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Christian Clemmensen
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Admiral Hull
  Notice of impending upgrade to the Scoreboard forum   Friday, July 28, 2006 (1:54 p.m.) 

I think I've got the software for the new Scoreboard completed a bit ahead of schedule, but the only way to really test it is to unleash it upon all of you. Early next week, I'll give a final notice on this old board and a day later the forum will be taken down for about two hours. During this changeover, neither forum will be available. Then, the new one will debut.

Other than the obvious changes to the layout and features, there are a few things you might want to know:

- Profiles will be preserved.

- Profile pictures uploaded to Filmtracks will also be preserved.

- You will no longer be able to link to pics at other sites in your profile. Those links will likely be broken. I strongly encourage you to download the pic you want to use, and then upload it to Filmtracks using either this board or the new one (remember: your uploaded pics will transfer).

- There may be a few cases of busted pic locations. The only reason I keep mentioning this is because the pic you decide to use will appear on each of your messages. If you get an avatar-styled thumbnail of your profile pic that is broken, upload again and all will be solved.

- Your post totals will be reset. All stats will start over.

- Emoticons will remain the same. Text formatting options will expand.

- The location of the new board will be different from this current board. If you've bookmarked the "main.cgi" board, you will always get this older board.

- The older board will remain in place as an archive. You can continue to view it at any time, but posting will be disallowed. It will be displayed in the new software's format.

- The new board will simply exist at www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/. The intro page will be gone (a teaser will eventually appear on the home page).

- Additional features will continue to debut as the board succeeds in its tests (the first 500 posts will be a good test period).

- One of two technical errors I'm unsure about might involve the countlist database (which tells how many views exist for each message). That file was corrupted in early 2003, and I've used the database recovery, dump, and load utilities on the server to try to salvage that data. It looks like it's worked on the new test version of this old board, though I doubt many people here have noticed this problem anyway because so few people browse the messages from 2000 to 2001.

- The other technical error that might occur is in the script's "guestbook-style" viewing of monster threads. On my test version, the software failed to render the entire Marxist Oboe thread (with all the message bodies) on one page. But that's 400+ responses in one thread, and I'm not going to worry about failures on such rare cases. We will probably never again see 420 messages in a thread anyways... It's far ahead of all others in the new stats page (in both views and posts). The current view format (one message per page) continued to work fine on that thread.

- Your cookies may or may not be another problem. I'm going to attempt to incorporate your Scoreboard cookies with the comment area ones, so that once you have a Scoreboard profile, the comment areas will recognize you and fill in your name, e-mail, etc, into the forms there. The problem with this is that the board could possibly drop your cookie or, maybe, fail to recognize how many messages have been posted since your last visit.

- If the new board marks too many messages as "NEW" for you, there will be a button you can use to "mark all messages read" and it'll reset your cookie.

- Make sure to reset your preferences if you've set your default view of the index to something other than standard. The default view will go from "last three days" to "last X messages posted."

- The Marxist Oboe thread will be finished forever.

As always, please let me know if you encounter problems in the new board. I'll remind you of all of this again early next week... In the meantime, if you've ever wanted to respond to a post on this old Scoreboard, now is the time to do it.

Christian



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Nate U
(pool-72-73-88-171.ptldme.east.verizon.net)

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Christian Clemmensen
  The end of an era!!!   Friday, July 28, 2006 (2:03 p.m.) 

Wow, the post counts reset. The old threads unpostable. New format. New Address. Never again contribute to the Marxist Oboe thread. I'm textless.

LONG LIVE THE ORIGINAL SCOREBOARD!

Hope to see you all on the other side,
N8

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tromboja
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Bobettechaude
  What??????   Friday, July 28, 2006 (10:02 p.m.) 

> - The Marxist Oboe thread will be finished forever.

This is the most popular and infamous thread in the world of film music discussion boards/forums. How can you dishonor such a legend?

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Bobettechaude
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Daren
  Re: What??????   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (6:29 a.m.) 

