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• Posted by Tom
• Date: Monday, June 26, 2006, at 3:53 p.m.
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• In Response to: Clemmensen, please answer these logical questions (Mark Heim)

> What difference does it make what kind of software you write for the
> message boards at 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.


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