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  California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (9:58 a.m.) 

California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
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MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement charges.

"We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime," said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more specifics about the incident.

Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday night.

The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison time.

Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly damaged during the crime.

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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (10:02 a.m.) 

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.
>
> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

Was it Ford A. Thaxton?



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Lawrence Yang
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  Completely unnecessary response   Friday, December 29, 2000 (10:18 a.m.) 

> Was it Ford A. Thaxton?

Yes, Ford is an easy target because he can be rude and condescending and thereby tick a lot of people off.

But really . . .

Perspective, people. Perspective.

Unless you think that turnabout is fair play.

In which case, your response was entirely appropriate

- Lawrence

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  Re: PARTIALLY unnecessary response   Friday, December 29, 2000 (11:02 a.m.) 

Actually, I think it was a partially necessary response.



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Ford A. Thaxton
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  B. Eta Sellers, another hypocrite chimes in   Friday, December 29, 2000 (11:16 a.m.) 

> Actually, I think it was a partially necessary response.

Ah, another hypocrite chimes in.

Folks, it's nice to see that you flock together.

BTW, B. Eta Sellers you never did answer a question posed to you:

When and when did you get the new version of DUNE and could you be very specific as to these supposed clicks and pops appear?

I await your reply.

Ford A. Thaxton


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Joe Evans
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  Re: B. Eta Sellers, another hypocrite chimes in   Friday, December 29, 2000 (11:21 a.m.) 

Hey, you should get a Nintendo. They're loads of fun, and the characters in the games don't insult you back when you shout at them. Isn't that exciting!?

-+>Joe

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Preston Jelmet
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  Re: B. Eta Sellers, another hypocrite chimes in   Monday, August 18, 2003 (4:28 p.m.) 

> Hey, you should get a Nintendo. They're loads of fun, and the characters
> in the games don't insult you back when you shout at them. Isn't that
> exciting!?

> -+>Joe

How about they make a Nintendo game where the point of the game is to see how many oboes you can masturbate with? Jeremy Soule can write the music.

-P. Jelmet

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B. Eta Sellers
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  Re: B. Eta Sellers, another hypocrite chimes in   Friday, December 29, 2000 (11:46 a.m.) 

> Ah, another hypocrite chimes in.

Do you know what a hypocrite is?

It is a person who says one thing and does another.
What did I do that was contrary to what I said?

> Folks, it's nice to see that you flock together.

I'm glad.

> BTW, B. Eta Sellers you never did answer a question posed to you:

> When and when did you get the new version of DUNE and could you be very
> specific as to these supposed clicks and pops appear?

> I await your reply.

I am not at liberty to say.

> Ford A. Thaxton


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Ford A. Thaxton
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  Re: B. Eta Sellers, another hypocrite chimes in   Friday, December 29, 2000 (11:53 a.m.) 

> I am not at liberty to say.

You can't say where you bought it and when?

Well, I think it's safe to say that IMHO you were lying in the first place and NEVER heard the new version and your comments were posted for some less then honorable motives.

In the future, try not to lie so much.



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  LOL!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (12:22 p.m.) 

> You can't say where you bought it and when?
> Well, I think it's safe to say that IMHO you were lying in the first place
> and NEVER heard the new version and your comments were posted for some
> less then honorable motives.
> In the future, try not to lie so much.

I just realized what this post actually means. Ready for this? It says "If you won't tell me, it must not be true."

Gee, Ford, I didn't think you had enough gravity for entire planets to revolve around you. I guess I was wrong.

Still laughing from the implications of the above, John

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  Re: Ford Thaxton, another hypocrite chimes in   Friday, December 29, 2000 (3:01 p.m.) 

> I am not at liberty to say.

You can't say where you bought it and when?

Of course I COULD. But I would be breaking a promise of silence.
But does it matter? Apparantly my CD is not the same as all the good ones, however many there may exist.

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  Re: Ford Thaxton, another hypocrite chimes in   Friday, December 29, 2000 (4:35 p.m.) 

> You can't say where you bought it and when?

> Of course I COULD. But I would be breaking a promise of silence.
But
> does it matter?

Yeah, it does.

Because it would show you to be a liar.

I'll make it easier

EXACTLY WHEN did you get your copy?

If you can't answer that simple question, RETRACT YOUR ORIGINAL STATEMENT.

Folks you like you have a very hard time with very SIMPLE AND EASY TO ANSWER QUESIONS, a major character flaw IMHO.

Regards

Ford A. Thaxton


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B. Eta Sellers
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  Re: Give it up! I'm not talking. Waste your own time.   Friday, December 29, 2000 (10:32 p.m.) 

> If you can't answer that simple question, RETRACT YOUR ORIGINAL STATEMENT.

I am perfectly capable of answering that simple question. I could answer it, if I really wanted to and/or needed to. Do you think after your friendly pestering I would satisfy YOU by revealing this mystery?

You're not very good at persuasion.

What does it really matter anyway? It's the same CD even if I import it from Iceland. Doesn't matter who got it for me either. I'm sure you wouldn't even know who it was, nor care.

> Folks you like you have a very hard time with very SIMPLE AND EASY TO
> ANSWER QUESIONS, a major character flaw IMHO.

A major character flaw, eh? Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.
Your shouting and diatribes are evidence enough of a "character flaw."

I don't think you understand it yet. I'm not going to divulge my source.
IT IS A SIMPLE AND EASY QUESTION yes Ford, you got that right.

Why is it a character flaw to keep my promise of not telling from whom I received the CD because of a promise? There would be few people I would break
a promise for, none of which Ford you are a member of. Oh, you'll never ever find out.

And if you feel the need to respond with the "if you can't answer that question..." again, go right ahead. It's your time I'm wasting, because I won't answer it.

I won't be visiting the ScoreBoard for some time, so write whatever you want.
Call me a hyprocrite, even though I did what I said.

Doesn't matter to me. I'll never know.

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  Re: Ford Thaxton, another hypocrite chimes in   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (5:59 p.m.) 

I had forgotten that this Screwing Marxist Oboe thread was also a delightful exhibition of Ford Thaxton bullyism at its best. Who was the person posting as "B Eta Sellers"?

> Because it would show you to be a liar.

> If you can't answer that simple question, RETRACT YOUR ORIGINAL STATEMENT.

> Folks you like you have a very hard time with very SIMPLE AND EASY TO
> ANSWER QUESIONS, a major character flaw IMHO.

> Regards

> Ford A. Thaxton



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  That's what made Ford great!   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (7:05 p.m.) 

> I had forgotten that this Screwing Marxist Oboe thread was also a
> delightful exhibition of Ford Thaxton bullyism at its best. Who was the
> person posting as "B Eta Sellers"?

Absolutely, but that's what made Ford so great. How can you not love his replies to that B. Eta Sellers phony?

Jens

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  Re: Ford Thaxton, another hypocrite chimes in   Tuesday, August 19, 2003 (8:29 a.m.) 

> Folks you have a very hard time with very SIMPLE AND EASY TO
> ANSWER QUESIONS, a major character flaw IMHO.

Thaxton, you have a very hard time with very SIMPLE AND EASY TO UNDERSTAND ENGLISH, an even more major character flaw. IMHO of course.



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mark
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  hehehehehehe   Friday, December 29, 2000 (10:24 a.m.) 

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!

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  Re: hehehehehehe   Friday, December 29, 2000 (11:17 a.m.) 

> HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!

Reading the messages in this particular thread, followed abruptly by this one, made me bust out laughing. I couldn't help it!

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mark
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  The party never stops at Christian's Place!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (11:53 a.m.) 

> Reading the messages in this particular thread, followed abruptly by this
> one, made me bust out laughing. I couldn't help it!

This forum is even more entertaining than the Scoreland one.


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mark
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  It seems taht alot of people take this forum too seriously.   Friday, December 29, 2000 (12:11 p.m.) 

> Reading the messages in this particular thread, followed abruptly by this
> one, made me bust out laughing. I couldn't help it!

Why do people get so uptight on this board; its just the Internet for God's sakes!

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  Markus D, Hypocrite (IMHO of course)   Friday, December 29, 2000 (11:12 a.m.) 

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.
>
> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> Was it Ford A. Thaxton?

Gee, and you ask for me to be banned due fo whatr you call "My Insulting treatment of people" and you post something like this.

Look in the mirror and say HYPOCRITE.

The trouble with folks like lou is that you don't like it when folks challenge on your statements.

In your case you've made a false statement about a CD I worked on and when called on it you've done your best to try and avoid supporting your statement and aren't adult enough to admit you can't and retract it.

In short: You cna dish it out, but you can't take it in return.

Loser...

IMHO of course.

Regards,

Ford A. Thaxton



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John Dunham
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  Wow   Friday, December 29, 2000 (12:26 p.m.) 

> The trouble with folks like you is that you don't like it when folks
> challenge on your statements.
> In short: You can dish it out, but you can't take it in return.
> Loser...

You wrote a post that applies equally to yourself when you delete everything specific to Markus!

heh heh heh

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Ford A. Thaxton
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  Re: Wow   Friday, December 29, 2000 (12:37 p.m.) 

> You wrote a post that applies equally to yourself when you delete
> everything specific to Markus!

> heh heh heh

Speaking of hypocrites.....

John, REALITY CHECK

I can give as good as I get.

And I'll look you right in the eye when I say it, seomthing most folks who seem to be upset lack the spine to do.

Regards,

Ford A. Thaxton


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  Nothing important here...   Saturday, December 30, 2000 (11:19 a.m.) 

> Speaking of hypocrites.....
> John, REALITY CHECK

Actually, I usually keep mine. Prevents people from tampering with it.

> I can give as good as I get.

We all know that much. Heck, you can give a lot better than you get. You sure have a hard time TAKING what you get, though.

> And I'll look you right in the eye when I say it, seomthing most folks who
> seem to be upset lack the spine to do.
> Regards,
> Ford A. Thaxton

I really wish this forum had a "roll eyes" smiley...

John

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  Re: Roll eyes smiley....   Saturday, December 30, 2000 (1:48 p.m.) 

> I really wish this forum had a "roll eyes" smiley...

> John

It needs an "Evil Face" smiley too. Not this one but one with a smile. Like a wonderful, terrible idea kind of smile.

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  Re: Markus D, Hypocrite (IMHO of course)   Friday, December 29, 2000 (1:06 p.m.) 

> In your case you've made a false statement about a CD I worked on and when
> called on it you've done your best to try and avoid supporting your
> statement and aren't adult enough to admit you can't and retract it.

What's wrong with you, Ford? The man made a QUERY about the whole CIC thing... he was ASKING us if we recollected the seeing the same thing. He wasn't "out to get you". In fact, you could twist it around and say that he was trying to save you face and trouble.

He was very polite about it. Just because you don't like the possibility that it might be true, DON'T SHOOT THE MESSENGER!

> IMHO of course.

YHO makes absolutely no difference to me now. Which is sad, because I used to listen to your show in Olympia. You have lost a listener.

Jeff


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  Re: Markus D, Hypocrite (IMHO of course)   Friday, December 29, 2000 (4:45 p.m.) 

> What's wrong with you, Ford? The man made a QUERY about the whole CIC
> thing... he was ASKING us if we recollected the seeing the same thing.

Well, if you havne't figured it out, that's your problem.

This lying fool was asked to support his STATEMENT (not question, he made a statement) and he's failed to do so.

It's called being IRRESPONSIBLE.

And if you have not seen this word before I'd suggest you go to:

https://m-w.com/

You can also look up the meanings of OPINIONS and STATEMENTS and differences between the two.

maybe you'll understand after you look this up.

Regards

Ford A. Thaxton


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  Ooooo! Name calling!   Saturday, December 30, 2000 (11:20 a.m.) 

> This lying fool was



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  Re: Markus D, Hypocrite (IMHO of course)   Friday, December 29, 2000 (1:41 p.m.) 

> Look in the mirror and say HYPOCRITE.

> Loser...

O merciful Father, who hast taught us in thy holy Word that thou dost not willingly afflict or grieve the children of men: Look with pity upon the sorrows of FORD A. THAXTON, for whom our prayers are offered. Remember him, O Lord, in mercy, nourish his soul with patience, comfort him with a sense of thy goodness, lift up thy countenance upon him, and give him peace; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.



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  Re: Markus D, Hypocrite (IMHO of course)   Friday, December 29, 2000 (10:40 p.m.) 

Ya know, if you didn't use the archaic King James language in your posted prayers, I imagine people would accept them a little more. It just comes across like you're some kind of bible geek. But they do make me sit back and think about things, so thank you.

-+> Joe

> O merciful Father, who hast taught us in thy holy Word that thou dost not
> willingly afflict or grieve the children of men: Look with pity upon the
> sorrows of FORD A. THAXTON, for whom our prayers are offered. Remember
> him, O Lord, in mercy, nourish his soul with patience, comfort him with a
> sense of thy goodness, lift up thy countenance upon him, and give him
> peace; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


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Racerprose
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (11:42 a.m.) 

> Was it Ford A. Thaxton?

Do you really think that was necessary? Bad form....

-Racerprose



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  Bad Form Indeed!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (12:06 p.m.) 

> Do you really think that was necessary? Bad form....

> -Racerprose

Bad form indeed. It is comments like those that make them no better then Ford.

Klatt

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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (12:54 p.m.) 

> Do you really think that was necessary? Bad form....

I consider myself a decent man, and I don't normally disagree with you, Racer. But I think that in light of Thaxton's recent behavior and general dislike of all of us, he deserved such a remark. Not to mention that it was funny.

Just an opinion.

Jeff


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Zachary Behrendt
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (1:10 p.m.) 

> I consider myself a decent man, and I don't normally disagree with you,
> Racer. But I think that in light of Thaxton's recent behavior and general
> dislike of all of us, he deserved such a remark. Not to mention that it
> was funny.

A decent man you are, Jeff.... but I think what was said was a little too immature. If you don't like someone you either say you don't to the person or you don't say anything at all (I rather like the second idea). Like I said in another post I am not agreeing with anyone on the matter I just want everything to end - smoothly.

> Just an opinion.

Well of course.

-Racerprose

> Jeff



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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (1:21 p.m.) 

> A decent man you are, Jeff.... but I think what was said was a little too
> immature. If you don't like someone you either say you don't to the person
> or you don't say anything at all (I rather like the second idea). Like I
> said in another post I am not agreeing with anyone on the matter I just
> want everything to end - smoothly.

Ideally, yes. But there's a frightening thing going on for me (and I think Markus) right now. I am starting --just starting-- to understand the anger that people like Valerius Kavaliers and "You Yourself and Dick" display. It is juvenile, I know, but Thaxton has frustrated me just enough to understand those characters' motives. I've almost reached the point at which I could call King FM and tell them that I will no longer be listening to their radio station only because of Ford's show. I wish the man ill, and that is not healthy!

Jeff



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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (10:06 p.m.) 

> A decent man you are, Jeff.... but I think what was said was a little too
> immature. If you don't like someone you either say you don't to the person
> or you don't say anything at all (I rather like the second idea). Like I
> said in another post I am not agreeing with anyone on the matter I just
> want everything to end - smoothly.

But that wouldn't be any fun! Drawn-out bickering is the bread and butter of The Scoreboard!

Zack

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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (1:14 p.m.) 

> Do you really think that was necessary? Bad form....

Interestingly, I was on the phone with Ford when I started getting this news flash by e-mail and we talked about it briefly. You would be surprised by how funny and devious Ford's sense of humor can be.

He takes these things in stride.

Though I think the whole Dune debate --which he and I both wish would just pass-- got him a little more riled than usual.

Christian




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Racerprose
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Christian Clemmensen
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (1:20 p.m.) 

> Interestingly, I was on the phone with Ford when I started getting this
> news flash by e-mail and we talked about it briefly. You would be
> surprised by how funny and devious Ford's sense of humor can be.

I have to hand it to Ford - under the conditions I am not totally sure I could sit back and laugh about it for long. It must be hard to get "gang banged" by everyone.

> He takes these things in stride.

> Though I think the whole Dune debate --which he and I both wish would just
> pass-- got him a little more riled than usual.

I too hope it will pass - soon!

-Racerprose

> Christian



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Daniel
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (1:29 p.m.) 

> Was it Ford A. Thaxton?

I bet Peter Kelly is laughing it up!


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Valerius Kavelaars
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  Does he dislike Ford that much?   Friday, December 29, 2000 (5:36 p.m.) 

> I bet Peter Kelly is laughing it up!

...Makes you wonder who is responsible for all of this hooplah that ONLY occurs at Filmtracks.com!

Valerius Kavelaars

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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (5:43 p.m.) 

> I bet Peter Kelly is laughing it up!

Ah, The cowardly Prince of the hypocrites....

I don't think he has much to laugh about these days, I think right about now he's discovering that his little store won't be doing as well as he wants it to.

He's already had to beg his posters at his message board to buy from his little store.

I guess his "Communtiy" isn't as loyal as he'd like them to be.

heh,heh,heh....

IMHO of course.

Regards

Ford

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  You are wrong. Moviemusic.com will PREVAIL!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (5:57 p.m.) 

> I don't think he has much to laugh about these days, I think right about
> now he's discovering that his little store won't be doing as well as he
> wants it to.

> He's already had to beg his posters at his message board to buy from his
> little store.

> I guess his "Communtiy" isn't as loyal as he'd like them to be.

> heh,heh,heh....

Bring it on, big boy!

Peter Kelly is the smartest film music guru in the world, and he will make you and your friends look like FOOLS when he done with you.

BTW: the store is cool! Don't buy through Filmtracks' dumb links --do it direct from Moviemusic.com!

Ford is just jealous cause Peter kicked his ass.


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Ford A. Thaxton
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Daniel
  Moviemusic.com will PREVAIL!(Maybe Yes,Maybe no....)   Friday, December 29, 2000 (6:09 p.m.) 

> Bring it on, big boy!

> Peter Kelly is the smartest film music guru in the world, and he will make
> you and your friends look like FOOLS when he done with you.

That's the saddest thing I've seen posted all week.

Someone who really thinks that Peter has a clue about what's he doing...

sad,very sad.

> BTW: the store is cool!

WHY?
Can you explain?

>>Don't buy through Filmtracks' dumb links --do it
> direct from Moviemusic.com!

Why?, that's simple question.

Can you answer it?

> Ford is just jealous cause Peter kicked his ass.

"Ford is just jealous cause Peter kicked his ass?"

Gee, not following his own policies and banning someone from your website kingdom for just knowing far more then you do?

And even doing so without even informing them?

Gee, that's such much about Mr.Kelly's character (or lack of one).

That's just being a coward, nothing more.

IMHO of course.

Ford A. Thaxton


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David A. Koran
  Re: Moviemusic.com will PREVAIL!(Maybe Yes,Maybe no....)   Friday, December 29, 2000 (6:38 p.m.) 

> Can you explain?

Yes I can. Peter whipped your ass and now you're sore about it! You thought for years that you were the KING of the Internet film music world. But then Peter passed you by and he is now emperor of the score web.

It is eating at you!

> Gee, that's such much about Mr.Kelly's character (or lack of one).
>
> That's just being a coward, nothing more.

Someday, you will be EMPLOYED by Peter Kelly, and when that happens, I will dance a jig!

Why so sour? Is big bad Ford afraid?



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David A. Koran
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  Re: Moviemusic.com will PREVAIL!(Maybe Yes,Maybe no....)   Friday, December 29, 2000 (7:13 p.m.) 

> Yes I can. Peter whipped your ass and now you're sore about it! You
> thought for years that you were the KING of the Internet film music world.
> But then Peter passed you by and he is now emperor of the score web.

> It is eating at you!

Oh, puleeeze..... Peter wouldn't know film music if it came up and bit him on the ass. Anytime where there's a topic on Kelly's little message board where there is some interesting debate or a topic that's waay out of his leauge.. he dismisses it and is never heard from again. The man is the most paranoid individual on the planet... he even beats out most schizo's. Man, your post is just flame bait.. is this your first day on the Internet.. oh, wait... you're on WebTV.. you don't even have a computer.

> Someday, you will be EMPLOYED by Peter Kelly, and when that happens, I
> will dance a jig!

I'd hardly call Peter actually employed... thus, not even able to employ anyone under him. Now, if you're looking for real ass kissers, go to the mirror, pucker up.. and give yourself a smootch.

> Why so sour? Is big bad Ford afraid?

Hey guys... have you ever met Ford personally? It's a personality that's a bit different, a bit abrasive, but it doesn't mean he's a bad guy. Geezus folks.. if you never actually had direct contact with an individual.. you can't judge a thing. You can either choose to get use to it.. or in short, just plain ignore it. You have a mouse, and a keyboard.. if you don't want to read, click on to the next topic or message. I have to admit, and Ford knows this, that back in the early days of rec.music.movies and FILMUS-L that I didn't get along with him very well, and pretty much felt the same way you folks seem to do. I met him in person... talked to him about film music and other things.. and well, the guy knows his #####... which hardly what I can say to most people around (Christian excluded.. because, he's one of the folks that know's what he's talking about...). I can't always agree with what Ford says... and sometimes don't, but unless you've had a mano-el-mano discussion with somebody, and not just a snipe attack, don't drag folks through the mud.

Hey, just think... the folks at the other end of the argument could choose to ignore you as well... gee and where would the thread go then?



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Some guy in LA
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  Re: Moviemusic.com will PREVAIL!(Maybe Yes,Maybe no....)   Saturday, December 30, 2000 (2:10 a.m.) 

> Hey guys... have you ever met Ford personally? It's a personality that's a
> bit different, a bit abrasive, but it doesn't mean he's a bad guy. Geezus
> folks.. if you never actually had direct contact with an individual.. you
> can't judge a thing.

I sent an email to Peter and asked him if he'd ever met you before. His response was "Nope, although we may possibly meet next time I'm in L.A."

Since you've never met Peter Kelly, how can you judge him? He mentioned you were a decent person in his email, but since he's never met you he could be wrong. Using your standard, how are you able to heavily judge Peter when you've never met him? It's super hypocritical from a literal standpoint

> You can either choose to get use to it.. or in short,
> just plain ignore it. You have a mouse, and a keyboard.. if you don't want
> to read, click on to the next topic or message. I have to admit, and Ford
> knows this, that back in the early days of rec.music.movies and FILMUS-L
> that I didn't get along with him very well, and pretty much felt the same
> way you folks seem to do. I met him in person... talked to him about film
> music and other things.. and well, the guy knows his #####... which hardly
> what I can say to most people around (Christian excluded.. because, he's
> one of the folks that know's what he's talking about...). I can't always
> agree with what Ford says... and sometimes don't, but unless you've had a
> mano-el-mano discussion with somebody, and not just a snipe attack, don't
> drag folks through the mud.

> Hey, just think... the folks at the other end of the argument could choose
> to ignore you as well... gee and where would the thread go then?


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  Lies, all lies!! (Insane cackling)   Saturday, December 30, 2000 (11:25 a.m.) 

> Ah, The cowardly Prince of the hypocrites....
> I don't think he has much to laugh about these days, I think right about
> now he's discovering that his little store won't be doing as well as he
> wants it to.
> He's already had to beg his posters at his message board to buy from his
> little store.
> I guess his "Communtiy" isn't as loyal as he'd like them to be.
> heh,heh,heh....
> IMHO of course.
> Regards
> Ford

I always wondered why you put "regards" at the end of your messages, since practically every one of them is DISregarding something...
Oh, and you're wrong about MovieMusic.

John

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Jesse Helton
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Markus D
Mark Kindler
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (7:06 p.m.) 

> >
> > I bet Peter Kelly is laughing it up!
> >
>
> Ah, The cowardly Prince of the hypocrites....
>
> I don't think he has much to laugh about these days, I think right about
> now he's discovering that his little store won't be doing as well as he
> wants it to.
>
> He's already had to beg his posters at his message board to buy from his
> little store.
>
> I guess his "Communtiy" isn't as loyal as he'd like them to be.
>
> heh,heh,heh....
>
> IMHO of course.
>
> Regards
>
> Ford

Is MovieMusic.com really failing, as Ford Thaxton suggests?

(pardon my archive searching, but this post was most curious)

Jesse



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Joe Evans
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Jesse Helton
  Re: WHOA that's old...   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (7:12 p.m.) 

> Is MovieMusic.com really failing, as Ford Thaxton suggests?

> (pardon my archive searching, but this post was most curious)

> Jesse

Ford has suggested a lot of things, if that answers your question

-+>Joe

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Markus D
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Jesse Helton
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (7:18 p.m.) 

