Agreed. We were flamed, oh well, these things happen. It doesn't do any good whatsoever to start ranting and raving about their inadequacy just because they have a different point of view on the idea of an internet radio station dedicated to the World of Warcraft. We really are a niche, not some mainstream station that the general populous knows and accepts. - Cadwallion
Not only were you so insecure that you did
give a damn, but another admin at your own site apparently doesn't agree with you in regards to the "mainstream" idea you seem to espouse (I don't see nearly as many WOW references in popular entertainment as SW references, but that's just me.) That guy seems a lot more level-headed, and not nearly as miffed, as you are. I might add, also, that you brought the fight here
. You should have taken his advice.
Then again, it's apparently your radio station, so a personal, emotional response is to be expected. I'm sure we can expect more in regards to this post as well, all hidden behind the "more attention for me and my website"
charade. Here's a tip: get a puppy.
And "Little ones"? LOL. So much for dropping stereotypes. Too bad we can't live in a world where people can have a difference of opinion - oops, except for Cadwallion, that is. I hope he doesn't lose his posting privileges for that breach of solidarity. [EDIT]
Oh, and Fluffy said:
has recently consisted of nothing more than whining about the release not being in anamorphic widescreen (which I found quite odd, because surely if you want the original, you cannot then want it improved with anamorphic widescreen, which was not in the original print
Since I don't want to be a member of your website, you might want to pass this link along from the Star Wars website :
Limited Edition Framed Film Cell from Star Wars: A New Hope
Manufacturer: Rye by Post
Release Date: 01 Apr 2005
MSRP: 69.99 USD
Country: United States
Capture a moment in cinematic history with a limited edition set of film cells from Star Wars: A New Hope. Each strip of 35mm film features four uncut frames from an anamorphic print of A New Hope
, complete with sprocket holes and optical sound strip. Each film cell is unique--no two are exactly alike--and comes in a limited edition size of 1000.
Paired with the striking Star Wars Style "D" poster artwork, each film cell is mounted with a transparent back to allow for illumination from behind. Display in front of a window or simply hold it up to a light source to bring the film cell imagery to life. Both poster artwork and film cell are matted in an 8x10 inch frame, with title and edition number denoted on a metallic plaque. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Link