> This is the most popular and infamous thread in the world of film music
> discussion boards/forums. How can you dishonor such a legend?

Because it's dumb. It might have been funny at first, but now... Jeez

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Daren
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Bobettechaude
  Re: What??????   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (7:45 a.m.) 

> Because it's dumb. It might have been funny at first, but now... Jeez

Bobette? is it really you?!? How have you been guy?

Daren


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Yavar Moradi
(adsl-69-231-64-160.dsl.irvnca.pacbell.net)

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Daren

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Bobettechaude
  Re: What??????   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (9:37 a.m.) 

> Bobette? is it really you?!? How have you been guy?

He's been mixin' things up at MMUK, most recently.

Yavar

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Bobettechaude
(bas3-quebec14-1167870096.dsl.bell.ca)

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Yavar Moradi

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Yavar Moradi
  Re: What??????   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (1:00 p.m.) 

> He's been mixin' things up at MMUK, most recently.

> Yavar

Ya know, I wouldn't be Bob if I was all nice and stuff

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Yavar Moradi
(adsl-69-231-64-160.dsl.irvnca.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
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Brendan Anderson
  Hey Bob, you know I love ya!   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (6:20 p.m.) 

> Ya know, I wouldn't be Bob if I was all nice and stuff

I didn't mean to criticize!

Mixin' up is what you do -- very well -- but I know at heart you're a really sweet fellow.

Yavar

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Brendan Anderson
(ip70-176-213-149.ph.ph.cox.net)

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Yavar Moradi

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C. Hook
Bobettechaude
  Get a room...   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (5:25 p.m.) 

> I know at heart you're a really sweet fellow.

If you two would like to be alone, there are some lovely Rachel Portman scores I can recommend.

-Brendan


BrendanAnderson.com - in love with itself
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C. Hook
(200.122.153.238)

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Bobettechaude
  Given Bob's history, I suggest "The Bear Necessities" song. *NM*   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (5:39 p.m.) 



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Bobettechaude
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C. Hook
  That damn bear thing will haunt me for the rest of my life. COOL! *NM*   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (7:04 p.m.) 



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Bobettechaude
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  In Response to:
Brendan Anderson
  Hey, it's not my fault if people like me!   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (7:23 p.m.) 

> If you two would like to be alone, there are some lovely Rachel Portman
> scores I can recommend.

Thanks, but no. When I get a room, it's with a lady, a keg of beer, some potato chips and "The Omen". You know, just to freak her out!

bc, no wonder I'm single

NP: The New World (feeling kinda sleepy....zzzzzzz)


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Bobettechaude
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Daren

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Daren
  Dude, did you just call me Underwear!?!?   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (1:05 p.m.) 

> Bobette? is it really you?!?
Yup, sure is me.

> How have you been guy?
Been workin' really hard teachin' and writin' for the "Ministčre de l'éducation" and stuff. About you?

bc

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Daren
(toronto-hse-ppp3953337.sympatico.ca)

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Bobettechaude

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Bobettechaude
  Re: Dude, did you just call me Underwear!?!?   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (9:49 p.m.) 

Yup, sure is me.
Been workin' really hard teachin' and writin' for the
> "Ministčre de l'éducation" and stuff. About you?

Hanging around Been working hard actually.. hard at pissing off my boss god I hate that guy!

Listening to very good scores (IMHO) like Lady in the Water, Antz, Whispers: An Elephant's Tale, X-Men 3, you know, stuff like that

I thought you were band from here.. what happend? did you hack your way in? :P

DTK!

> bc


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Bobettechaude
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Daren

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Mr. E
  Re: Dude, did you just call me Underwear!?!?   Monday, July 31, 2006 (7:23 a.m.) 

> Hanging around Been working hard actually..

That makes two of us

> hard at pissing off my boss god I hate that guy!

I consider myself pretty lucky: my boss is great.

