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Comment: Re:Tits and swords (Score 1) 153

by oldmac31310 (#47407629) Attached to: New Zealand ISP's Anti-Geoblocking Service Makes Waves
Thanks AC for a good laugh. Who is this 'us' you refer to?...and you are clearly not very well informed about music. There is no Dubstep on my site - and need I say, there was nothing but your own nerd rage that compelled you to visit the website. You didn't have to. Have a nice day! Now I must remember not to feed the trolls.

Comment: Re:Tits and swords (Score 1) 153

by oldmac31310 (#47401531) Attached to: New Zealand ISP's Anti-Geoblocking Service Makes Waves
Fair enough. It wouldn't be my regular genre but for actual good quality writing in the fantasy/science fiction genres I would recommend anything by Iain M. Banks and his His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman. I don't compare books. I judge them on their own merits and Game of Thrones (the first few chapters of the First Book anyway) is not well written, not interesting or intelligent. It is lowest common denominator pot boiler dreck. Need I add 'IMHO'? If you dislike either of the authors I mentioned, feel free to make a spirited attack. It is no skin off my nose.

Comment: Re:But people forget what MENSA concluded (Score 2) 561

by oldmac31310 (#47326555) Attached to: Match.com, Mensa Create Dating Site For Geniuses
If I am not mistaken, Michelangelo mainly dedicated his life to promoting himself, winning big commissions from the wealthiest patrons and cared little for anyone else. True, he was hugely talented and creative but he wasn't painting and sculpting out of a sense of altruism. Or are you saying that he was the 'rent-seeking cocksucker'?

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