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3-27-2010 @ 7:19PM
I got a very nice e-mail from Mr. Brower regarding some questions I had about WoW's music.
3-27-2010 @ 9:22PM
Where in the world would a person find contact information for someone like that?
3-27-2010 @ 10:59PM
By being clever and very polite.
3-29-2010 @ 2:51PM
Thanks a million. I have a legitimate question for him, but I've never been able to find his information. I guess I'll just continue asking Google politely, then, right, because asking here certainly didn't help me at all.(And yeah, my original question *was* polite. Now I'm just pissed that you apparently think you have some sort of power over me.)
3-29-2010 @ 6:36PM
You see? That's why I wouldn't share the information I got. I considered myself fortunate; you consider yourself entitled.So take your attitude and shove it right up your twisting nether, jackass.
3-30-2010 @ 7:24PM
Entitled? I'm not entitled to anything.Saying, "I don't feel comfortable giving that information out because it isn't mine to give," would have been more than fine. Instead, you had to imply that you were clever and polite and that I wasn't. You'd decided to be an ass about it as soon as I asked for so much as a hint.All I really want to know is that if there exist study scores of his music and if so, whether they are for sale or whether he is only willing to give them to his own pupils. For all I know, he doesn't own the copyrights anyway and the question is moot. There are no demands here.But frankly, I suspect dealing with Blizzard customer service will be both more fruitful and less frustrating than continuing to post in this thread.
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