> Is MovieMusic.com really failing, as Ford Thaxton suggests?

Probably not. But there's no way of knowing, really. If it relates to Peter Kelly or Moviemusic.com, you cannot trust the word of Ford A. Thaxton. On this topic in particular, Thaxton has the temperament of an uneducated child.

Of course, IMHO, Ford is one of the sorriest humans on the face of the Earth anyways... but, as I said, that's IMHO.

> (pardon my archive searching, but this post was most curious)

This is, we must admit, one of the more colorful threads in ScoreBoard history.

Markus



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Joe Evans
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  Re: Uh oh.....   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (7:29 p.m.) 

Ja know, I was just rereading some of the posts in that thread, and I do believe it may have been a bad idea to bring it up again, so I would advise no more posting on this particular topic, hmm?

-+>Joe

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Jesse Helton
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Todd Wong©
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (7:40 p.m.) 

> Ja know, I was just rereading some of the posts in that thread, and I do
> believe it may have been a bad idea to bring it up again, so I would
> advise no more posting on this particular topic, hmm?

Why? It would seem that the only person who would benefit from the end of this thread is Ford A. Thaxton, who comes across as a clown in the whole thing.

But let's forget about Thaxton. Did anyone ever figure out where that news story came from?

Jesse



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Todd Wong©
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Markus D
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (7:57 p.m.) 

This thread again?

> Why? It would seem that the only person who would benefit from the end of
> this thread is Ford A. Thaxton, who comes across as a clown in the whole
> thing.

Oh ya, babe. Old news there. Can't get over the grudge, eh Markus?

> But let's forget about Thaxton. Did anyone ever figure out where that news
> story came from?

It was a fraud. A funny one, if you ask me.

Good for a quick laugh.

The Wong©


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Markus D
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (8:08 p.m.) 

> Oh ya, babe. Old news there. Can't get over the grudge, eh Markus?

At least I'm still here, reading this board. Thaxton the Hutt managed to piss off Jeff Anderson and Stumpf Flood to such a degree that they have gone away from the ScoreBoard all together.

Is there any way to get them back?



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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (7:32 p.m.) 

> Probably not. But there's no way of knowing, really. If it relates to
> Peter Kelly or Moviemusic.com, you cannot trust the word of Ford A.
> Thaxton. On this topic in particular, Thaxton has the temperament of an
> uneducated child.

Well, after reading this whole bizzarre Marxist Oboe thread, I must admit that Thaxton showed a poor sense of humor and lack of restraint.

> Of course, IMHO, Ford is one of the sorriest humans on the face of the
> Earth anyways... but, as I said, that's IMHO.

Perhaps going a bit far.

> This is, we must admit, one of the more colorful threads in ScoreBoard
> history.

Boy, I'll say...


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Jesse Helton
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (7:46 p.m.) 

> Probably not. But there's no way of knowing, really. If it relates to
> Peter Kelly or Moviemusic.com, you cannot trust the word of Ford A.
> Thaxton. On this topic in particular, Thaxton has the temperament of an
> uneducated child.

I guess that answers my question. Every time the topic comes up at MovieMusic.com, the thread is deleted. I have learned that Mr. Thaxton isn't the right person to ask about some subjects.

Jesse


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Jesse Helton
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (7:27 p.m.) 

> Is MovieMusic.com really failing, as Ford Thaxton suggests?

> (pardon my archive searching, but this post was most curious)

How could I have missed this thread!?!

Unbelievable!



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Jesse Helton
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, April 14, 2001 (7:42 p.m.) 

> How could I have missed this thread!?!

> Unbelievable!

Yeah, I am pretty new here, so I am still learning about the strange history of this discussion board.

Jesse


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Jennifer Kelly
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Alan Snelling
Christian Kühn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, January 29, 2002 (8:14 p.m.) 

> Peter Kelly

> Ah, The cowardly Prince of the hypocrites....

> I don't think he has much to laugh about these days, I think right about now
> he's discovering that his little store won't be doing as well as he wants it to.

> He's already had to beg his posters at his message board to buy from his little store.

> I guess his "Communtiy" isn't as loyal as he'd like them to be.

> heh,heh,heh....

> IMHO of course.

> Regards

> Ford


IMHO, it's time for Thaxton to finally apologize for his years of rude remarks.



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Daren
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  Oh no not this starting again   Tuesday, January 29, 2002 (8:29 p.m.) 

I think you shouldn't start bringing back those "old" post here again, or didn't you notice that the board is doing pretty good since those last post about Ford...

My sugestion, delete your post and everyone will continue with there lives

Really, we don't want to know!

from the KING



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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, January 29, 2002 (8:37 p.m.) 

> IMHO, it's time for Thaxton to finally apologize for his years of rude remarks.

It won't happen, lady. Go take a Rolaids and watch Tv.



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  Please let topics 40000 posts ago rest in peace, okay? *NM*   Wednesday, January 30, 2002 (6:17 a.m.) 



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B. Eta Sellers
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  What is the penalty for UNWILLFUL fornication?   Friday, December 29, 2000 (11:04 a.m.) 

By Russian law, willful fornication with a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison time.

What if somebody else forced you to fornicate with a historical monument?
Is that illegal?


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Jeff Anderson
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (12:42 p.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

I guess it doesn't matter if any of this is true. It is still the funniest "news" article I have read in months. I know this is probably politically incorrect to say. But the whole "Marxist" part of the post tickled me in some way.

I hope Mr Clemmensen leaves it up here. I need to show this to my co-workers!

Jeff


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Christian Clemmensen
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Jeff Anderson
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (12:50 p.m.) 

Hmm... My ScoreBoard script just burped when I tried to post my reply to this. Here's my second try:

> I guess it doesn't matter if any of this is true. It is still the funniest
> "news" article I have read in months. I know this is probably
> politically incorrect to say. But the whole "Marxist" part of
> the post tickled me in some way.

Same here... I had received this by e-mail three times last night, much to my enjoyment.

> I hope Mr Clemmensen leaves it up here. I need to show this to my
> co-workers!

I will. Otherwise, this wouldn't be Filmtracks, would it?

Christian



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Jeff Anderson
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (12:57 p.m.) 

> Hmm... My ScoreBoard script just burped when I tried to post my reply to
> this. Here's my second try:

One of my posts was garbled just a minute ago and then it was gone. What happened? I reposted it as before.

> I will. Otherwise, this wouldn't be Filmtracks, would it?

It adds to the mystique of the site, I would say.

Jeff


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Christian Clemmensen
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, December 29, 2000 (1:01 p.m.) 

> One of my posts was garbled just a minute ago and then it was gone. What
> happened? I reposted it as before.

Everything seems fine now. It almost looked as though we pushed the "post" button at the exact same time and the script mixed our posting info. Very strange --CGIs don't normally do this.

> It adds to the mystique of the site, I would say.

Can't argue with that.

Christian



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  With an Oboe?   Friday, December 29, 2000 (4:54 p.m.) 

This man is now one of us... Let's welcome him warmly.

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Todd Wong©
  Folks, the BS Meter is pegging (Re: California Man Caught)   Friday, December 29, 2000 (5:38 p.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

Folks, unless I'm very mistaken (which is possible, however I don't think so) this is total BS.

Now if any of you bright souls had taken a moment to check you'd discover that this story CANNOT be found on ANY NEWS SERVICE including Reuters.

Now if you can find a URL for this story on a credible news site, post it.

So to those who saw it as a joke, I hope you had a good laugh.

To those who took this as a real story......

No, it's too easy, I just feel sorry for you.

Regards

Ford A. Thaxton

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  Re: Folks, the BS Meter is pegging (Re: California Man Caugh   Friday, December 29, 2000 (6:09 p.m.) 

> unless I'm very mistaken (which is possible, however I don't think so)

Hmmm... sounds like the same kind of reasoning that Markus used. I demand that you retract your statement immediately!

(just kidding)

> Now if any of you bright souls had taken a moment to check you'd discover
> that this story CANNOT be found on ANY NEWS SERVICE including Reuters.

> Now if you can find a URL for this story on a credible news site, post it.

Aw, shucks, Ford. Certainly you can appreciate the humor in the so called "news" event. I talked to Clem earlier and he is very much enjoying the story. And I suspect that you and he have similarly perverted senses of humor...

Why not forget about your lust for news and promotion for just one moment and enjoy a good farse?

The Wong©



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Markus D
Zachary Behrendt
  Re: Folks, the BS Meter is pegging (Re: California Man Caugh   Friday, December 29, 2000 (6:14 p.m.) 

> Aw, shucks, Ford. Certainly you can appreciate the humor in the so called
> "news" event.

No, is that a clear enough answer for you?

enjoying the story. And I suspect that you and he have similarly perverted
> senses of humor...

Yes, but as a rule I don't post such items as a real news story.

poor form as far as I'm concerned.

> Why not forget about your lust for news and promotion for just one moment
> and enjoy a good farse?

> The Wong©

That's the trouble, it not very good,original or even creative.

About your speed.

:-)

Regards

Ford A. Thaxton

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Todd Wong©
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  In Response to:
Ford A. Thaxton
  Re: Folks, the BS Meter is pegging (Re: California Man Caugh   Friday, December 29, 2000 (6:24 p.m.) 

> No, is that a clear enough answer for you?
> poor form as far as I'm concerned.

That's fair enough...

> That's the trouble, it not very good,original or even creative.

> About your speed.

Now hey... if you want to classify me as an idiot (like everyone else on the board, as you say), that's fine. But you have no business insulting Clem. If you think we're idiots for laughing at the story, then you're calling Clem an idiot too, because he has been giggling about it all day!

The Wong©


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Markus D
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  In Response to:
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  Re: Folks, the BS Meter is pegging (Re: California Man Caugh   Friday, December 29, 2000 (6:54 p.m.) 

> That's the trouble, it not very good,original or even creative.

> About your speed.

Oh, Ford, you were just had! Todd pulled one over on you! I was curious if you would ever insult Christian himself, and you just did. Way to go!

Markus


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Zachary Behrendt
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Ford A. Thaxton

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Joe Evans
Roger Feigelson
  Objective and Subjective Analysis: Thaxton, Ford A.   Friday, December 29, 2000 (9:56 p.m.) 

> No, is that a clear enough answer for you?

> Yes, but as a rule I don't post such items as a real news story.

> poor form as far as I'm concerned.

> That's the trouble, it not very good, original or even creative.

> About your speed.

> :-)

Ford,

I try desperately to avoid these types of threads, since they really have little to do with film music. I haven't posted in a long time because the majority of threads from the past few days have been about you and Toto's horrible Dune, a score I will forever loathe with the core of my being. But alas, I found myself reading this one out of curiosity. I didn't find the story particularily funny because the sheer mechanics of the act in question are, for lack of a better word, mind-boggling. Did he have to remove the reed before insertion, or am I thinking of the wrong instrument?

Anyhoo, I read a few of the responses, and yours stuck out in my head. With an educated eye and an objective mind, I began to examine it. Blunt in context and grammatically undisciplined, your writing resembles the sort of stream-of-consciousness akin to the style of Nathaniel Hawthorne (The Scarlett Letter, The House of Seven Gables), who would go to great lengths to speak his mind on paper, disregarding cliches like punctuation and proper paragraph breaks. You seem to accomplish this better than Hawthorne, who's writings consist of paragraph-long run-on sentences and page-long paragraphs. Yours, however, consist of very little while simultaneously saying very much. I am almost certain that every word you write on this board and others constitutes the exact thoughts in your mind, as they happen. This is not to say that you think nothing more than what is documented in your posts, but to say that when you write, you write the thought as heard, in real-time, in your head. Or, as my Critical Analysis professor called it, you quote your brain. Little attention is payed to what you have written. I'd say that there is rarely ever more than 2-5 minutes between your first keystroke and the click of the "Post Message" button. Writing, to you, is a painless affair, as you no doubt believe it should be.

But I have remained objective long enough. I would like to begin my subjective analysis by saying that, by nature, I am not an emotinal person by any strech of the imagination. I do not lose my cool with people who's opinions differ from mine, especially when said people are not speaking directly to me. Personal attacks and insults, however, push my buttons. When someone attacks my personal beliefs and my opinions, I lust for blood. Frankly, I'm surprised that Todd Wong remained as cool as he did in his response to your attack. After reading your posts and rebuttles, I can only say one subjective, emotionally driven thing to you, and here it is: I find it infinitely entertaing how far you go to offend people. Not quite as in-depth as the objective portion, I know, but there it is.

Now before you begin digesting this post as a whole, keep in mind that not a single word of it is meant to offend you. I have derived an opinion on your writing style based on my admittedly limited education in the field of analytical writing, and I have also made one singular personal statement. Make of it what you will.

Oh, and if you've read this far, thanks for co-producing Cutthroat Island.

Zack

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Joe Evans
(pool-63.49.95.210.tmpa.grid.net)

  In Response to:
Zachary Behrendt
  Re: Objective and Subjective Analysis: Thaxton, Ford A.   Friday, December 29, 2000 (10:21 p.m.) 

Well said, but I wish people would use such deep and organized thoughts as yours focused on the analysis of music, instead of, ah, flat characters

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Roger Feigelson
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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Yavar Moradi
Zachary Behrendt
  Zachary Behrendt, you do a huge injustice to great literature   Tuesday, July 11, 2006 (9:43 p.m.) 

> Ford,

> Blunt in context and grammatically undisciplined, your writing resembles the
> sort of stream-of-consciousness akin to the style of Nathaniel Hawthorne
> (The Scarlett Letter, The House of Seven Gables), who would go to great
> lengths to speak his mind on paper, disregarding cliches like punctuation
> and proper paragraph breaks. You seem to accomplish this better than
> Hawthorne, who's writings consist of paragraph-long run-on sentences and
> page-long paragraphs.

I was reading this horrifying thread about the Marxist oboe and I came across this stunningly offensive comment by Zachary Behrendt. I cannot believe that anyone would actually compare Ford A. Thaxton's writing favorably to Nathaniel Hawthorne. This statement is beyond incredible!



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Yavar Moradi
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  In Response to:
Roger Feigelson

  Responses to this Message:
heiress
  Just curious but are you really Roger?   Tuesday, July 11, 2006 (10:28 p.m.) 

If so what are you doing here of all places?

Yavar

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heiress
(24-155-172-248.dyn.grandenetworks.net)

  In Response to:
Yavar Moradi
  Why does it matter?   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (7:44 a.m.) 

What he said was good! A comparison between Hawthorne and that asshole Thaxton is awful.



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Zachary Behrendt
(cpe-70-94-233-81.mn.res.rr.com)

  In Response to:
Roger Feigelson
  I get that a lot.   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (1:32 p.m.) 

> I was reading this horrifying thread about the Marxist oboe and I came
> across this stunningly offensive comment by Zachary Behrendt. I cannot
> believe that anyone would actually compare Ford A. Thaxton's writing
> favorably to Nathaniel Hawthorne. This statement is beyond incredible!

Uh, dude... it was a joke.

Zack

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Joe Evans
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  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
John Dunham
  The story was nice, don't read the responses.....   Friday, December 29, 2000 (10:52 p.m.) 

Unfortunately a lot of people have wasted their time on meaningless subjects in this thread. The "news article" was a little funny, or not a little funny, whatever you like. But all of the following has nothing to do with filmmusic, and it's not really that entertaining. If you're looking for entertainment, go to Ucomics.com and read some funnies. So be warned, or waste your time.

-+> Joe

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John Dunham
(spider-wi053.proxy.aol.com)

  In Response to:
Joe Evans
  Not a waste of MY time...   Saturday, December 30, 2000 (11:35 a.m.) 

> Unfortunately a lot of people have wasted their time on meaningless
> subjects in this thread. The "news article" was a little funny,
> or not a little funny, whatever you like. But all of the following has
> nothing to do with filmmusic, and it's not really that entertaining. If
> you're looking for entertainment, go to Ucomics.com and read some funnies.
> So be warned, or waste your time.
> -+> Joe

I'm finding the whole convoluted Thaxton issue very funny. I'm starting to wonder whether Ford is really a misunderstood comedian (albeit a rude one).

John

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Paul S. Taylor
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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Jesse Helton
The Texas Ranger
Jockolantern
Joti
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, July 28, 2001 (2:06 p.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

When you hear the word "Hollywood", what images pop into your mind? Famous faces? Pompous people? A widely publicized sign overlooking Hollywood? Fast living - drugs and violence? Spiritual darkness? Sex with musical instruments?

While all of these images may be accurate, some faithful Christians see opportunity, hope, vision, and a slowly-changing progression for the better. These are the Christians working in Hollywood to minister to producers and executives throughout the entertainment medium. Master Media International, Hollywood Presbyterian Church and various other churches are among those who minister to the television and movie industry. Dr. Larry Poland is the head of Master Media International and meets regularly with executives in the movie industry for private discussions about spiritual matters.

Dr. Poland, his staff and supporters, have to walk a tightrope between people who angrily condemn Hollywood people, and his call from God to love them and minister to them. Providentially, winning of trust and confidence and sheer biblical integrity always win out in the end. It's like unconditional love. It's an offense for which there is no defense. And in a world where everybody wants a piece of you for something, unconditional love is a scarce commodity in Hollywood.

Let's take a fresh perspective and look at what the Lord is doing through Dr. Poland and Master Media International:

Most of the executives in the media entertainment industry are workaholics. They're worshipping the gods of mammon and glitz, which are the two leading dieties in Hollywood. They tend to be upside down in their family values and their personal values. The best choice and best route to values change is coming to know Christ and having his redemptive, revolutionary power in your personal life and, as a result, coming into the values of Christ and the Bible.

I know because I had a vice president of one of the leading networks receive Christ with me and 90 days later, he was telling me 'Look at this script! I've red-penciled foul language and skin scenes! I don't know what's happened to me, but I've become a lot more conservative since I became a reborn Christian.'

Well, to me, that's the only way the industry really is ultimately going to be changed. It's slow, but it's effective.

This ministry involves Bible study groups for various media leaders, publishing a newsletter with encouragement and testimonies, and mostly one-on-one meetings. We generally do not work with performers because it's just strictly tactical. The people in front of the camera very seldom have power. The people that run the business are the business people and they tend, as a job-block, to be more stable. You can't be doing cocaine and hot-n-cold running blonds and the whole nonsense if you're trying to run a business.

We know that as the Lord touches the lives of these people, they're going to influence whole segments of their studio, of their production company, of television, of prime time, of syndication -- and as they do then that's the payoff we see. ...When they come to know Christ, they begin to make biblical, right, godly decisions. They influence whole segments of television or of the film business.

An important part of the ministry, as with any real ministry, is prayer.

Where prayer ascends, power descends. The Enemy has held the entertainment industry in his grip for 90 years. He doesn't want any challenge. The best way to give him no challenge is to make sure we have no prayer.

The Hollywood entertainment industry sends movies and programs all over the world. So, changing the values of its leadership can have far-reaching effects. The prime focus of Larry Poland is to care about each individual, especially executive and management persons.

One day I was reading that passage in John 3 that said 'God sent not his son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.' and I thought, 'Hello! You can substitute Hollywood. God didn't send His son into the world to condemn Hollywood, but that Hollywood through Him might be saved.' And so, that's our mission, love these people unconditionally.

I hate what they do. I hate the environment. It's a dark spirit. Many dark spirits prevail in Hollywood, but these people are just lost, and they're hungry, and they're open.

And God is moving. Now, I believe, is the first time in the history of the entertainment business in which the opportunity for God to create a total spiritual revolution is within our grasp... Frankly, I'm not going to quit (unless the Lord takes me out of this life), until I see that with my own eyes. The day that Jesus Christ could walk down Sunset Boulevard and into the major studios and feel comfortable.

What are YOU doing to make a difference in the entertainment industry?

Let these thoughts be a challenge for all of us to realize there are many things we can do to help change Hollywood:

* Choose entertainment that upholds your values. Use the free resources available to help you make wise viewing decisions.

* Reinforce proper use of media in your family viewing habits by talking with your family about what you just watched.

* Your purchase of a movie ticket is your "vote" for that movie. Your vote counts. "Vote" for programs containing positive values and messages.

* Pray for those in media leadership positions, and for those who are trying to reach them with the message of Christ's love.

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God didn't send His son into the world to condemn Hollywood,
but that Hollywood through Him might be saved.
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Jesse Helton
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  In Response to:
Paul S. Taylor
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, July 28, 2001 (2:13 p.m.) 

I was wondering how long it would be before the fanatic zealots found that Marxist Oboe discussion...

> * Your purchase of a movie ticket is your "vote" for that movie.
> Your vote counts. "Vote" for programs containing positive values
> and messages.

Not always possible. Sometimes, you don't know if a movie protrays positive values until you go and see it. By then, you have already voted!

Jesse


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The Texas Ranger
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  In Response to:
Paul S. Taylor
  *SIGH* The thread that will not die. *NM*   Saturday, July 28, 2001 (2:28 p.m.) 



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Jockolantern
(gnr-cap-28.wyoming.com)

  In Response to:
Paul S. Taylor
  Go away! *NM*   Saturday, July 28, 2001 (6:03 p.m.) 



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Joti
(203.220.72.242)

  In Response to:
Paul S. Taylor
  Admit it...it was you wasn't it? You dirty @#$% *NM*   Saturday, July 28, 2001 (7:33 p.m.) 



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Randall Verone
(63.115.83.34)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
Jeffrey Gustafson
John Dunham
Zachary Behrendt
C. Hook
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (9:26 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Very few men have a reproductive unit so small that they could bang up an oboe. Woody Allen, George Bush, Danny the Midget, Ford Thaxton, a few others maybe. The list of suspects, if no name has been given yet, is probably equally small.


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Jeffrey Gustafson
(ptp-237-krv.ktc.com)

  In Response to:
Randall Verone

  Responses to this Message:
Randall Verone
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (9:35 a.m.) 

> Very few men have a reproductive unit so small that they could bang up an
> oboe. Woody Allen, George Bush, Danny the Midget, Ford Thaxton, a few
> others maybe. The list of suspects, if no name has been given yet, is
> probably equally small.

Someone else already suggested that the suspect was Ford A. Thaxton.

But that's all irrelevant because the story must be a fake.

Nobody would screw an oboe.



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Randall Verone
(63.115.83.34)

  In Response to:
Jeffrey Gustafson

  Responses to this Message:
Kimiakane
Dinko
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (9:43 a.m.) 

> But that's all irrelevant because the story must be a fake.

You could be right, but if so, the person who wrote it did some studying. All of the proper names and places really exist. I have been to Moscow and read about everything mentioned in the story (except for the criminal act). The Nemtsov Prison is a wellknown place where they used to torture foreign prisoners.

> Nobody would screw an oboe.

I wouldn't put it past Thaxton to try, especially if the instrument smelled like BBQed pork ribs for some reason.



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Kimiakane
(cvg-27-171-196.cinci.rr.com)

  In Response to:
Randall Verone
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (10:41 a.m.) 

I, too, have been to Moscow at least 30 times if not more. We used to vacation there a couple of times every year. If this is true (I think the action itself is false, not the references) then the man must have wanted to be caught as he is obviously insane.

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Dinko
(aca44ae4.ipt.aol.com)

  In Response to:
Randall Verone
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (1:59 p.m.) 

> You could be right, but if so, the person who wrote it did some studying.
> All of the proper names and places really exist. I have been to Moscow and
> read about everything mentioned in the story (except for the criminal
> act). The Nemtsov Prison is a wellknown place where they used to torture
> foreign prisoners.

Maybe they did, maybe they didn't. If they did some research, they made a blunder in this paragraph:

"The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores."

The Moscow Symphony Orchestra, was, by all accounts I've been able to find, created in the very late 1980's. And it does not appear (like the Russian State Symphony or the St Peterburg Philharmonic) to be an old orchestra which simply changed it's name. Hard to have an oboe playing in the Moscow Symphony if the orchestra did not exist. Though I believe there was the Moscow Philharmonic, but again, that's not exactly the Moscow Symphony.


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John Dunham
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  In Response to:
Randall Verone

  Responses to this Message:
C. Hook
  See what the search feature causes? First Xiaoqang and now this...... *NM*   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (9:44 a.m.) 



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C. Hook
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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Dinko
John Dunham
  You ruined xiaoqiang. *NM*   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (1:59 p.m.) 



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Dinko
(aca44ae4.ipt.aol.com)

  In Response to:
C. Hook
  Re: You ruined xiaoqiang.   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (2:08 p.m.) 

Man, do you hold a grudge...

