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• Posted by Mac Styran
• Date: Monday, June 28, 2004, at 12:23 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Alright, I HAVE to answer to this! (Joe)

> An American run site, all in English, stupid me jumped to conclusions and
> assumed you were an American. I only picked yours out because yours was
> one of the only ones with coherant statements that warrented any type of
> response.

Erm... okay.

> The original oboe message itself was just some guy wanting to be
> a jerk off and just start spouting unrelated stuff on this board. I
> thought it was funny at first, until he repeated it one million times. My
> point being, there's not much within this post that makes a whole lot of
> sense, but your post actually seemed to have some kind of stance on
> censorship issues (being an anti-censorship conservative and, even more
> rare, one conservative who is a film student; I just had to weigh in on
> the topic).

Seems we have more in common than you think.

> But I respect your opinions and am glad we could talk this out
> like civilized adults. I think there are too many out there with a skewed
> perspective of conservatives, and by speaking out against this FCC
> panicker, I guess I'm helping dispel stereotypes in my own little way.
> Anyway, I'm off to browse the "top favorite cues" thread for
> ideas of what to add to my music collection.

I enjoy a good discussion.
Btw.: browse beyond the top faves. There are hell of a lot more great scores out there than displayed on that list.

> Peace in the Middle East,


Stay on this board. It's always nice to have reasonable guys here.


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