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• Posted by Pawel Stroinski
• Date: Thursday, June 24, 2004, at 2:55 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy (Becky)

> I am certainly glad I am not a man. Why are there mainly men at this site?
> Are soundtracks a manly thing? AND WHY do I read comments all over this
> site about men getting their penises stuck in the 'playholes' of CDs??

Hmm. To answer your question we would have to know the story of a Kong, who wanted to be the King, but couldn't be. This guy probably had the problem he accused others of. Sad thing, Becky, but seems so true... The only difference is he doesn't like Zimmer.

Film scores aren't a manly thing. I know at least two girls who listen to them and sometimes women appear on Scoreboard. Women, you are invited on this or any film score website. It would be interesting to know your, perhaps more sensitive, or emotive, point of view. You see, I, for one, am not a chauvinist .



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