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John Dunham
(nit1.marlboro.edu)

  In Response to:
C. Hook
  Whatever......   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (3:49 p.m.) 

Damare already......

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Zachary Behrendt
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  In Response to:
Randall Verone
  Here we go again... *NM*   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (12:11 p.m.) 



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C. Hook
(cce04.racsa.co.cr)

  In Response to:
Randall Verone

  Responses to this Message:
Nate U
  Oh, so you're a Thaxton basher...   Saturday, December 15, 2001 (1:56 p.m.) 

...and an angry democrat. That explains things.

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Nate U
(lew-as1-1-modem86.ctel.net)

  In Response to:
C. Hook

  Responses to this Message:
Randall Verone
  Yes, but...   Sunday, December 16, 2001 (1:06 p.m.) 

> ...and an angry democrat. That explains things.

Yes, but he seems to be someone who posts with the attitude of a Thaxton Basher, though not JUST to Thaxton posts..... a sort of minimilistic sort of style, but with a very constant level of jerkness.... It shall be interesting what comes of this latest Asshole. Will he last long enough to be baned? Will he
eventually drop the cold exterior and we'll see the warm, fuzzy inside? And then of course, he may also realize the meaning of his owns posts, and just quit...but that sort of logical thinking usually doesn't apply here...

Nate the Nemotode

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Randall Verone
(63.115.83.34)

  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Nate U
  Re: Yes, but...   Sunday, December 16, 2001 (10:11 p.m.) 

> Will he eventually drop the cold exterior and we'll see the
> warm, fuzzy inside?

I'll show you something warm and fuzzy...



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Nate U
(lew-as1-1-modem25.ctel.net)

  In Response to:
Randall Verone
  Re: Yes, but...   Monday, December 17, 2001 (4:34 p.m.) 

> I'll show you something warm and fuzzy...

Hey man I'm waiting here....


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Camie
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Jeffrey Gustafson
Austin
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, January 29, 2002 (8:46 p.m.) 

I don't understand. Who was doing it to the Marxist oboe?



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Jeffrey Gustafson
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Moldy Scones
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, January 29, 2002 (8:57 p.m.) 

> I don't understand. Who was doing it to the Marxist oboe?

Nobody would screw an oboe.

Why are so many people interested in this thread? Am I missing something here?



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Moldy Scones
(212.157.14.26)

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Daren
Sphincter of Fire
Todd Wong©
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, January 29, 2002 (9:13 p.m.) 

> Nobody would screw an oboe.

I'd try. Here's a tip for you gentlemen- Attach your unit firmly into the end of a trumpet, have someone blow into it, and oh baby let the good times come!

Trumpets are bliss. Oboes might be good too.


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Daren
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  In Response to:
Moldy Scones

  Responses to this Message:
Olivier
  This is a "score" board   Tuesday, January 29, 2002 (9:23 p.m.) 

> I'd try. Here's a tip for you gentlemen- Attach your unit firmly into the
> end of a trumpet, have someone blow into it, and oh baby let the good
> times come!

That... is discusting first of all and second of all this comment sound be deleted right away, I mean come on! this ain't a freaking "sex board"

How old are you anyway to right some completly stupid comments like this?

Try growing up a few years and then come back to speak about "Film Scores" please

> Trumpets are bliss. Oboes might be good too.

sad really *sighs*

from the KING

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Olivier
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Daren
  ditto *NM*   Wednesday, January 30, 2002 (3:02 a.m.) 




Of Mice and Ducks
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Sphincter of Fire
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  In Response to:
Moldy Scones

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
You Yourself and Dick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, January 29, 2002 (9:46 p.m.) 

> I'd try. Here's a tip for you gentlemen- Attach your unit firmly into the
> end of a trumpet, have someone blow into it, and oh baby let the good
> times come!

Does it work if you only have one testacle?



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Sphincter of Fire

  Responses to this Message:
Daren
  Do us all a favor and keep quiet if you only post disgusting things! *NM*   Wednesday, January 30, 2002 (6:19 a.m.) 



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Daren
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Olivier
  I'm like Oliver DITTO! *NM*   Wednesday, January 30, 2002 (7:24 a.m.) 



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Olivier
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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Daren
  Same here-- I mean: ditto I agree with me *NM*   Wednesday, January 30, 2002 (1:09 p.m.) 




Of Mice and Ducks
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Daren
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Olivier
  thats weird lol *NM*   Wednesday, January 30, 2002 (3:55 p.m.) 



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You Yourself and Dick
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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Eric
J. Eric Dietrich
Joti
  Re: ...Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...with one testacle?   Friday, May 30, 2003 (9:30 a.m.) 

> > I'd try. Here's a tip for you gentlemen- Attach your unit firmly into the
> > end of a trumpet, have someone blow into it, and oh baby let the good
> > times come!

> Does it work if you only have one testacle?

This is fabulous material!!

Adult film screenwriters need to visit this site for an abundance of fresh ideas and lines...



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Eric
(65.117.144.200)

  In Response to:
You Yourself and Dick

  Responses to this Message:
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: ...Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...with one testacle?   Friday, May 30, 2003 (9:35 a.m.) 

> Adult film screenwriters need to visit this site for an abundance of fresh
> ideas and lines...

Adult films have writers, well, hell, hope they dont get paid much... next your going to be telling me they have plots

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  Remember that Roger Ebert used to work for Russ Meyer. *NM*   Saturday, May 31, 2003 (4:13 p.m.) 



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You Yourself and Dick
  You could at least have spelled testicle correctly...   Saturday, May 31, 2003 (10:20 a.m.) 

... when bringing up that old thread again. *Shudder*

> This is fabulous material!

Yes, but can it compete with Behind the Green Door? Or Autobiography of a Fly (with the great John Holmes)?

> Adult film screenwriters need to visit this site for an abundance of fresh
> ideas and lines...

Oh... they'll propably just continue to rip-off popular blockbusters. Whore of the Rings indeed. I yearn for the good old days of Russ Mayer's Super-Vixen.

Jens

ps. Yes, even when it comes to porn I'm a snob.


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Joti
(dialup-94.140.221.203.acc03-mark-wlg.comindico.com.au)

  In Response to:
You Yourself and Dick
  Re: ...Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...with one testacle?   Monday, June 2, 2003 (6:18 a.m.) 

> Adult film screenwriters need to visit this site for an abundance of fresh
> ideas and lines...

Not really...some of the stuff here is sick...not the kind of thing I want to see in an Adult film.


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Todd Wong©
(63-203-204-152.dsl.snfc14.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
Moldy Scones
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, January 30, 2002 (8:37 p.m.) 

> I'd try. Here's a tip for you gentlemen- Attach your unit firmly into the
> end of a trumpet, have someone blow into it, and oh baby let the good
> times come!

> Trumpets are bliss. Oboes might be good too.

Dude, Im all in favor of perversion, but you have a measurable brain imbalance.

This thing you do with the brass and woodwind insturments: do you do this in public?

The Wong©


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Austin
(ppp-080.marietta.edu)

  In Response to:
Camie
  Please...someone delete this topic!   Thursday, January 31, 2002 (8:31 a.m.) 

> I don't understand. Who was doing it to the Marxist oboe?

Who cares?

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J. Eric Dietrich
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  Responses to this Message:
thw
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Sunday, November 17, 2002 (2:27 p.m.) 

This is indeed very fascinating, I wonder why Clemmensen doesn't ever want it to be brought up again.

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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Austin
  Very funny indeed! *NM*   Sunday, November 17, 2002 (4:02 p.m.) 



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Austin
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Nate U
  No, it isn't. *NM*   Monday, November 18, 2002 (5:01 a.m.) 



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Nate U
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  In Response to:
Austin

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Austin
  Irrelevant. This is the Screwing Marxist Oboe thread. It will not die.   Monday, November 18, 2002 (6:01 p.m.) 

Once Cemmensen upgrades and these archives become frozen in time, then this thread will have to close it's door and be lost forever...However, myself, and everyone else should never forget it. This thread is the stuff of Scoreboard folklore and legend. My it rest in peace.

This is a relic from an era bygone...a time in scoreboard history only the most eldest' of vetrans remember. One must give respect to these things.

It's an honor to post on it...YOU should be honored Mr Ross. I am.

N8

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Austin
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  In Response to:
Nate U

  Responses to this Message:
Nate U
  The Screwing Marxist Oboe thread--fact, or fiction?   Tuesday, November 19, 2002 (5:03 a.m.) 

> Once Cemmensen upgrades and these archives become frozen in time, then
> this thread will have to close it's door and be lost forever...However,
> myself, and everyone else should never forget it. This thread is the stuff
> of Scoreboard folklore and legend. My it rest in peace.

> This is a relic from an era bygone...a time in scoreboard history only the
> most eldest' of vetrans remember. One must give respect to these things.

> It's an honor to post on it...YOU should be honored Mr Ross. I am.

Actually, I'm thoroughly sick of it and wish it would just bugger off and leave us all alone. It's not as if I haven't seen it a gajillion times in the past three years.

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  Thats part of the point! *NM*   Tuesday, November 19, 2002 (4:38 p.m.) 



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Tim H
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  Responses to this Message:
Curtis Beaulieu
Narendur
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (11:22 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Nooooo!

Oboes have rights too!

I am a oboe rights activist and I fight for the dignity of oboes around the world. The 'marxist oboe' story is a tragedy for all oboe rights activists and I hope they killed that sick California man who did it!

Myths and facts, https://www.expage.com/page/oboerights

Tim



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Curtis Beaulieu
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  In Response to:
Tim H

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Tim H
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (11:28 a.m.) 

> Nooooo!

> Oboes have rights too!

> I am a oboe rights activist and I fight for the dignity of oboes around
> the world. The 'marxist oboe' story is a tragedy for all oboe rights
> activists and I hope they killed that sick California man who did it!

> Myths and facts, https://www.expage.com/page/oboerights

People who run "oboe rights" pages are just as sick-minded as people who screw the instrument. IMHO.

CB


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Tim H
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  In Response to:
Curtis Beaulieu

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Curtis Beaulieu
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (12:05 p.m.) 

> People who run "oboe rights" pages are just as sick-minded as
> people who screw the instrument. IMHO.

What's wrong with showing our pride for our instrument that WE perform? Lots of people defend their cause. We don't like seeing the Golden Oboe screwed by some dumb Californian.

Tim



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Curtis Beaulieu
(63.27.49.250)

  In Response to:
Tim H

  Responses to this Message:
El Cid
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (12:13 p.m.) 

> What's wrong with showing our pride for our instrument that WE perform?
> Lots of people defend their cause.

Supporting a cause in favor of feeding starving children is one thing... but a cause for one reed instrument over another is a waste of everyone's time. Save the forests. Feed the children. Fight the criminals. Ignore the oboes.

> We don't like seeing the Golden Oboe screwed by some dumb Californian.

I think it is great.

CB


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El Cid
(cache-rm01.proxy.aol.com)

  In Response to:
Curtis Beaulieu

  Responses to this Message:
Mark Kindler
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (12:28 p.m.) 

> I think it is great.

It is not great. This thread, like this entire web site, should be gone.



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Mark Kindler
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El Cid

  Responses to this Message:
El Cid
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (12:48 p.m.) 

> It is not great. This thread, like this entire web site, should be gone.

Huh?? Werent you a regular of the Scoreoard at one time? But now you want to see this entire site gone... pity.

Mark



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El Cid
(acba0d48.ipt.aol.com)

  In Response to:
Mark Kindler

  Responses to this Message:
Alan Snelling
C. Hook
Randall Verone
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (12:58 p.m.) 

> Huh?? Werent you a regular of the Scoreoard at one time? But now you want
> to see this entire site gone... pity.

Yes I was at one time a regular contributor to this board. But then I met a loving person named Jesus Christ, and in His spirit of goodness I was conviced to shun this dark site in favor of moviemusic.com, which is brought to the world by a webmaster who is a good Christian.

This thread is evidence why filmtracks.com should be dissolved into memory.



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Alan Snelling
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  In Response to:
El Cid
  Re: That is the most pathetic post in this whole thread   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (1:09 p.m.) 

> Yes I was at one time a regular contributor to this board. But then I met
> a loving person named Jesus Christ, and in His spirit of goodness I was
> conviced to shun this dark site in favor of moviemusic.com, which is
> brought to the world by a webmaster who is a good Christian.

> This thread is evidence why filmtracks.com should be dissolved into
> memory.

Please tell us that you are joking. Everybody already beat the Moviemusic.com issue to death earlier in this thread ("Moviemusic.com will PREVAIL!"). Religion is irrelevant.


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C. Hook
(196.40.3.47)

  In Response to:
El Cid
  Re: You're not you. You're somebody else.   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (3:59 p.m.) 

> Yes I was at one time a regular contributor to this board. But then I met
> a loving person named Jesus Christ, and in His spirit of goodness I was
> conviced to shun this dark site in favor of moviemusic.com, which is
> brought to the world by a webmaster who is a good Christian.

Oh, man! Now Jesus visits the net? Well, at least we have something to be proud of... Jesus is a film music fan.

> This thread is evidence why filmtracks.com should be dissolved into
> memory.

The Legend of Filmtracks: The Christian of our Times

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Randall Verone
(63.115.83.37)

  In Response to:
El Cid

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Stephanie Vaughn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (6:33 p.m.) 

> Yes I was at one time a regular contributor to this board. But then I met
> a loving person named Jesus Christ, and in His spirit of goodness I was
> conviced to shun this dark site in favor of moviemusic.com, which is
> brought to the world by a webmaster who is a good Christian.

Don't get me wrong, I believe in the eventual destruction of Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen. But the vast weight of the stupidity in your reasoning demands immediate rebuttal.

Jesus Christ, like all religion, is a crutch for weak-minded people. You are evidence that human kind has not evolved to its basic levels of potential. Jesus Christ will not help you reach that potential. Christianity will stunt your growth and leave you a beaten individual by the time you die.

Peter Kelly, moviemusic.com . . . well, God help him. He'll need it.



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Stephanie Vaughn
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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
You Yourself and Dick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, November 1, 2004 (7:36 p.m.) 

> Jesus Christ, like all religion, is a crutch for weak-minded people. You
> are evidence that human kind has not evolved to its basic levels of
> potential. Jesus Christ will not help you reach that potential.
> Christianity will stunt your growth and leave you a beaten individual by
> the time you die.

With the endorsement of Senator Kerry and library full of shameful comments such as the one above, the just and moral people who love soundtracks must begin a campaign to shun and silence this terrible Filmtracks.com site.

I know that Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will save those worthy among us, but we cannot allow the perverse and wicked Clemmensen family (self-described 'deviants') to lead too many good souls astray before they can discover the unbounded love of God, Our Father.

The Evil of Satan continues to boil at this unholy site. Let it be vanquished and suffer the eternal damnation it tempts.

Remember that Jesus Loves You.



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You Yourself and Dick
(async152-6.nas.onetel.net.uk)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn

  Responses to this Message:
Selius
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, November 1, 2004 (7:42 p.m.) 

> With the endorsement of Senator Kerry and library full of shameful
> comments such as the one above, the just and moral people who love
> soundtracks must begin a campaign to shun and silence this terrible
> Filmtracks.com site.

> I know that Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will save those worthy among
> us, but we cannot allow the perverse and wicked Clemmensen family
> (self-described 'deviants') to lead too many good souls astray before they
> can discover the unbounded love of God, Our Father.

> The Evil of Satan continues to boil at this unholy site. Let it be
> vanquished and suffer the eternal damnation it tempts.

How could you Americans have possibly spawned from Britain? It embarasses me to see the cultural offspring of my English homeland be so stunningly moronic! I disown you now, you brainless drones!



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Selius
(tyo204.gate.nec.co.jp)

  In Response to:
You Yourself and Dick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, November 1, 2004 (7:48 p.m.) 

> How could you Americans have possibly spawned from Britain? It embarasses
> me to see the cultural offspring of my English homeland be so stunningly
> moronic! I disown you now, you brainless drones!

The Americans let the evangelists gain too much power and brainwash normally moderate people with fear of hellfire.

Personally, I want to witness a John Kerry victory just so that I can see the evangelists run around like the aliens in Mars Attacks, their heads exploding from the sound of the Kerry victory speech.

"POP"!



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Narendur
(2.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
Tim H
  Are you people being spawned somewhere?!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (1:26 p.m.) 

Oboe Rights, eh?

Well, let's call for rights to preserve another highly endangered species for instruments: the detuned mandolins!

N^

PS: And I don't want to hear ONE SINGLE WORD, Jens!

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Jessica Pisarczyk
(c-24-98-108-111.atl.client2.attbi.com)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
Tim H
Bobettechaude
Mark Kindler
Alan Snelling
Christian Kühn
Jockolantern
Kevin L.
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (11:57 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

This is great news! Oboes are the worst instruments of all!

Why? Read Here:

What's the difference between oboe road kill and raccoon road kill?
Skid marks in front of the raccoon!

Why do oboe players put their oboe on the dashboard of their car?
So they can park in the handicap zone!

What's the difference between an oboe and an onion?
You don't cry when you're cutting up the oboe.

There was a band director who had a gun with two bullets. In the ensemble, there was a bad oboe player, bad flute player, and bad bassoon player. Who did he shoot?
The oboe player... twice, just to make sure.

What do you call perfect pitch in an oboe?
In the dumpster without hitting the side.

What's the difference between a SCUD missile and a bad oboist?
A bad oboist can kill you. 

Why did the chicken cross the road?
To get away from the oboe recital.



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Tim H
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  In Response to:
Jessica Pisarczyk

  Responses to this Message:
Bobettechaude
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (12:02 p.m.) 

> This is great news! Oboes are the worst instruments of all!

> Why? Read Here:

> What's the difference between oboe road kill and raccoon road kill?
> Skid marks in front of the raccoon!

> Why do oboe players put their oboe on the dashboard of their car? So
> they can park in the handicap zone!

> What's the difference between an oboe and an onion? You don't cry when
> you're cutting up the oboe.

> There was a band director who had a gun with two bullets. In the ensemble,
> there was a bad oboe player, bad flute player, and bad bassoon player. Who
> did he shoot? The oboe player... twice, just to make sure.

> What do you call perfect pitch in an oboe? In the dumpster without
> hitting the side.

> What's the difference between a SCUD missile and a bad oboist? A bad
> oboist can kill you. 

> Why did the chicken cross the road? To get away from the oboe recital.

That is REALLY stupid. You are likely a lowly string player.

Tim



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Bobettechaude
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Tim H
  This is also stupid *NM*   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (12:29 p.m.) 



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Tim H
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Bobettechaude
  Nobody asked for your opinion, dumbass *NM*   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (12:31 p.m.) 



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Bobettechaude
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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Eric
    Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (1:24 p.m.) 

Well, my dear friend, this is a forum, as you might have notice. It's a place where people expresses their opinions, whether or not somebody asked for it. Therefore, I stand proud before you and say "This is stupid".

bc

Now, go make me a sandwhich!

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  Re:   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (12:06 p.m.) 

god bless you

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Bobettechaude
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  In Response to:
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  This is stupid *NM*   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (12:27 p.m.) 



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Mark Kindler
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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Randall Verone
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (12:36 p.m.) 

> This is great news! Oboes are the worst instruments of all!

> Why? Read Here:

> What's the difference between oboe road kill and raccoon road kill?
> Skid marks in front of the raccoon!

I disagree with "Bobette...?" The Marxist Oboe thread, and all of its brainless reincarnations are a valued piece of Filmtracks legend.

Mark



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Randall Verone
(63.115.83.37)

  In Response to:
Mark Kindler
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (6:26 p.m.) 

> I disagree with "Bobette...?" The Marxist Oboe thread, and all
> of its brainless reincarnations are a valued piece of Filmtracks legend.

You are a pawn of this site's editor.

Attention everyone: Mark Kindler is a pushover who never disagrees with the holy words of Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen.



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Alan Snelling
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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Joti
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (1:16 p.m.) 

The Marxist Oboe discussion at Filmtracks.com is like an old friend who never bathes but tells great jokes. You hate to spend too much time with it, but it's great to hear from it occasionally through the years.



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Joti
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Alan Snelling
  Ha ha ha! *NM*   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (8:22 a.m.) 



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Alonso S
  Christian, for the Love of God, delete that original post. I hate boomerangs! *NM*   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (1:21 p.m.) 



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  Re: Hush, herr Kuhn! This ain't Filmtracks without a marxist oboe come back! *NM*   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (4:04 p.m.) 



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  Good grief. . . talk about a trip back in time. *NM*   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (4:24 p.m.) 



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  In Response to:
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (7:28 p.m.) 

Oboe players rock. Don't mess with the oboe!

Kevin


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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Randall Verone
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (6:08 p.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

That plain sucks.

Aren't there editors at this site who extinguish rotten subjects like this?



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Randall Verone
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  In Response to:
Silvo

  Responses to this Message:
Curtis Beaulieu
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (6:21 p.m.) 

> Aren't there editors at this site who extinguish rotten subjects like
> this?

There is one editor. Unfortunately, he has his head far up his ass. He takes perverse pleasure in disgusting sexual topics and makes claims that he earns more money on his little soundtrack empire if he leaves the pornographic material sprinkled around the web site.

I would not be surprised if Clemmensen was the author of that Marxist oboe "news story" to begin with.



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Curtis Beaulieu
(63.27.49.250)

  In Response to:
Randall Verone

  Responses to this Message:
Randall Verone
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (6:38 p.m.) 

> There is one editor. Unfortunately, he has his head far up his ass. He
> takes perverse pleasure in disgusting sexual topics and makes claims that
> he earns more money on his little soundtrack empire if he leaves the
> pornographic material sprinkled around the web site.

> I would not be surprised if Clemmensen was the author of that Marxist oboe
> "news story" to begin with.

Prove all that and I will be impressed.

What did Clemmensen do to you to earn such disrespect from you?

CB


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Randall Verone
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Curtis Beaulieu

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Yumbo
  Allow me to enlighten you about Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (6:48 p.m.) 

> Prove all that and I will be impressed.

> What did Clemmensen do to you to earn such disrespect from you?

> CB

Clemmensen is an extremely suspect individual who loves perversion, immaturity, and anything having to sexualized religion or exploding toilets. The problem? He is also very intelligent and has brainwashed all of you into thinking that he is above all of this everyday crap. I bet that over half of you ARE Clemmensen.



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C. Hook
(196.40.3.47)

  In Response to:
Randall Verone
  Re: Exploding toilets!   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (6:58 p.m.) 

Reverse Evacuation. Genius!

> I bet that over half of you ARE Clemmensen.

That's the last time I'm in a game show. Ever since I appeared in To Tell the Truth every retard in town's been calling me that.

Lame joke.

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Yumbo
(webcache-06.swgfl.ifl.net)

  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Mark – 224
Randy G
Mike Skerritt
Brendan Anderson
Christian Clemmensen
  Re: Allow me to enlighten you about Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (7:51 a.m.) 

Good day, Scoreboarders

> Clemmensen is an extremely suspect individual who loves perversion,
> immaturity, and anything having to sexualized religion or exploding
> toilets. The problem? He is also very intelligent and has brainwashed all
> of you into thinking that he is above all of this everyday crap. I bet
> that over half of you ARE Clemmensen.

I'd be impressed if someone could prove the biggest Filmtracks scam of all time, that J Eric Dietrich is Clemmensen in disguise.



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Mark – 224
(195.249.137.145)

  In Response to:
Yumbo

  Responses to this Message:
Randy G
Becky
sandstone warrior
Bobettechaude
Olivier
Christian Clemmensen
  FILMMUSIC DATABASE CENTRAL information for: Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (8:15 a.m.) 

> Good day, Scoreboarders I'd be impressed if someone could prove the
> biggest Filmtracks scam of all time, that J Eric Dietrich is Clemmensen in
> disguise.

The Filmmusic Database Central is Here to Serve Your Needs!!

E-Mail the database for lists of all known aliases for Webmaster Clemmensen of Filmtracks. Much time devoted to this file!

Mark - 224
filmmusic@sol.dk
FILMMUSIC DATABASE CENTRAL



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Randy G
(dm-66-251-31-tyrd.cox-internet.com)

  In Response to:
Mark – 224
  Re: FILMMUSIC DATABASE CENTRAL information for: Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (8:21 a.m.) 

> The Filmmusic Database Central is Here to Serve Your Needs!!

> E-Mail the database for lists of all known aliases for Webmaster
> Clemmensen of Filmtracks. Much time devoted to this file!

Please post your information here now so we can marvel at your idiocy.



