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Glad you're still around and kicking.  Thanks for keeping Profiler up and running all these years!
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Quoting Fingerlakes Dave:
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Quoting rdodolak:
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Quoting Danae Cassandra:
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Since Ken will never be available to modify the rules again, we have to operate on what makes the most logical sense.


Why would he never be able to modify the rules again? Not saying that he would, but why can't he?


I had the same thought? Not being around is not dead.

I'm believe Ken is now completely hands off.  That he pays the bills and that's it.  I worded it poorly, but never being around means he is never available.  Sure, he could modify the rules, but that would require him to be here.  Until anything points otherwise, I will operate under the hypothesis with the most evidence - Ken will never be available.

It's the same thing I tell callers at my work who ask to speak to the owner.  They will never speak to the owner.  I've worked for the company for 20 years; I've never met him.  He's completely hands off.  Sure, he could get involved; he's not dead.  But everything for 20 years of my job says he's not going to.
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Since each sentence modifies the previous one, you could also read it as if the overview didn't have individual descriptions on the cover but had something else instead, you'd just enter nothing at all.

And nobody wants that.

Since Ken will never be available to modify the rules again, we have to operate on what makes the most logical sense.
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I certainly wouldn't read it that way.  Each sentence modifies the one before it.  You enter what's from the cover, then if there isn't anything on the cover  you enter from the booklet, and then if there isn't anything on the cover and there isn't a booklet, then you just enter a list of the contents. 

You don't write your own overview, which is allowed for movies that have none.
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I took mine out of the cases, put them in disc books, and store them on the metal shelves you get at hardware stores.  I still have a 1500 CD rack that has my CDs on it, but I've had that for 20+ years. 

(As far as the cases go, if I can reasonably assume that the title will hold resale value, mostly boutique label, I have those stored in tubs in my shed.)

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Mark Ryan (1956) -- Actor, Voice Actor  -- