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Comments about the soundtrack for The Terminal (John Williams)

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Re: It's HanS Zimmer ...
• Posted by: Ken Applegate   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, July 1, 2004, at 8:35 a.m.
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• In Response to: It's HanS Zimmer ... (FREAK)

Why don't you try typing something in context when you debate me on how important the spelling of a name is. You are talking about someone making a major mistake that nobody would make if it weren't on purpose or the typist was totally ignorant. I didn't screw his name up on purpose, that's not something that I like doing unless I'm joking about a name with my buddies. Besides, the intentional f****** up of the first letter of a last name and the accidental missuse of the last letter in a last name is by leaps and bounds different. I mean, is the difference between Hans and Hanz the difference between Tucker and you know what?? NO! F****** DUHH!!

I mean, shure, I see his name on the screen all the darn time, but the only thing that I realize when I see it is "Oh great, her we go again. Another damned Zimmer score." I really don't pay attention to the unusual spelling of his first name. I've honestly never seen that perticular German name spelled with an "S" on the end before. Not very many people have seen a HanS outside of Zimmer.

So, without further eloquence, Piss Off.

> It does matter if your name is Tucker or #####er in my oppinion. Btw. The
> track really sounds like As Good As It Gets, the question is: so what?

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