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• Posted by Brendan Anderson
• Date: Friday, July 13, 2001, at 7:57 a.m.
• IP Address: 146-122.campus.augsburg.edu
• In Response to: hey Brendan... (Daren)


> personnaly, do you really think this is going anywhere?

Of course it isn't! It hasn't gone anywhere for a day now! Yet people here still seem bent on pounding me into the ground for my opinion and I'm not going to just sit and take it. Actually, at this point I'm in awe of the fact that they STILL keep replying to my messages...I've never seen it last this long...

> anyway this argument as gone way out of hand and both of you are only
> shouting at each other for no good apparent reason...

Shouting? Hey, I'm not the one who just broke down and simply cussed another poster out. I am attempting to maintain good humor and some shred of substance in this thing, but it seems some people want no part of that...oh well...

> anyway I think that Final Fantasy is a good score but "IMHO" I
> have heard better from him or other composer.

I think Final Fantasy is a great score. I enjoy it more each time I hear it

If this whole thing is disturbing you or others Daren, just refrain from scrolling down to read this mega thread...I promise that at least I won't start a NEW thread on the topic, so the debate will remain "down" here in the lower part of the message index.

-Brendan

-Brendan


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