> Listening to very good scores (IMHO) like Lady in the Water, Antz,
> Whispers: An Elephant's Tale, X-Men 3, you know, stuff like that

Me too. A few purchases recently: Mission Impossible 3, The New World (slow sleepy stuff but I really dig it), The Omen Trilogy, The Omen Remake. And I'm waiting for my copy of "The Promise" by Klaus Badelt. I just loooove those asian score : Hero, Crouching Animals and House of Flying Things.
But I'm spending my "fun" money on books these days. Mostly Peter Straub stuff: Floating Dragon, Shadowland, Koko, Mystery, In The Night Room, Lost Boy Lost Girl, Hellfire Club. And a bunch of others books: Philip K. Dick, Jack Ketchum, Philip Kerr, James Clavell and Bruce Campbell (yeah the Evil Dead guy!).

> I thought you were band from here.. what happend? did you hack your way
> in? :P

No i wasn't banned or anything, but I did called a number of people "idiot" One the last things I said before I left was "This whole thread is a huge pile of steaming feces. And now The Scoreboard stinks because of it. This place used to be fun... now it's going to hell. " I guess I was pretty fed up with the board.

> DTK!


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Mr. E
(64.31.148.154)

  In Response to:
Bobettechaude
  Re: Dude, did you just call me Underwear!?!?   Monday, July 31, 2006 (7:50 a.m.) 

> But I'm spending my "fun" money on books these days. Mostly Peter Straub
> stuff: Floating Dragon, Shadowland, Koko, Mystery, In The Night Room, Lost
> Boy Lost Girl, Hellfire Club.

I finished his "Mr. X" not too long ago, but wasn't terribly impressed. I've read a couple of those you've mentioned, though, and enjoyed them.

Here's a plug: Read Simon R. Green's "Nightside" series if you want a kick-ass fantasy/horror/mystery combo that is chock FULL of invention and doesn't take itself too seriously. Great fun with some eye-widening moments of awe.

Mr. E(nvious of Bob's "fun" money)

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Olivier
(ast-lambert-152-1-47-117.w82-124.abo.wanadoo.fr)

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Christian Clemmensen
  Re: Notice of impending upgrade to the Scoreboard forum   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (12:06 a.m.) 

>>>>> - The Marxist Oboe thread will be finished forever.

Good riddance!
(I hope)
There is nothing funny in perverts constantly digging it up and fanatic perverts wishing plagues on site members for its existence.


Of Mice and Ducks
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Daren
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Yavar Moradi
  I was once in the top 3! Now? I'm in seventh place!   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (7:49 a.m.) 

Why am I saying this? because! Of course it's because everyone will know that on this day, I am numver lucky seven!

Good luck with the new board CC

Daren

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Yavar Moradi
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Jockolantern
  Yeah, and in another day I could be in 9th place, ahead of Jocko. Boo-hoo. *NM*   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (9:31 a.m.) 



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Jockolantern
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Yavar Moradi

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Yavar Moradi
  Not if I have something to say about it, boy. *NM*   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (12:03 p.m.) 



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Yavar Moradi
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Mr. E
  I'm content with 10th place...it's a nice round number.   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (12:51 p.m.) 

Besides, if I REALLY wanted to sneak up behind you and win the meaningless 9th highest poster award, I wouldn't have called it to your attention, now would I?

Yavar

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Mr. E
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Jockolantern
  Agreed...   Monday, July 31, 2006 (8:11 a.m.) 

And 15th place is even better. It implies that, unlike those in the top 10, I DO have a life.



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Jockolantern
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Mr. E
  Re: Agreed...   Tuesday, August 1, 2006 (3:00 a.m.) 

> And 15th place is even better. It implies that, unlike those in the top
> 10, I DO have a life.

Lives are overrated. That's why I play World of Warcraft fourty hours a week and listen to film music the rest of the time. Oh... and work too... yeah, I guess that's important, huh?

Sayonara!
Jockolantern


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Josh
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Josh
  Re: Notice of impending upgrade to the Scoreboard forum   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (7:46 p.m.) 

