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Mark Heim
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C. Hook
Devin Rose
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Christian Clemmensen
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  Clemmensen, please answer these logical questions   Sunday, June 25, 2006 (8:43 a.m.) 

What difference does it make what kind of software you write for the message boards at Filmtracks.com when the reviews are all that matter? Fans come here to read reviews, not be impressed by your ability to design pretty graphics and create your own software packages. Why not invest that time in becoming a better reviewer instead?

I don't understand how you can continue to publish trash in your reviews and not be disgraced by your own humiliation. Compared to your competitors, you are inferior in every aspect of reviewing despite publishing reviews longer than those competitors. How can you sleep at night knowing that you keep writing uselessly lengthy garbage that every informed fan ridicules in other forums?

Do you enjoy being mocked?

Please, put your efforts where they need to be - in your inferior reviews.



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C. Hook
(200.122.153.46)

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Mark Heim
  Re: Clemmensen, please answer these logical questions   Sunday, June 25, 2006 (3:11 p.m.) 

> What difference does it make what kind of software you write for the
> message boards at Filmtracks.com when the reviews are all that matter?
> Fans come here to read reviews, not be impressed by your ability to design
> pretty graphics and create your own software packages.

Speak for yourself.

> I don't understand how you can continue to publish trash in your reviews
> and not be disgraced by your own humiliation. Compared to your
> competitors, you are inferior in every aspect of reviewing despite
> publishing reviews longer than those competitors. How can you sleep at
> night knowing that you keep writing uselessly lengthy garbage that every
> informed fan ridicules in other forums?

I know! I know!

You morons keep coming back.

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Devin Rose
(pool-71-105-79-215.lsanca.dsl-w.verizon.net)

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Mark Heim
  This is the most comprehensive score site of them all   Sunday, June 25, 2006 (10:25 p.m.) 

I've been visiting this site since I was a kid. My patronage has endured mostly because the incredibly well-written and honest reviews Christian writes.

Whenever I double-check a score by reading a second review somewhere else, they usually lack vastly in description, honesty and completeness.

I don't know how anyone could be disappointed by this site. Each review reads like it's written out of passion more than anything else.

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Indy2003
(69.15.111.138)

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Mark Heim
  Re: Clemmensen, please answer these logical questions   Monday, June 26, 2006 (8:17 a.m.) 

Leave Christian alone. I disagree with plenty of his reviews, but I always enjoy reading his candid thoughts. He's got a very well-designed site, and I can generally tell whether or not I'd like a score based on his solid description of it, regardless of the star rating. Filmtracks was my guide when I first began collecting film scores, and I'm sure that it's now serving as the guide for many other young collectors. It's a nice, accessible, fairly intelligent website. What's wrong with that?

Back at ya later

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Tom
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Christian Clemmensen
  What is up with you and Crannix and crew?   Monday, June 26, 2006 (3:53 p.m.) 

> What difference does it make what kind of software you write for the
> message boards at Filmtracks.com when the reviews are all that matter?
> Fans come here to read reviews, not be impressed by your ability to design
> pretty graphics and create your own software packages. Why not invest that
> time in becoming a better reviewer instead?

> I don't understand how you can continue to publish trash in your reviews
> and not be disgraced by your own humiliation. Compared to your
> competitors, you are inferior in every aspect of reviewing despite
> publishing reviews longer than those competitors. How can you sleep at
> night knowing that you keep writing uselessly lengthy garbage that every
> informed fan ridicules in other forums?

> Do you enjoy being mocked?

> Please, put your efforts where they need to be - in your inferior reviews.

You know, I seriously doubt you even listen to filmscores. All you and Richard and the other clowns seem to do is nothing but bash Clemmensons reviews of filmscores. You should actually create a website that reviews...FILMSCORE WEBSITES! You know, critque the software, reviews, layout, etc. and have a forum where you and the 4 or so others can create threads and discussions about filmscore websites. Have a rating system! Have dedication pages to your favorite reviewers!

So go ahead and have a circle jerk with you and your buddies at your own website. Just leave the rest of us the alone.

Tom


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Christian Clemmensen
(bushisacriminal.filmtracks.com)

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Tom
  Re: What is up with you and Crannix and crew?   Tuesday, June 27, 2006 (11:27 a.m.) 

> You know, I seriously doubt you even listen to filmscores. All you and
> Richard and the other clowns seem to do is nothing but bash Clemmensons
> reviews of filmscores. You should actually create a website that
> reviews...FILMSCORE WEBSITES! You know, critque the software, reviews,
> layout, etc. and have a forum where you and the 4 or so others can create
> threads and discussions about filmscore websites. Have a rating system!
> Have dedication pages to your favorite reviewers!

Too much effort for them. The "hit and run" technique is convenient and fun. At least I can track their use at the site and screw with them in return.

Heim has been a dickhead from day one. Crannix is a Filmtracks regular... I think he won a Cue Clue Contest once. Is he being a problem somewhere?

Christian



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Tom
(c-67-191-217-103.hsd1.ga.comcast.net)

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Christian Clemmensen
  Re: What is up with you and Crannix and crew?   Thursday, June 29, 2006 (4:23 p.m.) 

> Too much effort for them. The "hit and run" technique is
> convenient and fun. At least I can track their use at the site and screw
> with them in return.

> Heim has been a dickhead from day one. Crannix is a Filmtracks regular...
> I think he won a Cue Clue Contest once. Is he being a problem somewhere?

> Christian

I'm sure I'm wrong about Crannix. I believe I mistook him for MCdonald, the moron whose sole purpose was to mess with you.

But good for you on hounding them in return as well. One good dig deserves another!

Tom


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Christian Clemmensen
(bushisacriminal.filmtracks.com)

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Mark Heim
  Re: Clemmensen, please answer these logical questions   Tuesday, June 27, 2006 (11:23 a.m.) 

> What difference does it make what kind of software you write for the
> message boards at Filmtracks.com when the reviews are all that matter?
> Fans come here to read reviews, not be impressed by your ability to design
> pretty graphics and create your own software packages. Why not invest that
> time in becoming a better reviewer instead?

Time needs to be invested in all of it. Every section requires maintenance, and the reviews have been well-treated in the last three years. Their technical display was updated in 2003 and the standard of writing established in 2003 has been applied to about 300 previous reviews since then. So you can't argue with the attention given to the review section.

The Scoreboard and comment areas haven't experienced a technical revision since 2000... Thus, they are the priority now.

> I don't understand how you can continue to publish trash in your reviews
> and not be disgraced by your own humiliation.

A thick skin.

> How can you sleep at night knowing that you keep writing uselessly lengthy
> garbage that every informed fan ridicules in other forums?

I've been ridiculed at other sites for nearly ten years. I only pay attention if such detractors email me personally.

> Do you enjoy being mocked?

Yes, actually, I do. Insults are fun!

In the end, I know that I've got a life in the real world, and what happens online is more for entertainment than anything else.

> Please, put your efforts where they need to be - in your inferior reviews.

I like you... so cuddly and warm! Do you make funny noises when squeezed?

Christian



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G.K.
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Mark Heim
  I find this line very funny ...   Wednesday, June 28, 2006 (8:44 a.m.) 

> How can you sleep at
> night knowing that you keep writing uselessly lengthy garbage that every
> informed fan ridicules in other forums?

Well, just look at yourself ...

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