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Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
Posts 9,730
Joined on 05-27-2004

Post #: 61
Post ID: 19098
Reply to: 19097
Well, he can die with his little secret.
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 Stitch wrote:
Seems, he studied GoodSoundClub carefully and thought carefully about the name of his forum .... :-)
 Yes, he did studied GoodSoundClub VERY carefully and for number of years but it not important. What is important is that whatever the given character says, does or thinks is not the subject of his mind, awareness or even alertness but a bunch of brainless plagiarisms. They are not even plagiarisms as he does not just say whatever he heard before and attribute it to itself. That would be kind of OK. What that sick fuck does is even uglier.  What he does is some kind assessment of his surrounding and pitching to the crowd stolen concepts, ideas or juts phrasings that he not truly understands himself. It is spectacularly funny how he can take a notion that he absolutely no idea what it is all about and butter it to the circle of his followers. The notion put the roots in there and then he try to capitalize on it by openly prostituting on the subject. I have seen it many time in that character and had many reports from his circles. To me this behavior is disgusting. When you actually restrict him with a subject that he has no ability to still from anybody else and to resale it as his own “wisdom”  then you witness something absolutely retarget. I remember what I visited him I brought a recording of the Pathétique symphony. He did not hear it before, which is fine and I ask him what impression the symphony left in him after we listen it together. The guy was one to one with his pathetic inner-himself and there was no “call to a friend”. So, do you know what the idiot answer me? He said “They have to many violins in the symphony”. That level of stupidity he posses what he does not sell the subject that was coverer for him by others.

The Cat


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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N-set
Gdansk, Poland
Posts 484
Joined on 01-07-2006

Post #: 62
Post ID: 19100
Reply to: 19098
"Too many notes, Mozart"
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 “They have to many violins in the symphony”

...at least he is in a good company Wink



Cheers,
Jarek
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