So that's it then... 2715 posts, remaining twelfth overall. I've been no. 12 for a looooooong time (and this is only the second time I've posted in the past, oh, six months?).

Twas nice while it lasted.

Josh

> I think I've got the software for the new Scoreboard completed a bit ahead
> of schedule, but the only way to really test it is to unleash it upon all
> of you. Early next week, I'll give a final notice on this old board and a
> day later the forum will be taken down for about two hours. During this
> changeover, neither forum will be available. Then, the new one will debut.

> Other than the obvious changes to the layout and features, there are a few
> things you might want to know:

> - Profiles will be preserved.

> - Profile pictures uploaded to Filmtracks will also be preserved.

> - You will no longer be able to link to pics at other sites in your
> profile. Those links will likely be broken. I strongly encourage you to
> download the pic you want to use, and then upload it to Filmtracks using
> either this board or the new one (remember: your uploaded pics will
> transfer).

> - There may be a few cases of busted pic locations. The only reason I keep
> mentioning this is because the pic you decide to use will appear on each
> of your messages. If you get an avatar-styled thumbnail of your profile
> pic that is broken, upload again and all will be solved.

> - Your post totals will be reset. All stats will start over.

> - Emoticons will remain the same. Text formatting options will expand.

> - The location of the new board will be different from this current board.
> If you've bookmarked the "main.cgi" board, you will always get
> this older board.

> - The older board will remain in place as an archive. You can continue to
> view it at any time, but posting will be disallowed. It will be displayed
> in the new software's format.

> - The new board will simply exist at www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/ . The
> intro page will be gone (a teaser will eventually appear on the home
> page).

> - Additional features will continue to debut as the board succeeds in its
> tests (the first 500 posts will be a good test period).

> - One of two technical errors I'm unsure about might involve the countlist
> database (which tells how many views exist for each message). That file
> was corrupted in early 2003, and I've used the database recovery, dump,
> and load utilities on the server to try to salvage that data. It looks
> like it's worked on the new test version of this old board, though I doubt
> many people here have noticed this problem anyway because so few people
> browse the messages from 2000 to 2001.

> - The other technical error that might occur is in the script's
> "guestbook-style" viewing of monster threads. On my test
> version, the software failed to render the entire Marxist Oboe thread
> (with all the message bodies) on one page. But that's 400+ responses in
> one thread, and I'm not going to worry about failures on such rare cases.
> We will probably never again see 420 messages in a thread anyways... It's
> far ahead of all others in the new stats page (in both views and posts).
> The current view format (one message per page) continued to work fine on
> that thread.

> - Your cookies may or may not be another problem. I'm going to attempt to
> incorporate your Scoreboard cookies with the comment area ones, so that
> once you have a Scoreboard profile, the comment areas will recognize you
> and fill in your name, e-mail, etc, into the forms there. The problem with
> this is that the board could possibly drop your cookie or, maybe, fail to
> recognize how many messages have been posted since your last visit.

> - If the new board marks too many messages as "NEW" for you,
> there will be a button you can use to "mark all messages read"
> and it'll reset your cookie.

> - Make sure to reset your preferences if you've set your default view of
> the index to something other than standard. The default view will go from
> "last three days" to "last X messages posted."

> - The Marxist Oboe thread will be finished forever.

> As always, please let me know if you encounter problems in the new board.
> I'll remind you of all of this again early next week... In the meantime,
> if you've ever wanted to respond to a post on this old Scoreboard, now is
> the time to do it.

> Christian



Cognoscente... my wonderfully wonderful Live Journal! :D
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Josh
(hlfxns01bbf-142177229028.ns.aliant.net)

  In Response to:
Josh
  Re: Notice of impending upgrade to the Scoreboard forum   Saturday, July 29, 2006 (7:47 p.m.) 

