means Goldwasser knows it better then Filmtracks. Where are the corrections??



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Dan Goldwasser
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Walker

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Mark Kindler
Re: I've read the review. Now where are Goldwasser's corrections?   Saturday, April 2, 2005 (4:21 p.m.) 

> Dan Goldwasser must find something wrong with Filmtracks Sin City review,
> because it has lots of back story and Soundtrack.net did a interview with
> the Sin City composers. That means Goldwasser knows it better then
> Filmtracks. Where are the corrections??

At least you figured out that I might know more about the backstory than Christian. But any errors I MIGHT have with his review (which I haven't read just yet) will be taken up with him in person, because lord knows you don't need any more fodder.

Who the hell ARE you anyways? You're always out here railing against me, but hiding behind a pseudonym really isn't very brave or manly of you.

Dan

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Dan Goldwasser
Re: I've read the review. Now where are Goldwasser's corrections?   Sunday, April 3, 2005 (4:48 p.m.) 

> At least you figured out that I might know more about the backstory than Christian.

How pig-headed can you be? I think Walker was trying to be sarcastic. You weren't supposed to take his comment literally.

> Who the hell ARE you anyways? You're always out here railing against me,
> but hiding behind a pseudonym really isn't very brave or manly of you.

He probably hides because he doesn't want to get Thaxton treatment in response to posting about your insulting personality.



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don quixote
Re: I've read the review. Now where are Goldwasser's corrections?   Sunday, April 3, 2005 (5:43 p.m.) 

> How pig-headed can you be? I think Walker was trying to be sarcastic. You
> weren't supposed to take his comment literally.

Oh Mark, chill out. You'd have to be blind to realize that if I did a big article on the music with the composers and director of the film, then I probably DO know more about it than Christian, who lives in Montana. If it's "pig-headed" of me to suggest that I might be in a more informed position, well, then you need to reassess your definition.

As for Walker, no, he's never been sarcastic - he's always been a prick to me.

> He probably hides because he doesn't want to get Thaxton treatment in
> response to posting about your insulting personality.

How am I the "insulting" one? He's the one who comes on the board, throws some personal insults at me, and vanishes. Do a search on the Scoreboard. He does it all the time.

If you can't stand my "insulting" personality, then don't click on my posts. Duh.

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Tromboja
Re: I've read the review. Now where are Goldwasser's corrections?   Tuesday, April 12, 2005 (10:18 p.m.) 

Don't worry...be happy...

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don quixote
Re: I've read the review. Now where are Goldwasser's corrections?   Sunday, May 1, 2005 (9:33 p.m.) 

> Don't worry...be happy...

(Whisle): Wooo woo woo woo wowo woo woo wewy woo


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