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Becky
(ool-18ba382d.dyn.optonline.net)

  In Response to:
Mark – 224
  Re: FILMMUSIC DATABASE CENTRAL information for: Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (8:25 a.m.) 

> The Filmmusic Database Central is Here to Serve Your Needs!!

> E-Mail the database for lists of all known aliases for Webmaster
> Clemmensen of Filmtracks. Much time devoted to this file!

Is Kaiser Soze on the list?



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sandstone warrior
(203.76.254.54)

  In Response to:
Mark – 224

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
  Re: FILMMUSIC DATABASE CENTRAL information for: Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (8:35 a.m.) 

> E-Mail the database for lists of all known aliases for Webmaster
> Clemmensen of Filmtracks. Much time devoted to this file!

I think Clemmensen spends most of his time as 'Christian Kuhn'. All that Kuhn person does is support Clemmensen in everything he does. It's like he wants to suckle all over Clemmensen's body or something.



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Christian Kühn
(130.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
sandstone warrior
  Re: FILMMUSIC DATABASE CENTRAL information for: Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (12:11 p.m.) 

> I think Clemmensen spends most of his time as 'Christian Kuhn'. All that
> Kuhn person does is support Clemmensen in everything he does. It's like he
> wants to suckle all over Clemmensen's body or something.

Being Clemmensen would indeed bring some advantages, among others to be able to kick your sorry butt from this Forum.

And he is certainly the last person here who needs my or anybody's defense. As for 'suckle all over his body or something' (suckle...what a great word!)...I guess his wife Stella would have something to say about this!



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Bobettechaude
(quebec-ppp209180.qc.sympatico.ca)

  In Response to:
Mark – 224

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
  Mark, my dear boy...   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (8:42 a.m.) 

> The Filmmusic Database Central is Here to Serve Your Needs!!

> E-Mail the database for lists of all known aliases for Webmaster
> Clemmensen of Filmtracks. Much time devoted to this file!

> Mark - 224
filmmusic@sol.dk
FILMMUSIC DATABASE CENTRAL

Unless you got something useful / interesting / funny to share with us, keep it to yourself.

bc

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Christian Kühn
(130.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
Bobettechaude

  Responses to this Message:
Olivier
Bobettechaude
  Re: Mark, my dear boy...   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (8:44 a.m.) 

> Unless you got something useful / interesting / funny to share with us,
> keep it to yourself.

I don't think this is the real Mark here...the IP is different, as is the hyphen.

But that doesn't make what you said untrue, Bob!

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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-22-105.w82-120.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn
  Re: Darn!   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (8:52 a.m.) 

>>>>> I don't think this is the real Mark here...the IP is different, as is the
>>>>> hyphen.

So it is! "The hyphen is different"! Wow-- Hawkeye Kühni!

livier,
quite impressed


Of Mice and Ducks
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Bobettechaude
(quebec-ppp209119.qc.sympatico.ca)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
  Christian, my dear boy...   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (9:16 a.m.) 

Is that you? I thought you were dead or somethin'... Maybe eaten by one of those huge man-eater snake you got in Germany.

> I don't think this is the real Mark here...the IP is different, as is the
> hyphen.

Who cares? Both of them are annoying.

> But that doesn't make what you said untrue, Bob!

I'm always right. That's what makes me so coooool. Unlike some of the new posters who came here after high school ended.

take care
bc

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Christian Kühn
(130.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
Bobettechaude

  Responses to this Message:
Bobettechaude
  Re: Christian, my dear boy...   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (9:47 a.m.) 

> Is that you? I thought you were dead or somethin'... Maybe eaten by one of
> those huge man-eater snake you got in Germany.

Rumors about my premature and cruel demise have been greatly exaggerated. And those snakes you can find in Austria. Big difference; polish up your geography knowledge!

> Who cares? Both of them are annoying.

Yes.

> I'm always right. That's what makes me so coooool. Unlike
> some of the new posters who came here after high school ended.
>

Aren't you still in high school?

Tatata,

CK

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Bobettechaude
(quebec-ppp209147.qc.sympatico.ca)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
  Re: Christian, my dear boy...   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (12:45 p.m.) 

> Rumors about my premature and cruel demise have been greatly exaggerated.

So you can assure me you're not coming back from the dead as a flesh-eating-zombie?

> And those snakes you can find in Austria. Big difference; polish up your
> geography knowledge!

The only geography knowledge I need is this : "where's the beer at?"

> Aren't you still in high school?

For working purposes only. I gotta make a living.

> Tatata,

Keep on rollin'

bc
NP: Papillon.


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Christian Kühn
(242.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
Bobettechaude

  Responses to this Message:
Bobettechaude
  Re: Christian, my dear boy...   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (12:51 p.m.) 

> So you can assure me you're not coming back from the dead as a
> flesh-eating-zombie?

I don't need to come back from the Dead to be a flesh-eating zombie. And some guys out there should be aware of that.

> The only geography knowledge I need is this : "where's the beer at?"

Figures.

> For working purposes only. I gotta make a living.

That's the best you could come up with?

> bc
NP: Papillon.

Wooo...I think this is the most score-related discussion I ever had with you. Har har...

CK

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Bobettechaude
(quebec-city-ppp50427.qc.sympatico.ca)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
  Re: Christian, my dear boy...   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (4:02 p.m.) 

> I don't need to come back from the Dead to be a flesh-eating zombie. And
> some guys out there should be aware of that.

I think you and I might share the same Black List.

> Figures.

> That's the best you could come up with?

Nah. Actually, I'm a teacher because I love to work with teens : believe it or not, they're great people (even the dirty punks). Also, I think being a teacher is the best way to get rid of intolerance / stupidity / fundamentalism / relativism in our modern society. Utopia? Of course, but hell, I think it's worth it.

Weird, that may be the most serious post of my career here at the Scoreboard...

> Wooo...I think this is the most score-related discussion I ever had with
> you. Har har...

Yeah... Hey, I don't respect Howard Shore! How's that for a score-related discussion?

take care
bc

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Christian Kühn
(242.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
Bobettechaude
  Re: Christian, my dear boy...   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (4:12 p.m.) 

> I think you and I might share the same Black List.

I think we do, yes.

> Nah. Actually, I'm a teacher because I love to work with teens : believe
> it or not, they're great people (even the dirty punks). Also, I think
> being a teacher is the best way to get rid of intolerance / stupidity /
> fundamentalism / relativism in our modern society. Utopia? Of
> course, but hell, I think it's worth it.

*Thumbs WAAAAY up*

> Weird, that may be the most serious post of my career here at the
> Scoreboard...

And I salute you for it!

> Yeah... Hey, I don't respect Howard Shore! How's that for a score-related
> discussion?

We talked about a Black List just now...don't make me put you onto it...

CK


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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-22-105.w82-120.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Mark – 224
  Re: And I suppose this isn't spam either ... *NM*   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (8:50 a.m.) 




Of Mice and Ducks
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Christian Clemmensen
(chevrolet.filmtracks.com)

  In Response to:
Mark – 224
  Re: FILMMUSIC DATABASE CENTRAL information for: Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Thursday, July 8, 2004 (11:59 a.m.) 

> The Filmmusic Database Central is Here to Serve Your Needs!!

Does anyone else get a feeling of mythical aura regarding this supposedly almighty databse?

> E-Mail the database for lists of all known aliases for Webmaster
> Clemmensen of Filmtracks. Much time devoted to this file!

Well damn it, then... let's hear it! Your file on this subject interests me even more than the one you claimed to have on Thaxton. Speak now or be gone!

Christian




Wanna trade?
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Randy G
(dm-66-251-31-tyrd.cox-internet.com)

  In Response to:
Yumbo

  Responses to this Message:
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: Allow me to enlighten you about Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (8:58 a.m.) 

> Good day, Scoreboarders I'd be impressed if someone could prove the
> biggest Filmtracks scam of all time, that J Eric Dietrich is Clemmensen in
> disguise.

Unlikely that Clemmensen would introduce such an pervasively immature character onto his site.



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J. Eric Dietrich
(138.lecraw.com)

  In Response to:
Randy G
  Re: Allow me to enlighten you about Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (10:08 a.m.) 

> Unlikely that Clemmensen would introduce such an pervasively immature
> character onto his site.

Penis.

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Mike Skerritt
(h-68-167-55-210.mclnva23.covad.net)

  In Response to:
Yumbo
  Re: Allow me to enlighten you about Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (1:46 p.m.) 

> Good day, Scoreboarders I'd be impressed if someone could prove the
> biggest Filmtracks scam of all time, that J Eric Dietrich is Clemmensen in
> disguise.

Yumbo, where the hell are you? Email me if you get a chance.

Snootches,

Mike

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Brendan Anderson
(66-214-186-10.az-eres.charterpipeline.net)

  In Response to:
Yumbo

  Responses to this Message:
Brendan Anderson
  This is what you have to contribute after 5 years of absence?!   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (3:49 p.m.) 

A ScoreBoard elder! I was convinced you had fallen off the face of the earth, Yumbo. Glad to see you may still lurk now and then.

> I'd be impressed if someone could prove the
> biggest Filmtracks scam of all time, that J Eric Dietrich is Clemmensen in
> disguise.

That would be SOME disguise! This proposal is one of those Photoshop "morph" pictures waiting to happen...

-Brendan


BrendanAnderson.com - Always on...whether you like it or not.
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Brendan Anderson
(66-214-186-10.az-eres.charterpipeline.net)

  In Response to:
Brendan Anderson
  I stand corrected....or rather, "searched:"   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (5:14 p.m.) 

I just went back and realized you appear about once a year...so I guess I should say, "Happy Annual ScoreBoard participation!"

-Brendan


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Christian Clemmensen
(chevrolet.filmtracks.com)

  In Response to:
Yumbo

  Responses to this Message:
Olivier
  Re: Allow me to enlighten you about Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen   Thursday, July 8, 2004 (12:33 p.m.) 

> I'd be impressed if someone could prove the biggest Filmtracks scam of all
> time, that J Eric Dietrich is Clemmensen in disguise.

I am quite certain, Chris, that if I were to create a deviant alias at this site, it would be far more interesting than Dietrich.

What I want to know is this: how exactly did this term "Grand Ayatollah Clemmensen" come about? Did I do or say something to inspire this phrase?

Speaking of the Grand Ayatollah, have you ever read the laws that Khomeini actually created for the benefit of Iranian culture in the 80's? For instance, there was the Chicken Law...

The Chicken Law: it is perfectly legal for the male head of the household to have sexual intercourse with a chicken. But, when the chicken is later slaughtered for food, it is prohibited for that man, his family, or his neighbors to eat that chicken. It is legal, however, for the family on the other side of your neighbors (and anyone residing further away) to consume that chicken.

Off topic, but an important piece of Islamic history nonetheless...

Christian




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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-2-57.w82-124.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Christian Clemmensen
  Re:   Thursday, July 8, 2004 (2:46 p.m.) 

>>>> The Chicken Law: it is perfectly legal for the male head of the household
>>>> to have sexual intercourse with a chicken. But, when the chicken is later
>>>> slaughtered for food, it is prohibited for that man, his family, or his
>>>> neighbors to eat that chicken. It is legal, however, for the family on the
>>>> other side of your neighbors (and anyone residing further away) to consume
>>>> that chicken.

This will probabably offer all the perverts that keep digging it up an alternative to the infamous oboe story.



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MSouza
(c-66-56-31-130.atl.client2.attbi.com)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
Tim H
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (7:07 a.m.) 

That one is up there with the most horrible insults to oboists everywhere.

I was just watching one of my favorite shows, South Park, and I noticed that they made another terrible insult to oboists, too. In episode 317 "World Wide Recorder Concert" the children from South Park are playing in a 4 million-piece recorder group... they were led by Kenny G. All is good and fine until I look more carefully and notice that Kenny G is holding an oboe, not a soprano sax. To show Kenny G with an oboe is an egregious insult. I think most of us would agree that Kenny G plays nothing but watered down wuss music. I certainly don't respect him as a musician, and South Park has him holding an oboe. He doesn't deserve to hold an oboe. Maybe Kenny G was the one who defaced the Russian Oboe.

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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Tim H
(dm-66-250-30-tyrd.cox-internet.com)

  In Response to:
MSouza
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (8:29 a.m.) 

> I was just watching one of my favorite shows, South Park, and I noticed
> that they made another terrible insult to oboists, too. In episode 317
> "World Wide Recorder Concert" the children from South Park are
> playing in a 4 million-piece recorder group... they were led by Kenny G.
> All is good and fine until I look more carefully and notice that Kenny G
> is holding an oboe, not a soprano sax. To show Kenny G with an oboe is an
> egregious insult. I think most of us would agree that Kenny G plays
> nothing but watered down wuss music. I certainly don't respect him as a
> musician, and South Park has him holding an oboe. He doesn't deserve to
> hold an oboe. Maybe Kenny G was the one who defaced the Russian Oboe.

I saw that one too. Terrible insult to oboe players. South Park is very rude to many peoples.

Oboe players have rights too!

Myths and facts: https://www.expage.com/page/oboerights

Tim



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Da Basilisk
(12-222-224-178.client.insightbb.com)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (8:37 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through.......

It was ZORRO!



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J. Eric Dietrich
(57.cpe.atlantabroadband.com)

  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
C. Hook
Olivier
  Good God, this is becoming the biggest megathread of all time. *NM*   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (9:14 a.m.) 



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C. Hook
(196.40.3.47)

  In Response to:
J. Eric Dietrich

  Responses to this Message:
J. Eric Dietrich
Brendan Anderson
Christian Kühn
  Re: Who coined the term mega thread? *NM*   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (1:13 p.m.) 



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J. Eric Dietrich
(14.cpe.atlantabroadband.com)

  In Response to:
C. Hook
  Quite possibly Brendan, though I'm not sure. *NM*   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (1:16 p.m.) 



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Brendan Anderson
(kato-asc8-cs-10.dial.hickorytech.net)

  In Response to:
C. Hook

  Responses to this Message:
C. Hook
  *Brendan runs into the basement to check the archives*   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (1:36 p.m.) 

The term "Mega Thread" (meaning "a very long thread of posts, often times getting out of hand and straying very far from the original topic"), was used for the first time by yours truly on Friday, July 13, 2001 (Friday the 13th! Whoa.). It was in referrence to one of the great Goldenthal arguments between me and the rest of the board.

https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=33198

It quickly became a widely accepted and much used term in general ScoreBoard posting.

This episode of "Filmtracks ScoreBoard History" has been brought to you by the letters F, U, and by the number 3.

-Brendan

p.s. yes, don't worry, I made sure to search under "mega thread," "megathread" AND "mega-thread."


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C. Hook
(196.40.3.47)

  In Response to:
Brendan Anderson

  Responses to this Message:
C. Hook
Brendan Anderson
  Re: So that's two things I'm responsible for....   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (1:49 p.m.) 

..."Mega Thread" and voicemoticons. *ahem* and general message board immaturity *ahem*

> The term "Mega Thread" (meaning "a very long thread of
> posts, often times getting out of hand and straying very far from the
> original topic"), was used for the first time by yours truly on
> Friday, July 13, 2001 (Friday the 13th! Whoa.). It was in referrence to
> one of the great Goldenthal arguments between me and the rest of the
> board.

Friday the 13th? Seems appropiate for the term, doesn't it?

> This episode of "Filmtracks ScoreBoard History" has been brought
> to you by the letters F, U, and by the number 3.

Love that number. Same goes for the episodes.

> -Brendan

-Al

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C. Hook
(196.40.3.47)

  In Response to:
C. Hook

  Responses to this Message:
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: I meant voicetags. *NM*   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (1:55 p.m.) 



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J. Eric Dietrich
(104.cpe.atlantabroadband.com)

  In Response to:
C. Hook
  Of this you can be extremely proud. I love those voicetags! *NM*   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (2:02 p.m.) 



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Brendan Anderson
(kato-asc8-cs-10.dial.hickorytech.net)

  In Response to:
C. Hook

  Responses to this Message:
C. Hook
  Um, no. I'M the one who coined "mega thread"....   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (2:04 p.m.) 

...that's what "yours truly" means. Crazy Costa Rican...

> ...and voicemoticons.

I thought that was me too. I'm going to have to really seach hard for that one...

-Brendan


BrendanAnderson.com - Mega-dread
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C. Hook
(196.40.3.47)

  In Response to:
Brendan Anderson

  Responses to this Message:
Brendan Anderson
  [Bill the Butcher] Ooopsy, Daisy! [/Bill the Butcher]   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (6:12 p.m.) 

Bam!

*slams knife near Brendan's throat*

> I thought that was me too. I'm going to have to really seach hard for
> that one...

No, I remember that one clearly. I did it and then you said it was cool.

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Brendan Anderson
(kato-asc7-cs-48.dial.hickorytech.net)

  In Response to:
C. Hook
  [Homer]Alright. You've won this round....[/Homer]   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (7:28 p.m.) 

> *slams knife near Brendan's throat*

Ack! Jungle terrorist!

>

> No, I remember that one clearly. I did it and then you said it was cool.

Hmmm...that does sound like something I'd say.

-Brendan


BrendanAnderson.com - Closed on Memorial Day
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Christian Kühn
(2.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
C. Hook

  Responses to this Message:
C. Hook
  It will please you that you were the first to come up with "scoregasm!"   Friday, May 23, 2003 (2:35 a.m.) 

As much as I can't believe that.....

CK

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C. Hook
(196.40.3.47)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn
  Re: Nope. Wasn't that Tex? *NM*   Friday, May 23, 2003 (9:03 a.m.) 



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Olivier
(ast-lambert-101-1-5-228.w193-253.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
J. Eric Dietrich
  it's a UFO--   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (1:29 p.m.) 

... an Unrelenting Forum Object

It must have got caught in a time loop or some sort, so that it recurs from time to time-- sort of a forum comet, you know, without the regularity


Of Mice and Ducks
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Jordan Valois
(lns-p19-7-82-65-244-23.adsl.proxad.net)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
The Kong
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, May 22, 2003 (5:46 p.m.) 

You're not supposed to screw an oboe. You're supposed to blow it.


> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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The Kong
(c803677-h.colbuf1.ny.home.com)

  In Response to:
Jordan Valois
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, May 23, 2003 (7:20 a.m.) 

> You're not supposed to screw an oboe. You're supposed to blow it.

A profound sexual discovery this is.


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Kevin & Scott Aguiar
(pool-64-222-235-151.port.east.verizon.net)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
The Kong
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, May 23, 2003 (7:13 a.m.) 

Blasphemy!

Blasphem against the demons of progress and their Arundo Donax obstructions... but mostly, a big thanks to Richard Rubenstein and Dick White for their very gentle wisdom in things leading to relaxation and graceful execution of oboe, which in my youth I thought could be gotten via physical endurance, miles of running, thousands of pushups and pure stubburnness. Lessons and guidances sometimes requiring a decade or more to comprehend.

"Oboe" is a metaphysical simile for alls that is good in the world. Doing it gives and yields great pleasures and sorrows. There is little I've seen that even comes close.

If Osama Bin Laden were an oboist, all might be well in the world. ( and as a corrolary, if he were ever challanged by the game of golf, at least he'd be too preccupied with that moras to cause so much trouble.)

Anyone screwing an oboe is challenged in a different way.



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The Kong
(c803677-h.colbuf1.ny.home.com)

  In Response to:
Kevin & Scott Aguiar

  Responses to this Message:
Stephanie Vaughn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Friday, May 23, 2003 (7:39 a.m.) 

> Blasphemy!

> Blasphem against the demons of progress and their Arundo Donax
> obstructions... but mostly, a big thanks to Richard Rubenstein and Dick
> White for their very gentle wisdom in things leading to relaxation and
> graceful execution of oboe, which in my youth I thought could be gotten
> via physical endurance, miles of running, thousands of pushups and pure
> stubburnness. Lessons and guidances sometimes requiring a decade or more
> to comprehend.

Making statements like that, the only blashemy here is your probable inability to get laid.

> Anyone screwing an oboe is challenged in a different way.

Not mentally, but physically, I agree. There's nothing wrong with men running all over the place and attempting to stick their dicks into every orifice that they find. That is the nature of men. Some man, somewhere, has tried to insert his penis into a 250v utility plug socket just to see what kind of a buzz it gives him.

But physically, yes. He would have to be endowed with a mightly tiny penis -a challenge by itself- and that is why he seeked an oboe for pleasure.



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Stephanie Vaughn
(host144.agicoa.org)

  In Response to:
The Kong

  Responses to this Message:
The Kong
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:06 p.m.) 

> Not mentally, but physically, I agree. There's nothing wrong with men
> running all over the place and attempting to stick their dicks into every
> orifice that they find. That is the nature of men. Some man, somewhere,
> has tried to insert his penis into a 250v utility plug socket just to see
> what kind of a buzz it gives him.

Is that the truth?

The world is full of people claiming to know the truth, claiming to have the answers to life's most perplexing times. You may have heard others say that "there are many paths up the mountain," implying that God has created many alternatives to come into His presence...that we need only to pick the one (or more) that "feels" best to us. However, this approach to salvation is in direct contradiction to the words of God's Son Himself: The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

It's yours, just for the asking. If you wish to accept it, you can pray this prayer, right now, in front of your computer:

"Dear God, I confess that I am a sinner, and I repent of those sins. I believe that Jesus died on the cross on my behalf, and that through His resurrection I have eternal life. I now want Him to be my personal Savior and Lord. Thank you for loving me and providing this gift for me. In Jesus' Name I pray. Amen."

Please contact your local church office if you need help with this prayer or have any questions. We all are happy to pray & talk with you.

Steph


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The Kong
(c803677-h.colbuf1.ny.home.com)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn

  Responses to this Message:
Curtis Beaulieu
Peter Linn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:26 p.m.) 

> Is that the truth?

Yes it is. As long as human males are born with a dangling member between their legs, their curiosity and stupidity will carry them to new heights of experimentation with it. That wasn't an insult to 250v utility plug sockets.

> The world is full of people claiming to know the truth, claiming to have
> the answers to life's most perplexing times. You may have heard others say
> that "there are many paths up the mountain," implying that God
> has created many alternatives to come into His presence...that we need
> only to pick the one (or more) that "feels" best to us. However,
> this approach to salvation is in direct contradiction to the words of
> God's Son Himself: The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

> It's yours, just for the asking. If you wish to accept it, you can pray
> this prayer, right now, in front of your computer:

> "Dear God, I confess that I am a sinner, and I repent of those sins.
> I believe that Jesus died on the cross on my behalf, and that through His
> resurrection I have eternal life. I now want Him to be my personal Savior
> and Lord. Thank you for loving me and providing this gift for me. In
> Jesus' Name I pray. Amen."

> Please contact your local church office if you need help with this prayer
> or have any questions. We all are happy to pray & talk with you.

Um, no.



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Curtis Beaulieu
(63.27.49.250)

  In Response to:
The Kong

  Responses to this Message:
The Kong
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:41 p.m.) 

> Yes it is. As long as human males are born with a dangling member between
> their legs, their curiosity and stupidity will carry them to new heights
> of experimentation with it. That wasn't an insult to 250v utility plug
> sockets.

Not that I am complaining about your postings all over Filmtracks, but do you actually listen to soundtracks? It seems that all you ever talk about is sex.



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The Kong
(c803677-h.colbuf1.ny.home.com)

  In Response to:
Curtis Beaulieu
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:52 p.m.) 

> Not that I am complaining about your postings all over Filmtracks, but do
> you actually listen to soundtracks? It seems that all you ever talk about
> is sex.

I collect film music. I am a wuss in my soundtrack tastes cause I like chick scores.

I happen to like sex a lot too. The guys here cover the soundtrack subjects - I handle the sex subjects.

Nobody says that sex and soundtracks can't be interesting to the same people, yes?


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Peter Linn
(192.116.124.105)

  In Response to:
The Kong

  Responses to this Message:
Eugenio
Carlton
Becky
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (1:25 p.m.) 

> As long as human males are born with a dangling member between
> their legs, their curiosity and stupidity will carry them to new heights
> of experimentation with it. That wasn't an insult to 250v utility plug
> sockets.

If a man stuck his penis into a 250 volt utility plug socket, he would die instantly. End of story.



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Eugenio
(wbar22.lax1-4.26.251.64.lax1.dsl-verizon.net)

  In Response to:
Peter Linn

  Responses to this Message:
Peter Linn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (1:37 p.m.) 

> If a man stuck his penis into a 250 volt utility plug socket, he would die
> instantly. End of story.

