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Offline B.W.

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Re: The Structure of the Movie and Film Editing
« Reply #645 on: September 16, 2016, 02:07:10 AM »
In response to my own previous comment, I would also like to say that I am not one to promote censorship, I think that people should be allowed to express their opinions, even if I find them to be revolting, but I also believe that people should also have the right to criticize the opinions of other people as well. Personally,  I like to know where I stand on issues, and I think it is good to know where others stand so I can decide as to whether or not I agree or disagree with their opinions. 

I don't have a problem with people who dislike Heath Ledger's acting abilities nor do I have a problem with people who are not fond of his performance in "Brokeback Mountain" (2005), but if it is something about him as a person and I don't think it is fair, then I might say something in order to show that I disagree with their view.  I don't think Heath Ledger was a perfect person, but some criticisms of him, I am certain that I would disagree with.  Trolls are everywhere, even off of the Internet, it is just easier to do it online where you can be anonymous.  I think that sometimes it is better to ignore the troll than feed him because that is what a troll wants, attention.

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Re: The Structure of the Movie and Film Editing
« Reply #646 on: December 28, 2016, 05:23:59 PM »

Hello members!!!!  The Admin/Mod/Tech team is coming to you with news for the new year.

When this forum was originally founded, it was under the URL we all know,, however, it was often referred to as the "Ultimate Brokeback Forum".  Dave's website had a link to the forum, and the two entities were joined as one.

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