> So that's it then... 2715 posts, remaining twelfth overall. I've been no.
> 12 for a looooooong time (and this is only the second time I've posted in
> the past, oh, six months?).

correction: it's my fifth post.


Cognoscente... my wonderfully wonderful Live Journal! :D
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Jockolantern
(71-32-150-110.chyn.qwest.net)

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Christian Clemmensen
  Wow... The end of an era.   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (12:07 p.m.) 

To think I've been here for nearly eight years or so and I live to see this day finally arrive. Good luck with the changover, Clem! Hope everything goes smoothly.

Sayonara... for good, in a way...
Jockolantern

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Brendan Anderson
(ip70-176-213-149.ph.ph.cox.net)

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  Responses to this Message:
Yavar Moradi
Carlton
Jonathan Broxton
  This is your chance people!   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (12:58 p.m.) 

This is it!

The time is now!

It's time to start a-new, take a deep breath of fresh air, throw out the dirty laundry, turn over a new leaf, shine up the ol' shoes, saddle up a new mustang, lay some new pipe, tear down the old walls, build the shining city on the hill, bury the hatchet(s), trim the hedges, skim the pool, swab the poop deck, re-start your engines, put on your Sunday's best, buck up, stand up, sit up, straigten up, fly right, tow the line, hit the mark, seize the day, win one for the Gipper, sing a new tune, tune the mandolin strings, cast the fishing line, get cleared for take-off, engage the booster rockets, dig in, get your hands dirty, slice the cheese, peel the ripe banana, cast off the bow line, set sail and blow the hornburg!

A messageboard is but only lines of code. This place is not a web address, it's a community of people. Post counts may fade, profiles expand, and some people will actually get a life...but as long as that sweet sweet film music keeps playing, long live the Filmtracks ScoreBoard!

We'll see you on the other side...

-Brendan


BrendanAnderson.com - the web address that time forgot
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Yavar Moradi
(adsl-69-231-64-160.dsl.irvnca.pacbell.net)

  In Response to:
Brendan Anderson
  When we do meet at the other side...   Monday, July 31, 2006 (12:41 a.m.) 

You should do a compilation of "Best of the Old Filmtracks Scoreboard."

Yavar

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Carlton
(elizpl.org)

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Brendan Anderson
  I'll end by cooking up some SPAM (1300 Posts WOW!!)   Monday, July 31, 2006 (2:41 p.m.) 

> This is it!

Yes, this is it. I have nothing to write. I just wanted to end on a nice round figure:

Carlton: (# of posts) 1300, (%) 0.87%, (Last Post) Monday, July 31, 2006, at 3:40 p.m.

> The time is now!

Okay, before the cut-off music starts to play, I would like to thank the many who have kept my fingers busy over the years. (I would do a statistical analysis of the replies, but I'm afraid that requires to much work). You know who you were: Docile, Brendan, Hook, Yavar, Tromboja, Smalltown, Max, Cap, Kuhn, Mr. E, Jockolatern, Nyze, Emily, Jens, Peter, Oliver, Joe, Zack. Let's see. Who else? umm, oh yeah, how can I forget about ::ChrisMan::, John Dunham, and Phyton. Thank you! Thank you all.

But before I go I would like to give a special thanks to Docile who encouraged me to set up a profile, thereby starting my transformation from a lurker to a poster.

https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=134225

> We'll see you on the other side...

All of you please remember to bring plenty of music (legal and illegal) over to the other side, so we can have something to talk about it!

-Carlton

PS: Long live the music of James Horner, Miklós Rózsa, Basil Poledouris, and Conan the Barbarian!

Wow, that was fun.



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Jonathan Broxton
(pool-71-109-217-131.lsanca.dsl-w.verizon.net)

  In Response to:
Brendan Anderson
  Re: This is your chance people!   Monday, July 31, 2006 (6:37 p.m.) 

> lay some new pipe

Later, maybe. Ami is president of the Union, you know.