No, you are wrong. You have to use an initial voltage of 2000 volts and 5 amperes to kill a human being. With 250 volts, you would only singe flesh, hair, and eyes. If the penis was the only body organ receiving shock, then that organ would be rendered useless for life. Oboes would be a little safer from sick perverts, but the man would not die.



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Peter Linn
(192.116.124.105)

  In Response to:
Eugenio

  Responses to this Message:
Eugenio
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (1:41 p.m.) 

> No, you are wrong. You have to use an initial voltage of 2000 volts and 5
> amperes to kill a human being. With 250 volts, you would only singe flesh,
> hair, and eyes.

I disagree. There are warnings on those sockets for a reason! They use 240 volts at approximately 1.5 amps for 60 seconds to kill inmates in some states.

> If the penis was the only body organ receiving shock, then
> that organ would be rendered useless for life.

That is for sure, the penis would no longer work because the man would be DEAD.



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Eugenio
(wbar22.lax1-4.26.251.64.lax1.dsl-verizon.net)

  In Response to:
Peter Linn

  Responses to this Message:
Peter Linn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (1:49 p.m.) 

> I disagree. There are warnings on those sockets for a reason! They use 240
> volts at approximately 1.5 amps for 60 seconds to kill inmates in some
> states.

That is for only part of the killing cycle. The electricution cycle is: 1,825 volts at approximately 7.5 amps for 30 seconds, then 240 volts at approximately 1.5 amps for 60 seconds. A 5 second pause intervenes, and the cycle is repeated. It was designed to render the condemned brain dead within the first few moments. The function of the remainder of the cycle is to stop the body's organs so that a physician can certify that death has occurred. In normal executions, the penis is among the last organs to die.

> That is for sure, the penis would no longer work because the man would be
> DEAD.

No, 250 volts can only work maybe if it was directed straight to the heart. The minimum for total body death is supposed to be 700-1000 volts at 6 amperes for one minute. At a minimum!

Saying that, though, 250 volts could cause localized swelling and bursting of an extremity body organ, so the penis would likely explode if receiving a utility plug socket current for long enough.



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Peter Linn
(192.116.124.105)

  In Response to:
Eugenio

  Responses to this Message:
Eugenio
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (1:57 p.m.) 

> That is for only part of the killing cycle. The electricution cycle is:
> 1,825 volts at approximately 7.5 amps for 30 seconds, then 240 volts at
> approximately 1.5 amps for 60 seconds. A 5 second pause intervenes, and
> the cycle is repeated. It was designed to render the condemned brain dead
> within the first few moments. The function of the remainder of the cycle
> is to stop the body's organs so that a physician can certify that death
> has occurred. In normal executions, the penis is among the last organs to
> die.

Doesn't it vary from person to person? Some nerd dork who screws a 250v socket could die, am I correct?

> Saying that, though, 250 volts could cause localized swelling and bursting
> of an extremity body organ, so the penis would likely explode if receiving
> a utility plug socket current for long enough.

Explode... What do you mean? Literally explode like a bomb was in it, or figuratively blow sperm all over?



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Eugenio
(wbar22.lax1-4.26.251.64.lax1.dsl-verizon.net)

  In Response to:
Peter Linn

  Responses to this Message:
John
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:03 p.m.) 

> Doesn't it vary from person to person? Some nerd dork who screws a 250v
> socket could die, am I correct?

Doctors believe that certain people have a better tolerance to high voltage than others. In 1982, John Louis Evans was shocked for 30 seconds before the electrode on his leg broke. A minute later smoke and fire was seen coming from his mouth and his left leg. It wasn't until a third dose, and ten minutes later, that he was pronounced dead. His head had blown up! At the end of the electrocution, the temperature of the electrode was that of a hot bath, around 50 °C, leading the operators to believe that the voltage was too low for that particular individual.

> Explode... What do you mean? Literally explode like a bomb was in it, or
> figuratively blow sperm all over?

Explode as in: be obliterated. As I mentioned above, the low voltage (250v) would cook the penis like it was placed in a microwave and cooked in HIGH for over 10 minutes. Similar to a hot dog, the penis would rupture (explode) and possibly invert.

If the person was to ejaculate while conducting electric current with a 250v utility plug, the resulting enhancement of current flow would hasten the destruction of the penis. I would guess total explosion in 12 - 15 seconds.



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John
(adsl-67-114-249-202.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
Eugenio

  Responses to this Message:
Peter Linn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:09 p.m.) 

> Doctors believe that certain people have a better tolerance to high
> voltage than others. In 1982, John Louis Evans was shocked for 30 seconds
> before the electrode on his leg broke. A minute later smoke and fire was
> seen coming from his mouth and his left leg. It wasn't until a third dose,
> and ten minutes later, that he was pronounced dead. His head had blown up!
> At the end of the electrocution, the temperature of the electrode was that
> of a hot bath, around 50 °C, leading the operators to believe that the
> voltage was too low for that particular individual.

> Explode as in: be obliterated. As I mentioned above, the low voltage
> (250v) would cook the penis like it was placed in a microwave and cooked
> in HIGH for over 10 minutes. Similar to a hot dog, the penis would rupture
> (explode) and possibly invert.

> If the person was to ejaculate while conducting electric current with a
> 250v utility plug, the resulting enhancement of current flow would hasten
> the destruction of the penis. I would guess total explosion in 12 - 15
> seconds.

What are you people? Sick scientists or something? Regardless of what Mr Kong says, Nobody on this planet would be stupid enough to insert his penis into a utility plug.



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Peter Linn
(192.116.124.105)

  In Response to:
John

  Responses to this Message:
Eugenio
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:13 p.m.) 

> What are you people? Sick scientists or something? Regardless of what Mr
> Kong says, Nobody on this planet would be stupid enough to insert his
> penis into a utility plug.

I was only saying that someone could die because they read this site and go try it for themselves. This Eugenio scientist was not an invited guest to this discussion!!



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Eugenio
(wbar22.lax1-4.26.251.64.lax1.dsl-verizon.net)

  In Response to:
Peter Linn

  Responses to this Message:
John
Bobettechaude
the third man
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:16 p.m.) 

> I was only saying that someone could die because they read this site and
> go try it for themselves. This Eugenio scientist was not an invited guest
> to this discussion!!

Excuse me, Peter, I was correcting your erroneous information about death from electrocution. In no way do I advocate that a person should place his penis in contact with current form a 250v socket, but it would not be lethal. His penis would explode like a hot dog cooked in a microwave too long. That is it.



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John
(adsl-67-114-249-202.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
Eugenio

  Responses to this Message:
Becky
  This is all irrelevant! It wouldn't fit into the holes!!   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:20 p.m.) 

> Excuse me, Peter, I was correcting your erroneous information about death
> from electrocution. In no way do I advocate that a person should place his
> penis in contact with current form a 250v socket, but it would not be
> lethal. His penis would explode like a hot dog cooked in a microwave too
> long. That is it.

Even a little-sized man's cock would be way too small to fit in *any* plug socket!



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Becky
(ool-18ba382d.dyn.optonline.net)

  In Response to:
John

  Responses to this Message:
John
  You are extremely offensive and you should be banned   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:26 p.m.) 

> Even a little-sized man's cock would be way too small to fit in *any* plug
> socket!

Midgets are people too!! Its bad enough that they are short, there's no need to insult their manhood!!!



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John
(adsl-67-114-249-202.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
Becky
  Re: You are extremely offensive and you should be banned   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:32 p.m.) 

> Midgets are people too!! Its bad enough that they are short, there's no
> need to insult their manhood!!!

I don't need your politically correct bull.

I was talking about guys with small dicks. Like FORD A THAXTON for example.



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Bobettechaude
(quebec-ppp209143.qc.sympatico.ca)

  In Response to:
Eugenio

  Responses to this Message:
Eugenio
C. Hook
  Hey, Peter & Eugenio! Are you done yet?   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:25 p.m.) 

Bunch of kids. If you have nothing else to do on the web, go download some porn.

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Eugenio
(wbar22.lax1-4.26.251.64.lax1.dsl-verizon.net)

  In Response to:
Bobettechaude
  I was correcting the other person's erroneous assumptions   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:30 p.m.) 

> Bunch of kids. If you have nothing else to do on the web, go download
> some porn.

Electricution is a very important topic to me. I realize this isn't a proper forum for this talk, but I don't want some uninformed participant here to get away with such blatant falsehoods. I am not a 'kid'.



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C. Hook
(196.40.30.121)

  In Response to:
Bobettechaude

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
  That is one of the coolest discussions I've ever read.   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:57 p.m.) 

> Bunch of kids. If you have nothing else to do on the web, go download
> some porn.

It's educational. They don't teach you that in school.

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Christian Kühn
(242.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
C. Hook

  Responses to this Message:
C. Hook
  Don't you have plugs and sockets in Costa Rica?   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (3:11 p.m.) 

> It's educational. They don't teach you that in school.

I wish they would do it here...

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C. Hook
(196.40.30.121)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn
  Uh... not for people to insert their manhood, no.   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (6:09 p.m.) 

> I wish they would do it here...

Well, now you know how to kill a man and his penis using the joy of electricity.

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the third man
(0x3e429234.adsl.cybercity.dk)

  In Response to:
Eugenio
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, July 27, 2006 (9:15 p.m.) 

> Excuse me, Peter, I was correcting your erroneous information about death
> from electrocution. In no way do I advocate that a person should place his
> penis in contact with current form a 250v socket, but it would not be
> lethal. His penis would explode like a hot dog cooked in a microwave too
> long. That is it.

damn I haven't laughed that hard in a long time. great discussion.

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Carlton
(dana-ref-pc7.rutgers.edu)

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Peter Linn

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Stefani
Mr. E
  This Post is Older than the Bush Presidency *NM*   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (1:54 p.m.) 



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Stefani
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Carlton
  Re: Let's hope it outlasts the Bush Presidency, too! *NM*   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:47 p.m.) 



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Mr. E
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Carlton
  Re: And a heck of a lot more coherent. *NM*   Friday, June 25, 2004 (6:34 a.m.) 



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Becky
(ool-18ba382d.dyn.optonline.net)

  In Response to:
Peter Linn

  Responses to this Message:
Stefani
Pawel Stroinski
Mr. E
Mark Heim
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:37 p.m.) 

> If a man stuck his penis into a 250 volt utility plug socket, he would die
> instantly. End of story.

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??



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Stefani
(68-21-222-132.ded.ameritech.net)

  In Response to:
Becky

  Responses to this Message:
You Yourself and Dick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:44 p.m.) 

> 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??

I am a woman and I like soundtrakcs.

The plural of penis, btw, is penes.



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You Yourself and Dick
(async151-3.nas.onetel.net.uk)

  In Response to:
Stefani

  Responses to this Message:
Joe Irvin
Pawel Stroinski
Stefani
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:51 p.m.) 

> The plural of penis, btw, is penes.

I thought the plural was PENI.

"The peni of the infidels were cut off by the Islamic extremists."



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Joe Irvin
(cache-mtc-ad08.proxy.aol.com)

  In Response to:
You Yourself and Dick
  OMG. Can we have our board back!???? *NM*   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:55 p.m.) 




You want expanded releases for Horner's StarTrek II and III? Petition!
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Pawel Stroinski
(cld95.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl)

  In Response to:
You Yourself and Dick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:58 p.m.) 

> I thought the plural was PENI.

> "The peni of the infidels were cut off by the Islamic
> extremists."

Hmm, isn't the better thing to use the term present in your nick? There are no problems with plural there .

No offence

Pawel



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Stefani
(68-21-222-132.ded.ameritech.net)

  In Response to:
You Yourself and Dick

  Responses to this Message:
You Yourself and Dick
Pawel Stroinski
Chris Tilton
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:59 p.m.) 

> I thought the plural was PENI.

You thought WRONG.

> "The peni of the infidels were cut off by the Islamic
> extremists."

"I like taking penes in every available orifice of my body."



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You Yourself and Dick
(async151-3.nas.onetel.net.uk)

  In Response to:
Stefani
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (3:03 p.m.) 

> "I like taking penes in every available orifice of my body."

Hold on, you must be one of those nasty American bitches!



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Pawel Stroinski
(cld95.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl)

  In Response to:
Stefani

  Responses to this Message:
Stefani
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (3:11 p.m.) 

> "I like taking penes in every available orifice of my body."

Hmm. AT THE SAME TIME?

Sorry for asking. Just curious.

Pawel



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Stefani
(68-21-222-132.ded.ameritech.net)

  In Response to:
Pawel Stroinski

  Responses to this Message:
Randy G
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (3:17 p.m.) 

> Hmm. AT THE SAME TIME?

I took cocks in my anus and vagina at the same time during a party last year. If I had a third guy friend there I would have sucked on him to go all the way!
I wouldn't recommend it, I was constipated for a week!!

> Sorry for asking. Just curious.

You are okay. I like you guys... so cute!



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Randy G
(dm-66-251-31-tyrd.cox-internet.com)

  In Response to:
Stefani

  Responses to this Message:
Pawel Stroinski
  God Bless the Filmtracks ScoreBoard   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (3:26 p.m.) 

> I took cocks in my anus and vagina at the same time during a party last
> year. If I had a third guy friend there I would have sucked on him to go
> all the way! I wouldn't recommend it, I was constipated for a week!!

It is time to cue up a delicious Georges Delerue romance theme...



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Pawel Stroinski
(cld95.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl)

  In Response to:
Randy G
  Re: God Bless the Filmtracks ScoreBoard   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (4:15 p.m.) 

> It is time to cue up a delicious Georges Delerue romance theme...

Nah, rather Horner's four-note motif for the constipation cues .

Pawel



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J. Eric Dietrich
(138.lecraw.com)

  In Response to:
Stefani
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Friday, June 25, 2004 (2:32 p.m.) 

> I took cocks in my anus and vagina at the same time during a party last
> year. If I had a third guy friend there I would have sucked on him to go
> all the way!
I wouldn't recommend it, I was constipated for a week!!

> You are okay. I like you guys... so cute!

Hmmmm... do you live anywhere near Atlanta?

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Chris Tilton
(adsl-64-160-26-40.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
Stefani

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You Yourself and Dick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (3:16 p.m.) 

> You thought WRONG.

According to Merriam-Webster - Inflected Form(s): plural pe·nes /'pE-(")nEz/; or pe·nis·es

Both are correct.

> "I like taking penes in every available orifice of my body."

I'm sure you do.



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You Yourself and Dick
(async151-3.nas.onetel.net.uk)

  In Response to:
Chris Tilton

  Responses to this Message:
Chris Tilton
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (3:22 p.m.) 

> According to Merriam-Webster - Inflected Form(s): plural pe·nes
> /'pE-(")nEz/; or pe·nis·es

> Both are correct.

But what about "peni"? Are we to trust the word of The Almighty Tilton or can someone else verify this?



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Chris Tilton
(adsl-64-160-26-40.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
You Yourself and Dick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (3:34 p.m.) 

> But what about "peni"? Are we to trust the word of The Almighty
> Tilton or can someone else verify this?

That was all that was in the Online Meriam-Webster, but I seem to recall "peni" being used before. So someone else should verify.


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Pawel Stroinski
(cld95.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl)

  In Response to:
Becky

  Responses to this Message:
Olivier
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (2:55 p.m.) 

> 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 .

Pawel

Pawel



My Polish Review Website (with a board)
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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-2-79.w82-124.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Pawel Stroinski

  Responses to this Message:
Pawel Stroinski
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (4:55 p.m.) 

>>> 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 .

>>> Pawel

>>> Pawel

Right. You're just egomaniac enough to sign your name twice.

livier


Of Mice and Ducks
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Pawel Stroinski
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  In Response to:
Olivier
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Friday, June 25, 2004 (5:25 a.m.) 

> Right. You're just egomaniac enough to sign your name twice.

> livier

You know, I wonder what would have Freud said about that . Or maybe not...

Pawel


My Polish Review Website (with a board)
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Mr. E
(adsl-18-46-160.mco.bellsouth.net)

  In Response to:
Becky
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Friday, June 25, 2004 (6:31 a.m.) 

> 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??

A more pertinent question: Why is this oboe thread the only one you're involved in? What led you to Filmtracks? Do YOU like film scores? If so, then why not comment on the other 99% of the threads here? If not, why are you here at all?? Is "Becky" even your real name? Eh? EH???

Mr. E(HHHH????)


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Mark Heim
(201-249-19-115.genericrev.cantv.net)

  In Response to:
Becky

  Responses to this Message:
Zachary Behrendt
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy   Tuesday, July 11, 2006 (12:33 p.m.) 

> WHY do I read comments all over this site about men getting their penises
> stuck in the 'playholes' of CDs??

Because this site is populated by an army of idiots led by the grand marshall of idiotland: Christian Clemmensen.



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Zachary Behrendt
(cpe-70-94-233-81.mn.res.rr.com)

  In Response to:
Mark Heim

  Responses to this Message:
Yavar Moradi
Jorge Núñez
C. Hook
  News Headline: Ancient Post Won't Die, Eats Film Score Geeks   Tuesday, July 11, 2006 (2:49 p.m.) 

> Because this site is populated by an army of idiots led by the grand
> marshall of idiotland: Christian Clemmensen.

Oh, how I love this goddamn thread!

I mean, you gotta, right? It's six years old, it features posts in every single one of those years, it's at least 250 posts long, and every six months or so, some dork reads it off of a Google search or some and VOILA, another ten posts get sucked onto it. It's like the black hole of threads. I mean, just look at the goddamn thing!

But the best part of all is that it's literally a casting call for ScoreBoard veterans past and present. Just about everyone who's ever been anyone on this board has contributed to it: Racerprose, Larry C, Austin, You Yourself and Dick, The Kong, Bobettechaude, Ford Thaxton, Kimiakane, C. Hook, plindboe, Daren, Olivier, Klatt, Jockolantern, Joti, Mike Skerritt, Todd Wong©, John Dunham, Chris Tilton, Joe Irvin, Nate U, Brendan, Jens, Kuhni, The Texas Ranger, and, of course, little old me. Plus countless others I'm no doubt missing or forgetting.

Here's to six more wonderful years, you bastard!

Zack

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Yavar Moradi
(adsl-69-231-83-6.dsl.irvnca.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
Zachary Behrendt
  Somehow I've avoided replying in this thread...until now that is. *NM*   Tuesday, July 11, 2006 (3:35 p.m.) 



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Jorge Núñez
(212.128.138.31)

  In Response to:
Zachary Behrendt
  Re: News Headline: Ancient Post Won't Die, Eats Film Score Geeks   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (2:00 a.m.) 

> Oh, how I love this goddamn thread!

> I mean, you gotta, right? It's six years old, it features posts in every
> single one of those years, it's at least 250 posts long, and every six
> months or so, some dork reads it off of a Google search or some and
> VOILA, another ten posts get sucked onto it. It's like the black hole of
> threads. I mean, just look at the goddamn thing!

> But the best part of all is that it's literally a casting call for
> ScoreBoard veterans past and present. Just about everyone who's ever been
> anyone on this board has contributed to it: Racerprose, Larry C, Austin,
> You Yourself and Dick, The Kong, Bobettechaude, Ford Thaxton, Kimiakane,
> C. Hook, plindboe, Daren, Olivier, Klatt, Jockolantern, Joti, Mike
> Skerritt, Todd Wong©, John Dunham, Chris Tilton, Joe Irvin, Nate U,
> Brendan, Jens, Kuhni, The Texas Ranger, and, of course, little old me.
> Plus countless others I'm no doubt missing or forgetting.

I just thought I should add something, because funny as this thread is, I´ve always managed to skip it. You know, it´s difficult to add something funny to something that already is the "top" of absurd jokes in the scoreboard.
But I´ve read your list of participants on it, and I can´t help, as part of the "scoreboard family" (I feel myself so. Something like the distant relative that from time to time re-appears to check if everything is doing well in the "family") go on withouth participating in this one.

> Here's to six more wonderful years, you bastard!

You know, I guess that even if Christian decided to delete this thread when he decides to do the changes he´s planned, somehow The Thread would reappear.
It has its own life, which it´s absurd but real..... I guess it´s one of the pets of the "family".

> Zack

You should post more often.....

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C. Hook
(200.122.153.46)

  In Response to:
Zachary Behrendt

  Responses to this Message:
Carlton
  Re: News Headline: Ancient Post Won't Die, Eats Film Score Geeks   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (2:40 a.m.) 

> I mean, you gotta, right? It's six years old, it features posts in every
> single one of those years, it's at least 250 posts long, and every six
> months or so, some dork reads it off of a Google search or some and
> VOILA, another ten posts get sucked onto it. It's like the black hole of
> threads. I mean, just look at the goddamn thing!

Oh, no, they make the effort to search for it. The ScoreBoard does not show up on search engine queries. They come here, search the board for who-knows-what and boom goes the marxist oboe.

They're really loud.

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Carlton
(elizpl.org)

  In Response to:
C. Hook
  Re: Googling the "Marxist Oboe."   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (1:17 p.m.) 

> Oh, no, they make the effort to search for it. The ScoreBoard does not show up on search engine queries.

But other Boards do so this could increase the lifespan of this Communist threat, I mean thread.

I started searching for the Marx's oboe and this is what I got:

1. A vitrolic exchange between Tromboja and Narendur. (Wow!)

https://www.scorereviews.com/forum/topic.asp?id=3431

2. A Todd Wong Filmtracks review page (Star Wars) post

https://www.filmtracks.com/comments/titles/revenge_sith/index.cgi?read=323

3. The lazy ...

> They come here, search the board for who-knows-what and boom goes the marxist oboe.

Bring on the pics.

> They're really loud.

What about their range?

-CG



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emily
(1cust133.tnt5.atl10.da.uu.net)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, May 23, 2003 (8:25 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

thats totally gross. But i have a complaint... ok, here it goes, im an oboe player in high school, and this other guy who plays the oboe is just sooo totally out of tune and hidiously squeeky!! Im in one of the top bands and have no idea how he managed to get up there, but all he ever does is grunt! he stops playing and grunts, he lets out his air and grunts, he even grunts when he talks! and this isnt just any old grunting noise, its sooo loud and annoying that even the basoons hate it. Not only that, but why in the world to oboes insist on blaming their reeds or instramnets. Sure sometimes the oboe acts up of a key sticks, but not after every mistake. cant some players just accept that they suck and leave their oboes out of it!


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JenMor
(h24-85-181-206.vn.shawcable.net)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
MSouza
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, May 23, 2003 (3:50 p.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Someone please send Seiji Ozawa to go beat that California man over the head with a flute!



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MSouza
(c-66-56-31-130.atl.client2.attbi.com)

  In Response to:
JenMor
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:30 p.m.) 

> Someone please send Seiji Ozawa to go beat that California man over the
> head with a flute!

Seiji Ozawa is highly overrated!



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Shane Gallant
(lln-wsgt-prx2.leedslearning.net)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, May 26, 2003 (2:47 p.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

That guy probably lost out on the chance to get that infallible feeling of being first chair in his high scool band. If he was a bassoon player, he probably went searching for the most famous oboe on the planet so he could exact his revenge against all oboe players.



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Stephanie Vaughn
(host144.agicoa.org)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
C. Hook
Jordan Valois
Bobettechaude
MSouza
Olivier
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:00 p.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

The managers of this site are severly negligent in allowing this disgusting filth to spread where so many young people have to see it. The approach to salvation is not in the discussion about fornication with a "Marxist Oboe," but instead it is through the words of God's Son Himself: The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Steph



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C. Hook
(196.40.3.47)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn

  Responses to this Message:
Stephanie Vaughn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:12 p.m.) 

> The managers of this site are severly negligent in allowing this
> disgusting filth to spread where so many young people have to see it. The
> approach to salvation is not in the discussion about fornication with a
> "Marxist Oboe," but instead it is through the words of God's Son
> Himself: The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Oh really? And where does He say thou shalt not screw thy holy oboe?

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Stephanie Vaughn
(host144.agicoa.org)

  In Response to:
C. Hook

  Responses to this Message:
The Kong
C. Hook
Curtis Beaulieu
Joti
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:18 p.m.) 

> Oh really? And where does He say thou shalt not screw thy holy oboe?

You are yet another disgusting sinner who probably approves of farm animal violation and other unlawful conduct. I pray for you.

Steph



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The Kong
(c803677-h.colbuf1.ny.home.com)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn
  Re: C. Hook "approves of farm animal violation"??   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:21 p.m.) 

> You are yet another disgusting sinner who probably approves of farm animal
> violation and other unlawful conduct. I pray for you.

This is Filmtracks.com at its best.



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C. Hook
(196.40.3.47)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn
  Welcome to the Captain's all new petting zoo!   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:35 p.m.) 

