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• Posted by Christian Kühn
• Date: Monday, July 17, 2006, at 4:20 a.m.
• IP Address: p85.212.143.61.tisdip.tiscali.de
• In Response to: LIVE AND LET DIE Score Crew (Mark - 224)


Well, I am gonna be a bit harsh about this, but you had it coming to you a long time, "Mark".

What the do you want? First your unexplicable and tasteless remarks in connection with Michael Kamen's death three years ago, then your oh-so-wonderful but sadly non-existing database, then your pointless posts about some score's crew, instrumentalists or recording equipment. Is there a point to any of this? Why post information (like the one above), which can probably be gathered from the CDs booklet or a website, when nobody is asking for it? What is the point to these MIDI files from Bond scores that you write about, but don't link to, and that obviously nobody has any remote interest in? Are you composing? Are you a writer?

And yet you wonder that people keep making fun of you?! Or simply ignore you?

I am not sure if you can understand what I am aiming at here, but in any case, either start contributing in an intelligent fashion here (that includes participating in discussions) or leave us in peace.


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