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Bobettechaude
(toronto-hse-ppp3758059.sympatico.ca)

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Christian Clemmensen

  Responses to this Message:
Brendan Anderson
Nate Underkuffler
  Let's remember the good times!   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (1:28 p.m.) 

Best of the Filmtracks Scoreboard - November 2002
https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=95828




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Brendan Anderson
(ip70-176-213-149.ph.ph.cox.net)

  In Response to:
Bobettechaude
  Wow.   Sunday, July 30, 2006 (4:44 p.m.) 

> Best of the Filmtracks Scoreboard - November 2002
> https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=95828

I had forgotten just how wacky those good old days used to be. What a bunch of semi-sex-crazed delinquents we all were....er...are...

Nice link Bob.

-Brendan


BrendanAnderson.com - 4 years later...same freaking link.
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Nate Underkuffler
(pool-64-222-201-162.ptldme.east.verizon.net)

  In Response to:
Bobettechaude
  Re: Oh the memories...   Tuesday, August 1, 2006 (5:59 a.m.) 

> Best of the Filmtracks Scoreboard - November 2002

> https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=95828

We did those quotes for quite a few months...and I'll second Brendan in saying to read it now is disturbing.......and glorious!

N8

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Doug C.
(pool-71-101-208-7.tampfl.dsl-w.verizon.net)

  In Response to:
Christian Clemmensen
  Will miss it.   Monday, July 31, 2006 (7:12 a.m.) 

Greetings!

While I may not be even in the top 35, with a measly 830 something posts, I still have been visiting this site and forum for almost a decade. Will miss the look of the forum.

-Doug


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Mr. E
(64.31.148.154)

  In Response to:
Christian Clemmensen
  Abandon ship!   Monday, July 31, 2006 (7:34 a.m.) 

And so the old Scoreboard fades away.

I'm reminded of when Admiral Kirk was forced to sacrifice the Enterprise...in order to "turn death into a fighting chance to live."

See you all on the Genesis Planet-

Mr. E(pisode 2: From The Scoreboard Ashes...A Phoenix!)

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Smalltown_Poets
(ac92d4f3.ipt.aol.com)

  In Response to:
Christian Clemmensen

  Responses to this Message:
Yavar Moradi
  I, Poets   Monday, July 31, 2006 (11:58 a.m.) 

With over 700 posts to go until the next spot (Josh), it looks like my rank on the "prolific posters" will stay at lucky number #13.

It seems like I've "grown up" in many ways since the days when I first began posting randomly under the name of a band I liked (and still do), Smalltown Poets. I've spent altogether way too much time at this board, but I've gained some things from it I'll always be thankful for, such as meeting someone who became one of my best friends ("Viola"). I highly value the online friends I've made as well, and have learned quite a lot from the community present here. You folks are the reason I keep coming back, no matter what format the board is in.

-Jon



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Yavar Moradi
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  In Response to:
Smalltown_Poets
  Re: I, Poets   Tuesday, August 1, 2006 (10:25 a.m.) 

> With over 700 posts to go until the next spot (Josh), it looks like my
> rank on the "prolific posters" will stay at lucky number #13.

Or you could persuade JJH to return and rack up 50 posts or so.

> It seems like I've "grown up" in many ways since the days when I
> first began posting randomly under the name of a band I liked (and still
> do), Smalltown Poets. I've spent altogether way too much time at this
> board, but I've gained some things from it I'll always be thankful for,
> such as meeting someone who became one of my best friends
> ("Viola").

I miss Viola. Invite her to hang at MMUK next time you talk to her!

I highly value the online friends I've made as well,
> and have learned quite a lot from the community present here. You folks
> are the reason I keep coming back, no matter what format the board is in.

Awww.

Yavar

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Admiral Hull
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  In Response to:
Christian Clemmensen
  Re: A fresh start   Monday, July 31, 2006 (6:05 p.m.) 

I'm looking forward to the new forum and the resetting of my post count. It's always a been hard for me to join a forum that's been running as long as this one; now it'll be like I was there from day one (sort of )

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