Grand opening! Five bucks a pound.

> I pray for you.

As long as you do that for me, baby. Do it like you know how!


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Curtis Beaulieu
(63.27.49.250)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:45 p.m.) 

> You are yet another disgusting sinner who probably approves of farm animal
> violation and other unlawful conduct. I pray for you.

Where did farm animals enter the equation?!??

First the oboe, and then the one testacle, then the plug socket, and now farm animals... Will this thread ever reach a decent conclusion??

CB



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Joti
(dialup-242.142.221.203.acc04-mark-wlg.comindico.com.au)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn
  Can you post that photo you promised me...   Wednesday, May 28, 2003 (8:16 a.m.) 

...the one of you in your black business suit, and holding that mean looking ruler. Oohhh yeah...

Also, give me your address, so you can teach The Love God a thing or two about being a baaad boy. You can boss me around anytime baby...

Regards,
The Love God.
E.R.T.W.


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Jordan Valois
(lns-p19-7-82-65-244-23.adsl.proxad.net)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:14 p.m.) 

> The managers of this site are severly negligent in allowing this
> disgusting filth to spread where so many young people have to see it. The
> approach to salvation is not in the discussion about fornication with a
> "Marxist Oboe," but instead it is through the words of God's Son
> Himself: The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

I read the "about this site" page at this site and the manager is cooler then you are. You morons who spout Jesus Christ all over the place would be better served with a french tickler, not a bible.


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Bobettechaude
(quebec-ppp209385.qc.sympatico.ca)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn
  Damn it! (explicite language, viewer discretion bla bla bla)   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:30 p.m.) 

> The managers of this site are severly negligent in allowing this
> disgusting filth to spread where so many young people have to see it. The
> approach to salvation is not in the discussion about fornication with a
> "Marxist Oboe," but instead it is through the words of God's Son
> Himself: The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

> Steph

What's wrong with you people? First of all, you don't say "fornication". It's , ok? Like in the sentence: "Yesterday, I Suzie real good and she liked it". Got it? Second, some marxist oboe isn't a sin. Third, this thread was stupid in the first place, but you made it even worst. Happy, Steph?

Oh and by the way, why don't you "fornication" yourself Steph?
take care.... NOT
bc

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MSouza
(c-66-56-31-130.atl.client2.attbi.com)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn

  Responses to this Message:
C. Hook
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! -Oh, lord....   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:36 p.m.) 

> The managers of this site are severly negligent in allowing this
> disgusting filth to spread where so many young people have to see it. The
> approach to salvation is not in the discussion about fornication with a
> "Marxist Oboe," but instead it is through the words of God's Son
> Himself: The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

This is DEFINATELY the strangest site I have ever been to.



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C. Hook
(196.40.3.47)

  In Response to:
MSouza
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! -Oh, lord....   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (3:41 p.m.) 

> This is DEFINATELY the strangest site I have ever been to.

Don't you just love it?

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Olivier
(ast-lambert-101-1-3-10.w193-253.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Stephanie Vaughn
  Yeah, well, WHO went & dug up that 1000-year old thread? Hm? *NM*   Wednesday, May 28, 2003 (1:23 a.m.) 




Of Mice and Ducks
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MacKey5
(66-136-109-7.ded.swbell.net)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
John
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, May 30, 2003 (8:40 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I once threatened to ram my dick into my sister's oboe when she wouldn't quit it. It's easy to hate those screeching instruments -- the oboes. People hate oboes, for good reason. Why do people play oboes? Self-hate? If I had to grow up listening to oboes any longer than I did, I'd have screw it just to stop its screeching noise.



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John
(edtn015384.hs.telusplanet.net)

  In Response to:
MacKey5
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, May 30, 2003 (9:02 a.m.) 

> I once threatened to ram my dick into my sister's oboe when she wouldn't
> quit it. It's easy to hate those screeching instruments -- the oboes.
> People hate oboes, for good reason. Why do people play oboes? Self-hate?
> If I had to grow up listening to oboes any longer than I did, I'd have
> screw it just to stop its screeching noise.

Damn, this site has all the really weird stuff.

Funny to see the bully Thaxton chiming in on this one.



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J. Eric Dietrich
(57.cpe.atlantabroadband.com)

  In Response to:
MacKey5
  Shudder.   Saturday, May 31, 2003 (4:05 p.m.) 

> I once threatened to ram my dick into my sister's oboe when she wouldn't
> quit it.

I don't think you can possibly imagine how truly disturbing this comment is. Please avoid any further lucubration on the subject of your relationship to your poor sister, or someone might actually inform the police.

Jens

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Eric
(65.117.144.200)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
Brian Higraff
Eric
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, May 30, 2003 (9:09 a.m.) 

Damn, look at the size of this thread, who would guess the idea of a man having sexual intercourse with an instrument would cause so much conversation... ok, it's not that surprising

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Brian Higraff
(dialup0238-lux.dialup2.voicenet.com)

  In Response to:
Eric

  Responses to this Message:
Eric
MacKey5
J. Eric Dietrich
  Filmtracks wouldn't be Filmtracks without its two famous threads   Friday, May 30, 2003 (9:15 a.m.) 

> Damn, look at the size of this thread, who would guess the idea of a man
> having sexual intercourse with an instrument would cause so much
> conversation... ok, it's not that surprising

Where would Filmtracks be if not for the Marxist Oboe thread on the Scoreboard and the little flame-fest brewing for the last two years on the Mummy Returns comment section?



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Eric
(65.117.144.200)

  In Response to:
Brian Higraff

  Responses to this Message:
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: Filmtracks wouldn't be Filmtracks without its two famous threads   Friday, May 30, 2003 (9:32 a.m.) 

OOoo Flame-fest, im there

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J. Eric Dietrich
(14.cpe.atlantabroadband.com)

  In Response to:
Eric
  [Tom Servo] Ooooo yeah, sign me up for THAT! [/Tom Servo] *NM*   Saturday, May 31, 2003 (10:16 a.m.) 



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MacKey5
(66-136-109-7.ded.swbell.net)

  In Response to:
Brian Higraff
  Damn, look at that! That other thread has been viewed 50,000 times!   Friday, May 30, 2003 (9:41 a.m.) 

> Where would Filmtracks be if not for the Marxist Oboe thread on the
> Scoreboard and the little flame-fest brewing for the last two years on the
> Mummy Returns comment section?

That guy they are talking about on the Mummy Returns page must be a real dickhead!


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J. Eric Dietrich
(57.cpe.atlantabroadband.com)

  In Response to:
Brian Higraff
  I've heard that statement one too many times.   Saturday, May 31, 2003 (4:00 p.m.) 

> Where would Filmtracks be if not for the Marxist Oboe thread on the
> Scoreboard and the little flame-fest brewing for the last two years on the
> Mummy Returns comment section?

I actually happen to like Ford A. Thaxton. At least he's not afraid to speak his mind - and mostly he's right.

Jens


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  In Response to:
Eric
  Hey, that's my nick !? *NM*   Thursday, June 24, 2004 (6:28 a.m.) 



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Jeffrey Gustafson
(ptp-216-krv.ktc.com)

  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Christian Clemmensen
  Mr. Clemmensen, please put an end to this mystery   Wednesday, June 4, 2003 (12:58 p.m.) 

I can't come to this discussion board anymore without hearing something about a violated oboe. The topic will simply not die. If you will not delete it then please explain to us where all these people are coming from to keep it popping up all the time.


> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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Christian Clemmensen
(sfgiants.filmtracks.com)

  In Response to:
Jeffrey Gustafson

  Responses to this Message:
Nate U
Mark Heim
  The Marxist Oboe thread? You guys had the choice!   Wednesday, June 4, 2003 (1:22 p.m.) 

> I can't come to this discussion board anymore without hearing something
> about a violated oboe. The topic will simply not die. If you will not
> delete it then please explain to us where all these people are coming from
> to keep it popping up all the time.

Come to think of it, I don't think I ever responded myself to the whole Marxist Oboe story. It's like one of those stories you read in Yahoo news' "Oddly Enough" section. The oboe story is rather tame compared to some of the others you read there. Truth, after all, can be stranger than fiction.

As for why so many people keep responding to it... I do have an answer for that. A few weeks ago, a marching band discussion site linked to the original Marxist Oboe post. I went over there and figured that it was a place for marching band enthusiasts (looked like 16 - 22 year-olds... high school and college) could talk about various marching band things. They got into arguments about flutes versus oboes and clarinets versus bassoons. Not all that interesting. But they all flocked to the Marxist Oboe thread and a bunch of them responded. I don't see the URL in my logs anymore, so I suspect the thread will go into hybernation again. Until the next linkage, of course...

That happens a lot at this site. When you see a thread here or on a comment area that will never die, with hundreds (or even thousands) of views per post, then it's always because that thread was linked to from external places. The search engines are also indexing individual posts at the site, so if you type in "Harry Pothead and the Magic Goat" in some search engines, you may well end up here. Thus, enter the perverts and wackos.

But I should remind you guys that I gave you the choice last November for a ScoreBoard that only allowed threads within the last 365 days to be active. Older ones would be archived and locked. But hey, most people said that they like the board the way it is, so alas, we have another Marxist Oboe revival!

The Christian Right is slowly starting to cause trouble again, and they are the greater concern. On the other hand, every time they protest something, they send more traffic to the site...

Christian




Do you really want to know?
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Nate U
(user-uinj26o.dialup.mindspring.com)

  In Response to:
Christian Clemmensen
  Re: That explains it! I was wondering. Thanks for the info. *NM*   Friday, June 6, 2003 (5:32 p.m.) 



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Mark Heim
(201-249-19-115.genericrev.cantv.net)

  In Response to:
Christian Clemmensen
  Re: The Marxist Oboe thread? You guys had the choice!   Tuesday, August 1, 2006 (8:00 a.m.) 

> The search engines are also indexing individual posts at
> the site, so if you type in "Harry Pothead and the Magic Goat"
> in some search engines, you may well end up here. Thus, enter the perverts
> and wackos.

You are negligent in your duty to block those individuals. It does not matter how much you try to change the software at these discussion boards, because nobody takes you or this site seriously anymore. Filmtracks is the freak of the community because you allowed it to dissolve into that. You should spend less time making the site look cute and more time eliminating the thousands of off-topic posts on thie site.

I predict that the new boards will be as unpopular as the old one is now.



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Walker
(id-mthome-cmts2b-55.losaca.adelphia.net)

  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Stephen Patrick
Olivier
Nick
J. Eric Dietrich
Daren
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (11:32 a.m.) 

We had it wrong all along. It wasn't Thaxton screwing the Marxist Oboe. It was: DAN GOLDWASSER of SOUNDTRACK.NET

What a gross pervert


> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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Stephen Patrick
(dyn216-8-129-243.adsl.mnsi.net)

  In Response to:
Walker

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
Nick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (11:38 a.m.) 

There is sickness here at this web site.



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Christian Kühn
(2.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
Stephen Patrick

  Responses to this Message:
sandstone warrior
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (11:45 a.m.) 

> There is sickness here at this web site.

No , Sherlock.

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sandstone warrior
(203.76.254.54)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
John
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (11:48 a.m.) 

> No , Sherlock.

Do we need any more evidence that Clemmensen is not suited to be editor?!??

He needs to be replaced immediately so someone better can police and run this site and return it to respectability.

I agree, someone like Goldwaser isn't the solution, but someone else needs to step up!!



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Christian Kühn
(2.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
sandstone warrior

  Responses to this Message:
Walker
Olivier
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (11:50 a.m.) 

> Do we need any more evidence that Clemmensen is not suited to be
> editor?!??

Note: I am NOT Christian Clemmensen.



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Walker
(id-mthome-cmts2b-55.losaca.adelphia.net)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn

  Responses to this Message:
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (11:57 a.m.) 

> Note: I am NOT Christian Clemmensen.

But the way you defend him always, I think you want to spend time under the desk with him!



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J. Eric Dietrich
(138.lecraw.com)

  In Response to:
Walker
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (12:36 p.m.) 

> But the way you defend him always, I think you want to spend time under
> the desk with him!

Ever heard of Freud's theory of projection?

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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-45-66.w82-124.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn
  Re: Note   Monday, June 14, 2004 (12:22 p.m.) 

>>>> Note: I am NOT Christian Clemmensen.

Note: I am not Christian Clemmensen, nor Christian Kühn, for that matter.

livier


Of Mice and Ducks
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John
(adsl-67-114-249-202.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
sandstone warrior

  Responses to this Message:
Nick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (11:53 a.m.) 

> Do we need any more evidence that Clemmensen is not suited to be
> editor?!??

> He needs to be replaced immediately so someone better can police and run
> this site and return it to respectability.

> I agree, someone like Goldwaser isn't the solution, but someone else needs
> to step up!!

How about turning control of Filmtracks over to Varese Sarabande? Then we could read their orgasmic, bloated album descriptions in a prime time place. Or how about Douglass Fake's sickeningly positive reviews here instead? Bullseye!



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Nick
(12-202-55-231.client.insightbb.com)

  In Response to:
John
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (12:00 p.m.) 

> How about turning control of Filmtracks over to Varese Sarabande? Then we
> could read their orgasmic, bloated album descriptions in a prime time
> place. Or how about Douglass Fake's sickeningly positive reviews here
> instead? Bullseye!

Say what you may about Filmtracks and its endless Marxist Oboe thread, but THAT comment was funny!



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J. Eric Dietrich
(138.lecraw.com)

  In Response to:
sandstone warrior
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (12:34 p.m.) 

> Do we need any more evidence that Clemmensen is not suited to be
> editor?!??

Who needs a ing editor? If you want stict, near-fascist moderators, go back to whatever ing FSM or Movemusic.com board you came from!

Know why I stay away from those boards? Because I likely couldn't post this:

Eat , motherer!

Jens

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Nick
(12-202-55-231.client.insightbb.com)

  In Response to:
Stephen Patrick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (12:09 p.m.) 

> There is sickness here at this web site.

That is the reason I like this site. I think the faux pas page is the greatest single page I have ever seen on the internet during my 7 years of browsing. I see this arguing about moviemusic.com and soundtracknet, but neither of those sites has a faux pas page or Marxist oboe topic.



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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-45-66.w82-124.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Walker

  Responses to this Message:
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: Pervert poster caught digging up pervert message for pervert "joke" *NM*   Monday, June 14, 2004 (12:19 p.m.) 

> We had it wrong all along. It wasn't Thaxton screwing the Marxist Oboe. It
> was: DAN GOLDWASSER of SOUNDTRACK.NET

> What a gross pervert

>

>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Of Mice and Ducks
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J. Eric Dietrich
(138.lecraw.com)

  In Response to:
Olivier

  Responses to this Message:
Bobettechaude
  Yeah, and this is what passes for wit around here. Shudder. *NM*   Monday, June 14, 2004 (1:22 p.m.) 



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Bobettechaude
(quebec-city-ppp50451.qc.sympatico.ca)

  In Response to:
J. Eric Dietrich

  Responses to this Message:
J. Eric Dietrich
  We came up with much better stuff during our "insult contest"   Monday, June 14, 2004 (1:32 p.m.) 

... Too bad our thread go deleted by Clemmesen. That was gold. GOLD!

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J. Eric Dietrich
(138.lecraw.com)

  In Response to:
Bobettechaude
  Yeah, now *there's* some goodnatured ribbing for 'ya!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (1:42 p.m.) 

> ... Too bad our thread go deleted by Clemmesen. That was gold. GOLD!

Indeed. And yet people like Walker and Devin Rose are still posting. If anything, they remind me of a two 10 year olds that have just seen Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back and are eager to try out some of its witticisms themselves.

The height of sophistication.

Jens


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Nick
(12-202-55-231.client.insightbb.com)

  In Response to:
Walker
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (12:24 p.m.) 

> We had it wrong all along. It wasn't Thaxton screwing the Marxist Oboe. It
> was: DAN GOLDWASSER of SOUNDTRACK.NET

I have been reading the filmmusic message boards for a few years and I have seen about 50 topics or posts about this Goldwasser webmaster. All of them were negative. What did Goldwasser to do make all of these posters upset?



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J. Eric Dietrich
(138.lecraw.com)

  In Response to:
Walker

  Responses to this Message:
Walker
  Or perhaps... it was *you*! Dum-dum... duuuuuuum! *NM*   Monday, June 14, 2004 (12:43 p.m.) 



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Walker
(id-mthome-cmts2b-55.losaca.adelphia.net)

  In Response to:
J. Eric Dietrich

  Responses to this Message:
J. Eric Dietrich
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (12:49 p.m.) 

My cock is far too large for that. I might fit in a brass instrument. But you? A flute would do you nicely.



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J. Eric Dietrich
(138.lecraw.com)

  In Response to:
Walker

  Responses to this Message:
Pawel Stroinski
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (1:19 p.m.) 

> My cock is far too large for that. I might fit in a brass instrument. But
> you? A flute would do you nicely.

Oh, how the intellectually mighty have fallen. A flute, indeed.

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Pawel Stroinski
(cks41.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl)

  In Response to:
J. Eric Dietrich

  Responses to this Message:
Walker
Bobettechaude
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 21, 2004 (2:49 p.m.) 

> Oh, how the intellectually mighty have fallen. A flute, indeed.

Do not be troubled, Jens. I think we have the "Walker, A Fake All Along" situation here, talks about brass, but woodblocks are too big...

Pawel



My Polish Review Website (with a board)
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Walker
(id-mthome-cmts2b-55.losaca.adelphia.net)

  In Response to:
Pawel Stroinski
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (7:35 a.m.) 

> Do not be troubled, Jens. I think we have the "Walker, A Fake All
> Along" situation here, talks about brass, but woodblocks are too
> big...

What are you talking about? Are you turned on by woodblocks or something?



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Bobettechaude
(quebec-city-ppp50351.qc.sympatico.ca)

  In Response to:
Pawel Stroinski
  Good job. Now he's back... *NM*   Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (8:07 a.m.) 



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Daren
(modemcable062.73-131-66.mc.videotron.ca)

  In Response to:
Walker
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Monday, June 14, 2004 (3:29 p.m.) 

Could you at least be a little bit original instead of digging old unfunny posts?

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Stanley Peck
(pool-151-200-238-7.res.east.verizon.net)

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You Yourself and Dick
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Christian Clemmensen
greg
Randy G
  I have reported Filmtracks.com as a VIOLATOR OF DECENCY to the FCC and ICRA   Friday, June 25, 2004 (10:04 a.m.) 

% Written notice of this report sent to:

Christian Clemmensen, Operator
Filmtracks Publications
541 McLeod Avenue
Missoula, Montana 59801-6732

% Online notice of this report e-mailed to:

webmaster@filmtracks.com
info@filmtracks.com
tyderian@filmtracks.com

% Electronic posting of this report made to:

Filmtracks Scoreboard Message Forum
https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi


NOTICE OF VIOLATION:

I am a consumer advocate who surfs the web on behalf of the Internet Content Rating Association (ICRA) in enforcement of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA), which is a federal law enacted by Congress in December 2000. The law demands that any U.S. site serving obscene content must contain ICRA content labels that will block the site from access in places such as schools and public libraries.

We are reporting Filmtracks.com as a violator at the worst level of indecency. It is a site that promotes itself within the mainstream entertainment industry, containing (but not restricted to) information about movies and music pertaining to children's films. Upon entering Filmtracks.com, however, a visitor is confronted by considerable obscene material and the site IS NOT REGISTERED with an ICRA label to restrict access to minors. We are herein recommending sanctions of Filmtracks.com to the Federal Communications Commission's Enforcement Bureau, Investigations and Hearings Division in Washington, D.C.

The standards by which Congress has given the FCC the responsibility for administratively enforcing are: An average person, applying contemporary community standards, must find that the material, as a whole, appeals to the prurient interest; The material must depict or describe, in a patently offensive way, sexual conduct specifically defined by applicable law; and The material, taken as a whole, must lack serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.

Decency Content Violations at Filmtracks.com include, but are not limited to:

Discussions of:

Erections or female genitals in detail
Male genitals
Female genitals
Female breasts
Bare buttocks
Animal genitals
Explicit sexual acts
Obscured or implied sexual acts
Passionate kissing
Blood and gore, human beings
Blood and gore, animals
Blood and gore, fantasy characters (including animation)
Killing of human beings
Killing of animals
Killing of fantasy characters (including animation)
Deliberate injury to human beings
Deliberate injury to animals
Deliberate injury to fantasy characters (including animations)
Deliberate damage to objects
Deliberate destruction of government property
Explicit sexual language
Crude words or profanity
Mild expletives
Promotion of alcohol use
Promotion of drug use
Gambling
Promotion of weapon use
Promotion of discrimination or harm against people

Publishing of:

Material that might be perceived as setting a bad example for young children
Material that might disturb young children
Material that might be perceived as destructive to moral integrity
Material that might be deemed as dangerous to the security of the United States

The above indecency meets FCC guidelines as "language or material that, in context, depicts or describes, in terms patently offensive as measured by contemporary community Internet standards for the public access medium, sexual or excretory organs or activities." Filmtracks.com is especially indecent in areas of language and sexual content.

Filmtracks.com must immediately register for an ICRA rating of "Restricted - Adult" or face possible fines or closure by the FCC. The label is easy to obtain, and is the right and moral action to take.

Stanley Peck, Concerned Citizen
Mobile, Alabama




Internet Content Rating Association
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Joe Irvin
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  In Response to:
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  Responses to this Message:
Mr. E
    Friday, June 25, 2004 (10:17 a.m.) 


Sincerely,
Joe Irvin

PS: I found the SeaQuest soundtrack at Barnes & Noble. Man, that place frickin' rocks!



You want expanded releases for Horner's StarTrek II and III? Petition!
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Mr. E
(adsl-18-46-160.mco.bellsouth.net)

  In Response to:
Joe Irvin
  Re:   Friday, June 25, 2004 (10:27 a.m.) 

> PS: I found the SeaQuest soundtrack at Barnes & Noble. Man, that place
> frickin' rocks!

Their selection rocks. Their prices... (Although you CAN find some "bargains"...I bought "Far And Away" and "First Knight" there for $12.99 each just last night.)


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Klatt
(dhcp-128-84-87-47.ece.cornell.edu)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  *Warning*: This post violates FCC decency standards! *NM*   Friday, June 25, 2004 (10:33 a.m.) 




Scoremania!!!
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You Yourself and Dick
(async151-3.nas.onetel.net.uk)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  Re: I have reported Filmtracks.com as a VIOLATOR OF DECENCY to the FCC and ICRA   Friday, June 25, 2004 (11:02 a.m.) 

> The above indecency meets FCC guidelines as "language or material
> that, in context, depicts or describes, in terms patently offensive as
> measured by contemporary community Internet standards for the public
> access medium, sexual or excretory organs or activities."
> Filmtracks.com is especially indecent in areas of language and sexual
> content.

> Filmtracks.com must immediately register for an ICRA rating of
> "Restricted - Adult" or face possible fines or closure by the
> FCC. The label is easy to obtain, and is the right and moral action to
> take.

America has really gone to bloody hell since George W Bush put Jesus in control of their government.



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J. Eric Dietrich
(138.lecraw.com)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  This is an internet message board. Get used to it. *NM*   Friday, June 25, 2004 (2:24 p.m.) 



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Mr. E
(adsl-18-46-160.mco.bellsouth.net)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  Re: I have reported Filmtracks.com as a VIOLATOR OF DECENCY to the FCC and ICRA   Friday, June 25, 2004 (3:09 p.m.) 

> Erections or female genitals in detail Male genitals Female
> genitals Female breasts Bare buttocks Animal genitals
> Explicit sexual acts Obscured or implied sexual acts
> Passionate kissing Blood and gore, human beings Blood and
> gore, animals Blood and gore, fantasy characters (including animation)
> Killing of human beings Killing of animals Killing of fantasy
> characters (including animation) Deliberate injury to human beings
> Deliberate injury to animals Deliberate injury to fantasy
> characters (including animations) Deliberate damage to objects
> Deliberate destruction of government property Explicit sexual
> language Crude words or profanity Mild expletives Promotion of
> alcohol use Promotion of drug use Gambling Promotion of weapon
> use Promotion of discrimination or harm against people

All this has been discussed on FilmTracks? Man, I must be reading the wrong threads...

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C. Hook
(196.40.30.121)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  Passionate kissing? Gross!   Friday, June 25, 2004 (4:36 p.m.) 

