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Superiors Demo Music Creator v2.0

Superiors Demo Music Creator v2.0 Released by :

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C64 Crack

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Submitted by Groepaz on 27 May 2009
And here I thought some of the tasks of being moderator was to help, fix and correct MISTAKES made by others.

a) moloch is not a moderator here, he is a user just like you are
b) the job of the moderators isn't fixing the mess created by users. their job is to make sure users dont create such a mess in the first place. and that usually means telling them what they are doing wrong, so they can do it right next time. just like what moloch is doing (even if he isnt a moderator)
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Submitted by Moloch on 27 May 2009
I posted the numbers in response to your claim that I don't contribute here. You made the claim and I responded. Clearly I have done more here than you ever will - because you've already quit, correct?

I'm not a moderator here, no clue where you got that idea.

All of my responses are on-topic, the fact that you can't see that isn't my problem to deal with. You clearly have some very deep mental issues to deal with, I really hope you have some medical coverage. Maybe you'll "die" again and disappear for a year to only return again claiming your ex-girlfriend posted that bullshit?

As for polluting this releases comments, the first non-entry related response was your rant against me.

Get it? All the problems here are your own creation. You're not a victim of some bully, you're just not willing to learn. You make the same mistakes over and over and when someone does point it out - WATCH OUT - you might piss off lil poopy pants Eric - The Poor Victim.
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Submitted by The Phantom on 27 May 2009
Again, where is the veracity to the subject?!

I'm not impressed with your "numbers", as thats all they are.

You seem to have missed the point as to why we've polluted this releases comment area.

Let me say it in smaller words, maybe you'll get it this time..

If I upload a file and you see an error, fix it. Don't feel a need to make a stupid comment on what you fixed, just fix it.

There, was that so hard?

PS.. Since we're flopping around on various subjects, I might as well bring myself to your level.. I Find it AMAZING that your moderator of ANYTHING. You've made my experience on this site, as well as DRIVEN's, a nightmare. And here I thought some of the tasks of being moderator was to help, fix and correct MISTAKES made by others.
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Submitted by Moloch on 27 May 2009
I'm certainly no Zyron when it comes to adding to this database, I've done what I consider a fair share for my goal. Adding NTSC information, considering that CSDb is 99% PAL orientated, was my original goal. See if your numbers compare:

106 Groups
157 Releases
177 Sceners
74 BBS
8 Events

(tip: click Userpage tab, then click "View your added entries")

Nothing you've added here wasn't available in 1993/1994 on various FTPs, including my own NTSC orientated FTP.
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Submitted by The Phantom on 27 May 2009
Moloch, I simply expected that kind of reply from you. The argument wasn't about Phantom V2.0 (which is a good idea btw). It was about the ambivalence you seem to have against whatever effort I make to share all these "well spread files" that haven't made it HERE. It's nice to see that you contribute these "well spread files", just doing your part as always?
I also don't care if you and whatever other cowards choose to talk behind my back about "whatever", that too, is typical of you. Another moot point not pertaining to the subject at hand.
You won't have to worry about fixing any mistakes from me after this posting. I can deal with not putting any files up here. Let someone else add these "well spread files" you talk of, which you obviously can't do.
And just what were you talking about with "archive"? Or are you just grabbing at straws again?

Try to stay on subject next time, if you can manage that.

Oh, and since I'm on a roll here.. I've heard 1 thing from GROEPAZ (sorry dude, don't mean to drag you into this) and everything from you. As stated in the ORIGINAL gripe, if you've a problem, FIX IT. Nobody else seems to have issues with anything I've added thus far, and if they have, they've kept it to themselves.
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Submitted by Moloch on 27 May 2009
You added credits for the Chromance intro to the entry. A no-no which gets anyone else ragged on for making such a stupid, inept, mongoloid mistake.

Every entry? Your archive? You've yet to add anything to this database that isn't well spread online already.

You're such a touchy little kid. Get a thicker shell and come back with Phantom v2.0 or something. I gain nothing from fixing your mistakes here at CSDb. You make the same mistakes time after time, even after many people have tried to give you tips. In fact, we had a nice discussion about this apparent CSDb retardation you suffer from on IRC about a week ago.
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Submitted by The Phantom on 27 May 2009
@Moloch: Dude! Why you always harping on what I upload?! If you see something that needs to be fixed, THEN DO IT! Stop with the play by play commentary already. I add whatever credits I can find from scrolls, texts and memory. When I finished adding the release, I'm DONE with the file..

Whoever added the SID info didn't say a thing about it, they just did it. Why can't you do the same?! I am so done sharing my files on this site. Simply sick of your need to feel important by commenting on every file I upload here.
User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 27 May 2009
Credits updated, this is a "crack" of a release by Graffity.
User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 26 May 2009
I'm not sure on a release date.

I seriously wish I could master my gif animations, haha..
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