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Re: A Message for "Adam P", "Nobody" and other maniacal Zimmer fanatics
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• Posted by: Amuro
• Date: Wednesday, June 11, 2003, at 3:53 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: A Message for "Adam P", "Nobody" and other... (ugly joe)

> Thanks for your calling me great God of film music, but I can't accept
> being called like that. I know to what extent you worship everything I
> say, but just try to hide that and develop your own personality! It will
> be hard, but you must try anyway!
Hey, that's so curious! I could not
> help but laughing at you and your posts as well!!!! I must admit that at
> first I tried to read them and make sense out of them, but that being a
> "mission: impossible" I realized that there was nothing to
> understand at all!
You say you are studying music? C'mon, you can do
> it, man. And if you happened to be able to finish with that, you know that
> there will always be a place for you in the circus closest to where you
> live. By the way, I've told ya not to idolize me! And stop laughing that
> much, or people will know that what they've always thought about you (that
> is, that you are a hopeless retard) is true!

I have an A+ in my music composition classes. And not many people think I'm a "hopeless retard" I have good grades and I can pretty much write anything i'm asked to.

> So was I then, dude. And it was you that replied to my post and initiated
> this, by the way. Who should be taught about freedom of thought, then?

It was me but I was responding to someone who was saying things (in a more than rude way) about scores which I wanted to respond and put forth my reasons for disagreeing, If I offended you I'm sorry (I mean it)

> The fact is that I like jazz quite a lot. Another big surprise for Mr.
> Perfect!!!!! And, by the way, what if I don't? Is it a sacrilegy or what?
> Is it superior to electronic music? Are you one of those retards who do
> still think that some music styles are superior than others? Are you that
> fanatic?

I like electronic music very much. I love the elctronic music in "The Matrix".
And I do think Jazz, Classical, New Age, and some electronic are far better than Hip Hop and Rap...

> In my opinion, Catch Me If You Can is . Lord of the Rings is a
> masterpiece, far better that Williams' poor and dying effort. Catch... is
> an uninspired score. A Beautiful Mind is uninspired. LOTR is a sublime
> masterpice. Maybe it's too complex for you, isn't it? Ask your teacher to
> teach you to appreciate the excellence of this score. There's still hope
> left!

LOTR is good, don't get me wrong I didn't express my opinion correctly. I love Lotr I just think so many scores have to come before it do you know what I mean just in my opinion compared to CMIYC LOTR is just worthless drivel.

> Who cares about what you think, donkey? You know I have, but you are that
> closed-minded and fanatic that you can't accept someone having listening
> to Attack of the Clones, CMIYC or ABM and not liking them. Wake up, dude!
> Welcome to the real world, where not all people do think what you want
> them to!!!!!

I don't care if you dis-like them, just next time state that in a less "Opinionated" way and sound far more polite...

> ugly joe


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