Yeah, U.S. soldiers are hooding iraquies and touching their genitals in humiliation, blacks are getting their rights violated in the south and by the L.A. police, the death penalty kills more people with mental disabilites each year and many other innocent men, the president lies to his people about WMDs and oil, but NOOOOOO! You have to control wether or not people see a boob.

That's nice.

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Bobettechaude
(quebec-city-ppp50314.qc.sympatico.ca)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  Sorry guys, but I have to agree with Stanley Peck on this one...   Friday, June 25, 2004 (6:35 p.m.) 

Just kidding, of course.

> Discussions of:

> Female genitals
What?!? Women have genitals too?

> Female breasts
The right word is tits

> Bare buttocks
Mmmm... ass...

> Animal genitals
Mmmm... animal genitals... urgh.

> Explicit sexual acts
What's explicit?

> Passionate kissing
I heard you can have babies if you use your tongue when kissing.

> Blood and gore, human beings
Bah! What's the big deal? They're just human beings. We're not talking about animals here...

> Blood and gore, animals
Dear God! Nooooooo!

> Blood and gore, fantasy characters (including animation)
Ok... Right.

> Killing of human beings
I hate them.

> Killing of fantasy characters (including animation)
Yeah yeah.

> Deliberate injury to human beings
That guy deserved it! He called me a wussy!

> Deliberate injury to fantasy characters (including animations)
Again with fantasy characters?

> Deliberate damage to objects
> Deliberate destruction of government property
Let's break some stuff bitch!

> Explicit sexual language
> Crude words or profanity
Yeah? Well . And might I add ?

> Promotion of alcohol use
> Promotion of drug use
... ... ... I think I've done that several times...

> Material that might be perceived as setting a bad example for young
> children
Teacher : Kids! Today, we'll learn about homemade explosives!
Kids: Yeah!

> Material that might disturb young children
> Material that might be perceived as destructive to moral integrity
I'll give you some candy if you embrace the Devil.

> Material that might be deemed as dangerous to the security of the United States
Eh... What?

> The above indecency meets FCC guidelines as "language or material
> that, in context, depicts or describes, in terms patently offensive as
> measured by contemporary community Internet standards for the public
> access medium, sexual or excretory organs or activities."
Hihihi, you said excretory organs. It's just like ass.

> Stanley Peck, Concerned Citizen
> Mobile, Alabama
Alabama, eh? Well I guess it explains a lot of things.

Bobettechaude, frequent drug & alcohol user / Satan worshiper / teacher / male prostitute / tits lover / librarian
Québec, Canada

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Devin Rose
(cpe-24-31-34-255.socal.rr.com)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  I think you're full of **** *NM*   Friday, June 25, 2004 (6:48 p.m.) 



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Devin Rose
(cpe-24-31-34-255.socal.rr.com)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  Freedom of speech and the right to do whatever the hell we want *NM*   Friday, June 25, 2004 (7:35 p.m.) 



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Peter
(82-38-168-92.cable.ubr01.shef.blueyonder.co.uk)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  Re: Suck my...   Friday, June 25, 2004 (7:58 p.m.) 

... now you can add "fellatio" to your list.

> NOTICE OF VIOLATION:

> Deliberate injury to fantasy
> characters (including animations)

If you think you can deliberately injure an animated fantasy character, then you are more sad than dangerous.

See a shrink.

PT, just came back from The Ladykillers (bit of a let down) and Shrek 2 (hilarious).

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Mac Styran
(ip178.28.1411h-cud12k-01.ish.de)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck

  Responses to this Message:
Joe
  Alright, I HAVE to answer to this!   Saturday, June 26, 2004 (3:31 p.m.) 

You have a sad, sad job, man.

All that discussion material you mentioned ... I must have missed all those threads.
And I'm here for a couple of years.

And stuff like "Gambling" ... "Injury to FANTASY characters" ... "Obscured or implied sexual acts" ... "PASSIONATE KISSING" ... hello? Do you even BREATHE?

People HAVE SEX, you know?
EVEN YOUR PARENTS!!

It's good to protect children, no doubt.

Protect them from being hurt, protect them from becoming criminals, protect them from any damage, physically or psychically ...

BUT you can't keep them away from REALITY.

Apart from the laughable fact that you can't even see any graphic images on this site ... IT DOESN'T HURT CHILDREN TO KNOW ABOUT ALL THIS STUFF.

Do you REALLY think that YOUNG KIDS come to this board and engulf all the posts?
For a kid, these boards are damn BORING.
(Besides: as I said, I don't know what you are talking about!)

> Publishing of:

> Material that might be perceived as setting a bad example for young
> children

Big deal. Your president and your government themselves are a bad example for young children.

> Material that might disturb young children

I'm more disturbed about the fact that you want to keep children away from real life, so they grow up as intimidated, prejudiced purists with a moral understanding of extreme Amish people. (Not that I have anything against Amish ... each one his/her own.)

> Material that might be perceived as destructive to moral integrity

Of whom?
My morals are fine, thank you. I'm an atheist with A LOT of good INTERNATIONAL friends and no crime record. I help others where I can, I'm kind to animals and even served for my country for a couple of years.

Your turn.

> Material that might be deemed as dangerous to the security of the United States

Yeah, right. We are all terrorist that like to join in this forum to talk about boobies and dicks and whatnot.

Dangerous to the security of the US ... pal, your country already HAS enough problems, why make up new ones?

> The above indecency meets FCC guidelines as "language or material
> that, in context, depicts or describes, in terms patently offensive as
> measured by contemporary community Internet standards for the public
> access medium, sexual or excretory organs or activities."
> Filmtracks.com is especially indecent in areas of language and sexual
> content.

"Especially"? So ... where else??

> Filmtracks.com must immediately register for an ICRA rating of
> "Restricted - Adult" or face possible fines or closure by the
> FCC. The label is easy to obtain, and is the right and moral action to
> take.

A "restricted-adult" site for music.

I can't believe it.

> Stanley Peck, Concerned Citizen
Mobile, Alabama

You live in a mobile home in Alabama?

Jesus, they don't pay much, do they?

Oh, was that cursing?

Mac

P.S.: My RED signature does NOT imply communism. Hey, I KNOW you thought that, don't deny it!


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Joe
(cpe-65-26-20-82.kc.rr.com)

  In Response to:
Mac Styran

  Responses to this Message:
Mac Styran
  And I have to answer this...   Saturday, June 26, 2004 (11:14 p.m.) 

Sounds like someone has an agenda that couldn't wait to be unleashed...you know what; everyone knows how stupid it was to actually file a complaint to the FCC instead of just telling your kid to not go on a site if they aren't happy with it. That's common sense; maybe you want to tell them how stupid they are, and you'd be rigt. But Jesus, man, it sounds like you want to wage war with every non-liberal in cyberspace! There ARE conservatives that frequent this board as well; and I don't think that the complaint-filer speaks on our behalf -- so please don't bash us and "our" president (does that mean that you're from Candada, or Mexico, or something? He's the leader of the country in which you reside which would make him YOUR president too). Above all else, let's not forget, this is a FILM MUSIC message board. Not a political platform.

= equals BAD!; responsibility equals GOOD!

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Mac Styran
(ip178.28.1411h-cud12k-01.ish.de)

  In Response to:
Joe

  Responses to this Message:
Joe
  Alright, I HAVE to answer to this!   Sunday, June 27, 2004 (5:31 a.m.) 

> Sounds like someone has an agenda that couldn't wait to be unleashed...you
> know what; everyone knows how stupid it was to actually file a complaint
> to the FCC instead of just telling your kid to not go on a site if they
> aren't happy with it. That's common sense; maybe you want to tell them how
> stupid they are, and you'd be rigt. But Jesus, man, it sounds like you
> want to wage war with every non-liberal in cyberspace! There ARE
> conservatives that frequent this board as well; and I don't think that the
> complaint-filer speaks on our behalf -- so please don't bash us and
> "our" president (does that mean that you're from Candada, or
> Mexico, or something? He's the leader of the country in which you reside
> which would make him YOUR president too). Above all else, let's not
> forget, this is a FILM MUSIC message board. Not a political platform.

> = equals BAD!; responsibility equals GOOD!

I seriously doubt that you understood my post.

Being a conservative is fine by all means. However, I can't accept people that panic over the sight of boobs.
Not only is that reaction unnatural, but it's friggin' two faced as well.

I know, I just picked out one example.

Since you seem to think that filing the complaint to the FCC was unreasonable, you, sir, belong to the kind of conservatives I have absolutely NO problem with.

Moral sadly doesn't always equals common sense. And THAT is what I am deeply worried about.

Anyway, I'm not Mexican, nor Canadian. Even worse ... I'm German.

I reside in Germany, that means Bush is NOT my president. (The wonders of the internet, you know?)

Just curious, why did you pick MY reply to answer to instead of all those others much more rude ones?

Mac

P.S.: I rarely debate political issues here. And I intend to leave it that way.

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Joe
(cpe-65-26-20-82.kc.rr.com)

  In Response to:
Mac Styran

  Responses to this Message:
Mac Styran
  Re: Alright, I HAVE to answer to this!   Monday, June 28, 2004 (12:35 a.m.) 

> I seriously doubt that you understood my post.

> Being a conservative is fine by all means. However, I can't accept people
> that panic over the sight of boobs.
Not only is that reaction
> unnatural, but it's friggin' two faced as well.

> I know, I just picked out one example.

> Since you seem to think that filing the complaint to the FCC was
> unreasonable, you, sir, belong to the kind of conservatives I have
> absolutely NO problem with.

> Moral sadly doesn't always equals common sense. And THAT is what I am
> deeply worried about.

> Anyway, I'm not Mexican, nor Canadian. Even worse ... I'm German.

> I reside in Germany, that means Bush is NOT my president. (The wonders of
> the internet, you know?)

> Just curious, why did you pick MY reply to answer to instead of all those
> others much more rude ones?

> Mac

> P.S.: I rarely debate political issues here. And I intend to leave it that
> way.

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. 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). 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.

Peace in the Middle East,

-Joe


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Mac Styran
(ip178.28.1411h-cud12k-01.ish.de)

  In Response to:
Joe
  Re: Alright, I HAVE to answer to this!   Monday, June 28, 2004 (12:23 p.m.) 

> 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,

Ditto.

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

Mac

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Jockolantern
(gnr-cap-71.wyoming.com)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  You annoy us all. Go away. . . please. *NM*   Saturday, June 26, 2004 (6:45 p.m.) 



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Christian Clemmensen
(chevrolet.filmtracks.com)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  Re: I have reported Filmtracks.com as a VIOLATOR OF DECENCY to the FCC and ICRA   Thursday, July 8, 2004 (11:52 a.m.) 

> NOTICE OF VIOLATION:

I thought I'd follow up on this Stanley Peck garbage for curious Scoreboard minds... I received this guy's written notice and have looked into his complaint.

> I am a consumer advocate who surfs the web on behalf of the Internet
> Content Rating Association (ICRA) in enforcement of the Children's
> Internet Protection Act (CIPA), which is a federal law enacted by Congress
> in December 2000. The law demands that any U.S. site serving obscene
> content must contain ICRA content labels that will block the site from
> access in places such as schools and public libraries.

All of this turned out to be true...

> We are reporting Filmtracks.com as a violator at the worst level of
> indecency. It is a site that promotes itself within the mainstream
> entertainment industry, containing (but not restricted to) information
> about movies and music pertaining to children's films. Upon entering
> Filmtracks.com, however, a visitor is confronted by considerable obscene
> material and the site IS NOT REGISTERED with an ICRA label to restrict
> access to minors. We are herein recommending sanctions of Filmtracks.com
> to the Federal Communications Commission's Enforcement Bureau,
> Investigations and Hearings Division in Washington, D.C.

I'd say that all of this is true as well...

> The standards by which Congress has given the FCC the responsibility for
> administratively enforcing are: An average person, applying contemporary
> community standards, must find that the material, as a whole, appeals to
> the prurient interest; The material must depict or describe, in a patently
> offensive way, sexual conduct specifically defined by applicable law; and
> The material, taken as a whole, must lack serious literary, artistic,
> political, or scientific value.

Yes, all true...

> Decency Content Violations at Filmtracks.com include, but are not limited
> to:

> Erections or female genitals in detail
> Male genitals
> Female genitals
> Female breasts
> Bare buttocks
> Animal genitals
> Explicit sexual acts
> Obscured or implied sexual acts
> Passionate kissing
> Blood and gore, human beings
> Blood and gore, animals
> Blood and gore, fantasy characters (including animation)
> Killing of human beings
> Killing of animals
> Killing of fantasy characters (including animation)
> Deliberate injury to human beings
> Deliberate injury to animals
> Deliberate injury to fantasy characters (including animations)
> Deliberate damage to objects
> Deliberate destruction of government property
> Explicit sexual language
> Crude words or profanity
> Mild expletives
> Promotion of alcohol use
> Promotion of drug use
> Gambling
> Promotion of weapon use
> Promotion of discrimination or harm against people
> Material that might be perceived as setting a bad example for young children
> Material that might disturb young children
> Material that might be perceived as destructive to moral integrity

I'm sure that if you dig deep enough into all the comment areas (and the Fuax Pas page itself qualifies for many of these offenses), I'm sure a person could find all of the above. This Stanley Peck character reportedly visited over 10,000 individual comments on the site.

> Material that might be deemed as dangerous to the security of the United States

This one, though, is pure comedy!

> The above indecency meets FCC guidelines as "language or material
> that, in context, depicts or describes, in terms patently offensive as
> measured by contemporary community Internet standards for the public
> access medium, sexual or excretory organs or activities."
> Filmtracks.com is especially indecent in areas of language and sexual
> content.

Probably true, yes....

> Filmtracks.com must immediately register for an ICRA rating of
> "Restricted - Adult" or face possible fines or closure by the
> FCC.

Ummm, no. Here's the part where this Peck fellow is using scare tactics to try to force websites into submission. There is no damn action whatsoever that this idiot can take against my site. Everything he speaks of is based on recommendations and voluntary action.

> The label is easy to obtain, and is the right and moral action to take.

I think the fine was $5. Or label. Or whatever it's called.

I've stopped paying attention to this person, and I suspect that he may be associated with those Ministry for the Films of Christ freaks who attacked the site several years ago. I wish him speedy mental decline.

Christian




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greg
(71-36-3-86.chyn.qwest.net)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck
  He forgot "obscene gesture made entirely of keyboard characters' *NM*   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (5:59 p.m.) 



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Randy G
(dm-66-251-31-tyrd.cox-internet.com)

  In Response to:
Stanley Peck

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
  Re: I have reported Filmtracks.com as a VIOLATOR OF DECENCY to the FCC and ICRA   Monday, April 3, 2006 (9:28 a.m.) 

> NOTICE OF VIOLATION:

> I am a consumer advocate who surfs the web on behalf of the Internet
> Content Rating Association (ICRA) in enforcement of the Children's
> Internet Protection Act (CIPA), which is a federal law enacted by Congress
> in December 2000. The law demands that any U.S. site serving obscene
> content must contain ICRA content labels that will block the site from
> access in places such as schools and public libraries.

> We are reporting Filmtracks.com as a violator at the worst level of
> indecency. It is a site that promotes itself within the mainstream
> entertainment industry, containing (but not restricted to) information
> about movies and music pertaining to children's films. Upon entering
> Filmtracks.com, however, a visitor is confronted by considerable obscene
> material and the site IS NOT REGISTERED with an ICRA label to restrict
> access to minors. We are herein recommending sanctions of Filmtracks.com
> to the Federal Communications Commission's Enforcement Bureau,
> Investigations and Hearings Division in Washington, D.C.

And all this was done before the following infamous post was made on a children's score forum:

https://www.filmtracks.com/comments/titles/anastasia/index.cgi?read=21

Peck has a point, you know.



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Christian Kühn
(p85.212.136.99.tisdip.tiscali.de)

  In Response to:
Randy G
  Re: I have reported Filmtracks.com as a VIOLATOR OF DECENCY to the FCC and ICRA   Monday, April 3, 2006 (10:54 a.m.) 

> And all this was done before the following infamous post was made on a
> children's score forum:

> https://www.filmtracks.com/comments/titles/anastasia/index.cgi?read=21
> Peck has a point, you know.

Maybe he has, but I'm not sure about taking anything serious from somebody named Rocky Hardman. Add to that that he claims he ditched his real girlfriend for an animated character...points to some serious problems, if you ask me. And why would they be having sex at all during the film? I mean, in a public cinema? Hello?

As a matter of fact, I am more concerned that people like this Stanley Peck fellow are running around, poking their noses into other peoples' business and potentially denouncing them somewhere else.

Did you email Christian about that post in the comment section? I agree that it is repulsive and inappropriate, but you cannot expect Christian to monitor every single of hundreds of thousands of visitor comments.

Christian

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Mike Jacobs
(rrcs-midsouth-24-199-213-123.biz.rr.com)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
Mr. E
Christian Kühn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, July 23, 2004 (8:36 a.m.) 

I came to this site looking for an obituary about Jerry Goldsmith, and I find this *filth* below. Why doesn't somebody moderate or clean up this site? It looks like it could have so much potential. What a dump.

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------


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Mr. E
(adsl-210-22-103.mco.bellsouth.net)

  In Response to:
Mike Jacobs

  Responses to this Message:
Mike Jacobs
  Gee, thanks for digging it up & bringing it back to the forum.   Friday, July 23, 2004 (8:48 a.m.) 

> I came to this site looking for an obituary about Jerry Goldsmith, and I
> find this *filth* below. Why doesn't somebody moderate or clean up this
> site? It looks like it could have so much potential. What a dump.

The obit is on the site's main page. How far did you have to dig for the oboe thread?


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Mike Jacobs
(rrcs-midsouth-24-199-213-123.biz.rr.com)

  In Response to:
Mr. E

  Responses to this Message:
Mr. E
Christian Kühn
Olivier
  I did not dig into anything   Friday, July 23, 2004 (9:01 a.m.) 

> The obit is on the site's main page. How far did you have to dig for the
> oboe thread?

I saw this link posted at another site and they said that there was a very good Goldsmith obituary at the address:

https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=16441

I did finally see the home page, but that does not excuse the lack of moderation in these forums.



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Mr. E
(adsl-210-22-103.mco.bellsouth.net)

  In Response to:
Mike Jacobs
  Re: Fair enough.   Friday, July 23, 2004 (9:06 a.m.) 

> I saw this link posted at another site and they said that there was a very
> good Goldsmith obituary at the address:

> https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=16441 I did finally
> see the home page, but that does not excuse the lack of moderation in
> these forums.

So, someone is linking to the infamous Oboe thread...that explains a lot. Sorry to be so abrupt with you, Mike. It just seems that every other week someone has to chime in and dredge it up once more. This particular week, it annoyed me.


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Christian Kühn
(242.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
Mike Jacobs

  Responses to this Message:
Olivier
  Re: I did not dig into anything   Friday, July 23, 2004 (9:07 a.m.) 

> I saw this link posted at another site and they said that there was a very
> good Goldsmith obituary at the address:

Hmmm, this is indeed not good. Apologies that I accused you of deliberately bringing this up. Christian should be alerted of this.

> https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=16441 I did finally
> see the home page, but that does not excuse the lack of moderation in
> these forums.

That particular thread is now more or less -I wish it was less than more- a part of this site and pops up quite regularly. It's like the Hydra - you bury it once and get a double return about half a year later.

CK

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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-47-50.w82-124.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
  Re: I did not dig into anything   Friday, July 23, 2004 (9:16 a.m.) 

>>>> Hmmm, this is indeed not good. Apologies that I accused you of
>>>> deliberately bringing this up. Christian should be alerted of this.

And I wholeheartedly it ought to be deleted, with all the posts referring to it.
There's nothing funny, especially when perverts and fanatics keep bringing it back to the fore. and now they use Goldsmith's death to link to it.


Of Mice and Ducks
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Christian Kühn
(242.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de)

  In Response to:
Olivier

  Responses to this Message:
Olivier
  Re: I did not dig into anything   Friday, July 23, 2004 (9:19 a.m.) 

> And I wholeheartedly it ought to be deleted, with all the posts referring
> to it.
There's nothing funny, especially when perverts and fanatics
> keep bringing it back to the fore. and now they use Goldsmith's death to
> link to it.

The time that it re-appeared once again was indeed an ill-chosen one. We'll see about it...

CK

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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-47-50.w82-124.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn
  Re: I did not dig into anything   Friday, July 23, 2004 (9:55 a.m.) 

>>> The time that it re-appeared once again was indeed an ill-chosen one.
>>> We'll see about it...

" We " ? " We " ?? " We " ???
Ah ah, you've betrayed yourself!

So Clem and you really are one and the same, aren't you? And you kept your first name because it avoided confusions, didn't you?

Or maybe you're really his wife posting as a German geologist.

livier--
the only one and no one else


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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-47-50.w82-124.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Mike Jacobs
  Re: I did not dig into anything   Friday, July 23, 2004 (9:10 a.m.) 

>>>> I saw this link posted at another site and they said that there was a very
>>>> good Goldsmith obituary at the address:

>>>> https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=16441 I did finally
>>>> see the home page, but that does not excuse the lack of moderation in
>>>> these forums.

That's downright nasty.
See Mr E.'s reply to understand how annoyed we are that weirdos keep digging it up.
And please forget my previous reply right above; I was typing it (and checking the Jerry Goldsmith On-Line board) when you posted this explanation.



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Christian Kühn
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  In Response to:
Mike Jacobs

  Responses to this Message:
Olivier
  And why would you be looking for an obituary in posts three years ago? *NM*   Friday, July 23, 2004 (8:52 a.m.) 



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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-47-50.w82-124.abo.wanadoo.fr)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn
  Re: Yup. Sure picked an odd place to look. Blame the bookmark *NM*   Friday, July 23, 2004 (9:06 a.m.) 




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purplebot
(reshall-139-184.oit.edu)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (7:47 a.m.) 

guy must have had a tiny dong.

why must we read this in white text on black??? difficult at best.

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (8:27 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

this site is da bomb! thanx


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Vladimir
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (8:57 a.m.) 

>>> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

Why did he have to bust himself on a famous oboe? He must have been some kind of classical music freak because there are oboes everywhere that he could have used for a sex toy. Why bother with one in a museum?



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John
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  In Response to:
Vladimir
  Uh oh, it looks like someplace linked to the Marxist Oboe thread again   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (9:04 a.m.) 

> Why did he have to bust himself on a famous oboe? He must have been some
> kind of classical music freak because there are oboes everywhere that he
> could have used for a sex toy. Why bother with one in a museum?

Are you actually trying to start an intellectual discussion about the Marxist Oboe thread? Sorry, this board has already tried that. And failed.



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Arguile
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (11:08 a.m.) 

Good link, better then other site jokeaday.com standards I must say.


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  I guess people actually DO search for old threads and reply to them *NM*   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (11:58 a.m.) 



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  No, it sounds like it's being referenced from another site   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (12:05 p.m.) 

Not atypical for a site like jokeaday.com to link to things like this.
More wacko people will visit Filmtracks... Just what it needs!

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Carlton
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Randy G
  Last Time it was another film music site...   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (1:16 p.m.) 

... which provided the link

> Not atypical for a site like jokeaday.com to link to things like this.

I wonder site did it now, (I'm assumming it's not that jocke site)...

-CG



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jobe
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (12:11 p.m.) 

i hope they cut off his ball-sack and put it on display next to the famous oboe!!!~~

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  Re: Elephantitis of the Testicles   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (12:28 p.m.) 

> i hope they cut off his ball-sack and put it on display next to the famous
> oboe!!!~~

I saw a very old dood's testicles at a museum once. he had Elephantitis of the Testicles so they were the size of a loafer chair!!! damn, try to imagine walking around with those



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  Re: So you're saying that the man from CA had "Big Balls" *NM*   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (1:11 p.m.) 



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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (1:28 p.m.) 

Very good thread. I haven't seen better in a long time. Worth teh visit!


> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Joke-A-Day!
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G.I. Hoe
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  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (5:34 p.m.) 

Ive heard of people do some really ed up with their dicks, but this guy is a winner. . . DING DING DING, A WINNER!



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Ken Tucker
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, March 8, 2005 (7:22 p.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

The original post isn't as good as the rambling debates that follow it. I like the Stefani girl who gets nasty at parties and takes it in every available orifice. Or the guys arguing about electrocuting a penis. I really like the FCC warning though. Now I have this site bookmarked so I can find everything on the list of decency violations, he he he deviants, all of you!!

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Nick L
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Ken Tucker
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, March 9, 2005 (11:04 a.m.) 

> I like the Stefani girl who gets nasty at parties and takes it in every
> available orifice.

That one was stimulating.

> Or the guys arguing about electrocuting a penis.

That one was really stimulating.

Is there no end to this?



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Pod Beetle
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J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, March 9, 2005 (7:19 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

that rocks



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Terry
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, March 9, 2005 (2:11 p.m.) 

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

The motive is that he was a SICK AND NEEDS HELP!



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plindboe
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Curtis Beaulieu
  Made up story   Wednesday, March 9, 2005 (6:58 p.m.) 

Google doesn't return any results of this story. My guess is that you're simply trolling for attention, and unfortunately it seems you succeeded quite well.

Peter

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Curtis Beaulieu
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  You arrived at the party a little late   Wednesday, March 9, 2005 (7:15 p.m.) 

> Google doesn't return any results of this story. My guess is that you're
> simply trolling for attention, and unfortunately it seems you succeeded
> quite well.

This thread is over fours years old. We figured out it was BS all the way back in 2000. Whoever posted it is long gone.

CB



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plindboe
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Curtis Beaulieu
  Re: You arrived at the party a little late   Wednesday, March 9, 2005 (10:25 p.m.) 

Heh, sorry. I just noticed there were many recent responses, so I guess it had to be pointed out again.

> This thread is over fours years old. We figured out it was BS all the way
> back in 2000. Whoever posted it is long gone.

> CB


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Rick
(65.116.101.41)

  In Response to:
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, March 9, 2005 (8:26 p.m.) 

For a site about something a prudish as orchestral film music, I'm impressed by the perversion.



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C. Hook
(200.122.157.28)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh
  Re: Appropriately, the California man came out red from the experience.   Wednesday, March 9, 2005 (9:31 p.m.) 

What? I've never replied to it! And, as is costumary, here is the long-assed post, in case you missed it:

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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Specer B
(200.234.2.146)

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Christian Clemmensen
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, March 10, 2005 (9:10 a.m.) 

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

So willful fornication with historical monuments gets you the slammer in Russia. What exactly qualifies as a historical monument? Would anybody care if someone was caught sticking his dick through the eye socket of the Bust of Lenin? And what's this about "willful fornication"? What if somebody had stolen the classic oboe and used it to rape an unwilling participant? He goes to jail for rape, but what about the charge on the historical count? I think with Putin now, they go back to the days of just shooting the bastard in the street.



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Christian Clemmensen
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Vladimir
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, March 10, 2005 (9:17 a.m.) 

Ah, yes... It seems now that a popular joke site has decided that this Marxist Oboe thread is worthy of their readers' attention.

> Would anybody care if someone was caught sticking his dick through the eye
> socket of the Bust of Lenin?

Now here we could get into a really good socio-political debate...

> And what's this about "willful fornication"? What
> if somebody had stolen the classic oboe and used it to rape an unwilling
> participant? He goes to jail for rape, but what about the charge on the
> historical count?

For so much interest in one supposed story about a guy screwing an oboe, I almost have to suspect that there are actually people out there doing it... or that the premise is considered a real-enough possibility for the normal person to ponder. Why else would so many people find it interesting?

Christian




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Vladimir
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Christian Clemmensen
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, March 10, 2005 (11:48 a.m.) 

> > Would anybody care if someone was caught sticking his dick through the eye
> > socket of the Bust of Lenin?

> Now here we could get into a really good socio-political debate...

Is it coincidence that you mention this crime?

There was once a criminal arrested for masturbating on The Bust of Lenin in Irkusk. Picture linked here,

https://www.whatrain.com/bailey/russia/8_2.htm

I should add in passing that Lenin was always very shy and inclined to lurk in the shadows at international congresses, perhaps because he lacked confidence in his knowledge of languages -- although he spoke good German and had no mean grasp of French and English. In spite of this he used to limit his public utterances at congresses to a few sentences.

He would have few words for the perverts who fornicate with his likeness or other exhibits of Russian history.



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tonyman
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  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, March 11, 2005 (9:10 a.m.) 

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California.

I didn't know that Michael Jackson ever visited the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts.



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Edmund Meeks
(dhcp-128-61-134-162.bme.gatech.edu)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, March 15, 2005 (11:11 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

Someone should get Basil Poledouris to write a 'Hymn of the Golden Oboe'.



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Smurf #4
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Daren
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, March 29, 2005 (8:42 a.m.) 

like they say in the ads, if the little pill makes your erection last longer than 4 hours, seek medical help immediately. you never know when a trip to the museum after too many of the pills will land you a trip to jail!!


> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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C. Hook
  Re: This tread will never die!   Wednesday, March 30, 2005 (6:43 a.m.) 

5 years later and it's still going strong!

Daren

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Daren
  Not as long as people keep replying... d'oh! *NM*   Wednesday, March 30, 2005 (6:50 a.m.) 




Movie Music UK
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  Re: But even if we dont, some where in the near futur, another reply will come! *NM*   Wednesday, March 30, 2005 (6:51 a.m.) 



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C. Hook
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Carlton
  Re: This tread will never die!   Wednesday, March 30, 2005 (11:58 a.m.) 

> 5 years later and it's still going strong!

The California guy or the thread?

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Carlton
(netcache-3004.bay.webtv.net)

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C. Hook
  Re: Kind of like the Saviour...   Friday, April 1, 2005 (12:01 a.m.) 

> The California guy or the thread?

I think this guy has moved on to bigger and better instruments. Or maybe he has gotten derailed by Californea's three strikes and you'e done Law...

-CG

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Gui
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  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, March 31, 2005 (7:45 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

Yeah but did he shoot his load. The obeo will fine unless the guy pulverized its innards with a huge cumwad.


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Tromboja
John
Joe Irvin
Stan Forester
  My girlfriend thinks I am a pervert   Tuesday, May 10, 2005 (3:00 p.m.) 

I typed 'film score girlie pervert' into the search engine and it brought me here. I hope this is the right place for my problem.

My girlfriend caught me looking at girlie magazines while listening to Danny Elfman scores the other day and now she thinks that I am a pervert. However, I don’t think that I am. She believes that I have no respect for women, and that I must have a problem, and that I want to degrade women. She also thinks the music is contributing to my 'abnormal' behavior.

I like Elfman music, and as for the nudie magazines, I looked more out of curiosity and 'interest', rather than with any sick or perverted thoughts. Can you suggest how I could convince my girlfriend that I am not a pervert?

Thank you,
Shawn



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Christian Kühn
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  Best Post of 2005, without a second of doubt! *NM*   Tuesday, May 10, 2005 (3:16 p.m.) 



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  Were you listening to Edward Scissorhands or Pee Wee's Big Adventure? *NM*   Tuesday, May 10, 2005 (4:02 p.m.) 



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Brendan Anderson
  Re: My girlfriend thinks I am a pervert   Tuesday, May 10, 2005 (5:08 p.m.) 

> I typed 'film score girlie pervert' into the search engine and it brought me here.

It's good to see that the search engines are sending everybody to the appropriate place. The Marxist Oboe thread, no less...

> I hope this is the right place for my problem.

Filmtracks seems to be the right place for all issues relating to perversion, subversion, and extroversion. And rubber chickens.

> My girlfriend caught me looking at girlie magazines while listening to
> Danny Elfman scores the other day and now she thinks that I am a pervert.

Necessary info: What was the score? And what was the magazine name?

> However, I don’t think that I am. She believes that I have no respect for
> women, and that I must have a problem, and that I want to degrade women.

What's her position on masturbation?

> She also thinks the music is contributing to my 'abnormal' behavior.

I can't argue with that. Elfman's music has contributed to the continued malformation of many disturbed minds.

> I like Elfman music, and as for the nudie magazines, I looked more out of
> curiosity and 'interest', rather than with any sick or perverted thoughts.

There's nothing wrong with thinking sick and perverted thoughts when browsing through adult magazines. That's why they exist.

> Can you suggest how I could convince my girlfriend that I am not a pervert?

Well, I would suggest that you cease spending time on the magazines and simply go on and mount your girlfriend. Convey to her that she is the center of your desires! Then again, I should ask you for your age and religious inclination before proceeding with any more advice along these lines...

In sum: No, you're not a pervert. If your girlfriend wants to witness a true pervert in action, there's a girl who posts at Filmtracks by the name of "The Kong" who she should meet.

Christian




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Christian Clemmensen
  Whoa whoa whoa...let me get one thing straight...   Tuesday, May 10, 2005 (6:11 p.m.) 

> there's a girl who posts at Filmtracks by the name
> of "The Kong" who she should meet.

"The Kong".......is a girl?!

-Brendan


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Christian Clemmensen
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  Re: Whoa whoa whoa...let me get one thing straight...   Wednesday, May 11, 2005 (11:39 a.m.) 

> "The Kong".......is a girl?!

Indeed. From upstate New York, if I remember right.

At one point, I thought she was the same poster as "Stefani" (the gal of ill repute from the Marxist Oboe thread) but I didn't look much into it.

Christian



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  Re: My girlfriend thinks I am a pervert   Tuesday, May 10, 2005 (6:41 p.m.) 

> My girlfriend caught me looking at girlie magazines while listening to
> Danny Elfman scores the other day and now she thinks that I am a pervert.

Plz email me a naked pic of danny Eflman.

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John
(adsl-67-114-249-202.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
Shawn
  Re: My girlfriend thinks I am a pervert   Wednesday, May 11, 2005 (9:07 a.m.) 

> I typed 'film score girlie pervert' into the search engine and it brought
> me here. I hope this is the right place for my problem.

Damn funny!

> My girlfriend caught me looking at girlie magazines while listening to
> Danny Elfman scores the other day and now she thinks that I am a pervert.

I do that all the time. Don't worry.

> I like Elfman music, and as for the nudie magazines, I looked more out of
> curiosity and 'interest', rather than with any sick or perverted thoughts.

That's a wimpy excuse. You looked at the magazines because -hopefully- they made your dick hard. It's natural.

> Can you suggest how I could convince my girlfriend that I am not a
> pervert?

I must concur with Clemmensen. Tell your girlfriend that you wouldn't have to look at the magazines if she had sex with you more often.



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docile
  Try listening to Goldsmith next time, she might join you.... *NM*   Wednesday, May 11, 2005 (11:40 a.m.) 




You want expanded releases for Horner's StarTrek II and III? Petition!
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  Huh? *NM*   Wednesday, May 11, 2005 (8:10 p.m.) 



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Stan Forester
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  In Response to:
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  Re: My girlfriend thinks I am a pervert   Monday, July 31, 2006 (8:47 p.m.) 

> as for the nudie magazines, I looked more out of curiosity and
> 'interest', rather than with any sick or perverted thoughts.

Yeeaaaaah, right. You were yanking on your giggle-stick!



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Tromboja
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J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, June 10, 2005 (10:17 p.m.) 

Haha

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Paul
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, February 1, 2006 (1:01 p.m.) 

We at the Traditional Values Coalition are fighting at many levels to hold on to America's foundational moral principles, even as they seem to be being stripped away from us at every turn by so-called progressives. Filmtracks.com is a disgusting porn-friendly site that features encouragement for sex toy usage, discussions of perversion, and user-provided links to pornographic webcam sites of teens. Help us fight this negative influence now! For more information or to arrange a donation, please call Heather Kline at (202) 547-3921.


> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> MOSCOW (Reuters) A masked man broke through several security perimeters at
> the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts on Thursday night and was caught
> fornicating with a classic oboe on display, Russian authorities said.

> They said the man was caught in the act shortly before midnight. He was
> taken to the Nemtsov Prison and awaits a hearing on misdemeanor defacement
> charges.

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

> Police, who were alerted by the Historical Center security guards of the
> crime in progress at 11:50 p.m. local time, arrived at the display shortly
> thereafter and placed the man under arrest.

> The violated instrument is known as the "Golden Oboe" and was
> used from 1928 to 1967 to perform some of the most famous Russian
> classical pieces in the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. It was also used to
> record some of Russia's most famous motion picture film scores.

> The instrument was put on display at the Moscow Historical Center of the
> Arts in 1972, where it remained untouched by the public until Thursday
> night.

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California. By Russian law, willful fornication with
> a historical monument is a misdemeanor punishable by fines and prison
> time.

> Plesetsk announced that a press conference would be held on Friday
> afternoon to reveal the condition of the oboe, which was reportedly
> damaged during the crime.

>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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Carlton
(elizpl.org)

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Traditional Values Coalition
  Re: Go f-uck yourself and don't forget to record it   Wednesday, February 1, 2006 (5:31 p.m.) 

> Filmtracks.com is a disgusting porn-friendly site that features
> encouragement for sex toy usage, discussions of perversion, and
> user-provided links to pornographic webcam sites of teens.

Ow where. I missed that one

But in case you haven't noticed the "conservative" court has protected our right to Porn. I wouldn't be suprised if Clarence Thomas still has his old stash of indecent VHS tapes.

> Help us fight this negative influence now! For more information or to arrange a donation, please call Heather Kline at (202) 547-3921.

Okay, How about if I donate your soul to hell. Film Scores RULE!

-CG

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Matthew
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  WTF? *NM*   Wednesday, February 1, 2006 (6:35 p.m.) 



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Stunned L. Repelling
(adsl-69-210-32-50.dsl.milwwi.ameritech.net)

  In Response to:
Traditional Values Coalition
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (7:29 a.m.) 

> We at the Traditional Values Coalition are fighting at many levels to hold
> on to America's foundational moral principles, even as they seem to be
> being stripped away from us at every turn by so-called progressives.
> Filmtracks.com is a disgusting porn-friendly site that features
> encouragement for sex toy usage, discussions of perversion, and
> user-provided links to pornographic webcam sites of teens. Help us fight
> this negative influence now! For more information or to arrange a
> donation, please call Heather Kline at (202) 547-3921.

Absurd. It's proof that you can count on the RELIGIOUS FREAKS to push JESUS at all these dark corners of the WWW.


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Berlioz
(e81-197-65-242.elisa-laajakaista.fi)

  In Response to:
Traditional Values Coalition
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, July 13, 2006 (3:26 a.m.) 

> Filmtracks.com is a disgusting porn-friendly site that features
> encouragement for sex toy usage, discussions of perversion, and
> user-provided links to pornographic webcam sites of teens. Help us fight
> this negative influence now! For more information or to arrange a
> donation, please call Heather Kline at (202) 547-3921.

>

This is a great site isn't it?

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Paul
(adsl-69-106-235-62.dsl.pltn13.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
Traditional Values Coalition
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, July 27, 2006 (2:21 p.m.) 

> We at the Traditional Values Coalition are fighting at many levels...
> please call Heather Kline at (202) 547-3921.

I called this line to verbally abuse them, but it was the number for an insurance office. I don't like insurance companies, so I told them to stuff Jesus up their butt anyway.



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Katherine Hayes
(66-231-195-146.oxfordnetworks.net)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
Christian Kühn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, February 2, 2006 (7:39 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

I can't find this article in Reuters archives anywhere!



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Christian Kühn
(fb-proxy1.ruf.uni-freiburg.de)

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Suondratck
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, February 2, 2006 (10:04 a.m.) 

> I can't find this article in Reuters archives anywhere!

That would be because the original post is a hoax...

To all: personally, even though I hate myself for it, I've begun to wait for every new resurrection of this thread. No matter how many times we've been through it. It generally amuses me more than it annoys me now.

Somebody could write a book about this thread and all the in(s)ane offsprings.

CK

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Suondratck
(24-117-23-235.cpe.cableone.net)

  In Response to:
Christian Kühn
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, February 2, 2006 (10:59 p.m.) 

> That would be because the original post is a hoax...

> To all: personally, even though I hate myself for it, I've begun to wait
> for every new resurrection of this thread. No matter how many times we've
> been through it. It generally amuses me more than it annoys me now.

Yep, me too, it cracks me up. I don't post much here, or visit every second of the day (ok at least two) but things always seem at place when this thread is around. and Hey now I'm apart of it too!

-dan

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Mikael
(ppp85-141-236-146.pppoe.mtu-net.ru)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, July 11, 2006 (11:02 a.m.) 

> "We are still trying to ascertain the motives for the crime,"
> said Moscow police Capt. Boris Plesetsk, declining to comment on more
> specifics about the incident.

Captain Boris Plesetsk of the Moscow police has since died. Just FYI.

I recently asked several of the employees at the Moscow Historical Center of the Arts about this incident and they were very confused.

Too bad.



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GLEN
(204.153.16.2)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Tuesday, July 11, 2006 (9:09 p.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

Even assholes like this get 0% Intro APR on bank loans. What is the world coming to?

PORK



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heiress
(24-155-172-248.dyn.grandenetworks.net)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
John
  I have two questions about this Russian Oboe discussion   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (12:04 p.m.) 

First question, Why does it keep coming back?

Second question, Everyone thinks the story is a hoax, but how much of it? What if the only untrue part was the paragraph about the recording of scores with the oboe? Like somebody tried to make the event relevant to movie music. The names and places are all real!



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John
(adsl-67-114-249-202.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
heiress

  Responses to this Message:
Admiral Hull
  Re: I have two questions about this Russian Oboe discussion   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (1:59 p.m.) 

> First question, Why does it keep coming back?

Clemmensen has said that other sites (like joke-a-day sites) keep linking to it. An oboe enthusiast site once did too.

> Second question, Everyone thinks the story is a hoax, but how much of it?
> What if the only untrue part was the paragraph about the recording of
> scores with the oboe? Like somebody tried to make the event relevant to
> movie music. The names and places are all real!

There has been suspicion that Clemmensen himself wrote the story.



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Admiral Hull
(dialup-4.255.226.217.Dial1.Atlanta1.Level3.net)

  In Response to:
John
  Re: I have two questions about this Russian Oboe discussion   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (3:07 p.m.) 

> Clemmensen has said that other sites (like joke-a-day sites) keep linking
> to it. An oboe enthusiast site once did too.

> There has been suspicion that Clemmensen himself wrote the story.

It sounds like a hoax to me, but it is kinda funny... and kind of sick... but I don't really care for oboes that much. Bassoons are a thousand fold better!

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Bolton
(jw158.merton.ox.ac.uk)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, July 12, 2006 (6:44 p.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> The only information Russian authorities released about the man was that
> he is a tourist from California.

This is insulting to Californians. That's okay- they deserve it.



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Jesse Sandler
(cpe005004a2ed1c-cm023080006045.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
You Yourself and Dick
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Thursday, July 13, 2006 (9:23 a.m.) 

the definition of a half step is two oboists playing in unison.

mute one with a cock and the two of them are finally in tune.


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You Yourself and Dick
(async151-3.nas.onetel.net.uk)

  In Response to:
Jesse Sandler
  Finally, a really funny response to the oboe story!   Thursday, July 13, 2006 (11:41 a.m.) 

> the definition of a half step is two oboists playing in unison.

> mute one with a cock and the two of them are finally in tune.

I love that! It's so true!



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deGuile
(l11m-5-182.d2.club-internet.fr)

  In Response to:
J Conrad Radosh

  Responses to this Message:
Timmy B.
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Wednesday, July 19, 2006 (8:03 a.m.) 

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

that's all nice and wonderful.

but,

what I want to know is whether or not the offender put his penis in one end of the oboe and then blew into the other. I would think its physically possible. I see a great opportunity for marketing a new sex toy!!


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Timmy B.
(192.250.97.6)

  In Response to:
deGuile

  Responses to this Message:
Timmy B.
deGuile
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, July 28, 2006 (8:05 a.m.) 

> what I want to know is whether or not the offender put his penis in one
> end of the oboe and then blew into the other. I would think its physically
> possible. I see a great opportunity for marketing a new sex toy!!

NO, it is not physically possible. The oboe would be too long to have one end in the mouth and your penis in the other. Even gymnasts and contortionists couldn't do it, their torsos aren't long enough.



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Timmy B.
(mobile-166-172-202-228.mycingular.net)

  In Response to:
Timmy B.

  Responses to this Message:
Admiral Hull
Nick
  I did not post the above... Curious why someone would pretend to be me... *NM*   Friday, July 28, 2006 (8:50 a.m.) 



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Admiral Hull
(dialup-4.255.228.47.Dial1.Atlanta1.Level3.net)

  In Response to:
Timmy B.

  Responses to this Message:
Timmy B.
  Re: I did not post the above... Curious why someone would pretend to be me...   Friday, July 28, 2006 (8:55 a.m.) 

Hmm, the messages were posted close fairly together in time...
Perhaps you should get a password.

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Timmy B.
(mobile-166-172-184-049.mycingular.net)

  In Response to:
Admiral Hull

  Responses to this Message:
Admiral Hull
  Let's all help crack the code...   Friday, July 28, 2006 (9:28 a.m.) 

> Hmm, the messages were posted close fairly together in time...
Perhaps
> you should get a password.

I posted a message at 8:28 and then the imposter posted theirs at 9:05 and I then didn't realize this until 9:50 when I came back to my computer. Also, my e-mail address is displayed in all my messages but not in the imposter's. If you'll notice, the imposter's IP address is 192.250.976 and mine is 166.214.103.225. Unless this person was smart enough to use a different computer, we should pretty easily be able to figure out who they are through looking at other posts around here. I tried looking up their address on a free IP address locator found through google, but the search results said that the IP address is private/blocked.

I do actually have a password. With your permission, I'll try to see if I can use your name in a post without knowing your password. I bet I'll be able to unless someone with access to administrative tools on this site was the imposter. Also, I get e-mail notifications of all responses to my posts--I didn't get an e-mail notification to my response to the imposter's post...

Tim


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Admiral Hull
(dialup-4.255.230.80.Dial1.Atlanta1.Level3.net)

  In Response to:
Timmy B.

  Responses to this Message:
Timmy B.
  Re: Permission granted   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (10:37 a.m.) 

Go ahead and try to post under my name; I've had a password since I joined the site.

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Timmy B.
(166.214.1.110)

  In Response to:
Admiral Hull
  Re: Permission granted   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (4:23 p.m.) 

I figured out that I just needed to make a profile in addition to having a password to protect my "name"--Christian told me this himself. Thanks for the offer, though.

Tim


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Nick
(12-202-55-230.client.insightbb.com)

  In Response to:
Timmy B.

  Responses to this Message:
Timmy B.
  You've been drinking your breakfast again?   Friday, July 28, 2006 (9:20 a.m.) 

Bullsh*t.

Be responsible for what you post. Don't do drugs before going online. Don't hit the bottle too hard either. You'll avoid embarrasing situations like the one this morning by staying sober and clean.



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Timmy B.
(mobile-166-172-184-049.mycingular.net)

  In Response to:
Nick
  Hehe... *NM*   Friday, July 28, 2006 (9:30 a.m.) 



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deGuile
(l11m-5-182.d2.club-internet.fr)

  In Response to:
Timmy B.

  Responses to this Message:
Timmy B.
heiress
  Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe!   Friday, July 28, 2006 (9:27 a.m.) 

> NO, it is not physically possible. The oboe would be too long to have one
> end in the mouth and your penis in the other. Even gymnasts and
> contortionists couldn't do it, their torsos aren't long enough.

Do I need to send an illustration to you? Of course it is possible. Forget the illustration- I'll demonstrate with an oboe myself and send you a picture. Your e-mail address is timothyballan@gmail.com right?



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Timmy B.
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  In Response to:
deGuile

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Timmy B.
  If I had posted the above, it would say, "yes, it is physically possible" *NM*   Friday, July 28, 2006 (9:32 a.m.) 



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Timmy B.
(192.250.97.6)

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deGuile
Timmy B.
Carlton
  Who the hell are you and why are you using my name?   Friday, July 28, 2006 (9:36 a.m.) 

This place is a freak show!



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Timmy B.
(mobile-166-172-184-049.mycingular.net)

  In Response to:
Timmy B.

  Responses to this Message:
Timmy B.
  Are you me in a parallel universe??   Friday, July 28, 2006 (9:39 a.m.) 

> This place is a freak show!

I agree! When did you start using filmtracks? I started probably in 2000. So, I say I get to keep my name. Unless you're just pulling one on me...

Tim


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Timmy B.
(mobile-166-172-184-049.mycingular.net)

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Timmy B.
  **There's no other "Timmy B." besides me in the archives up until today...** *NM*   Friday, July 28, 2006 (10:11 a.m.) 



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deGuile
(l11m-5-182.d2.club-internet.fr)

  In Response to:
Timmy B.
  Re: Who the hell are you and why are you using my name?   Friday, July 28, 2006 (9:43 a.m.) 

> This place is a freak show!

Ye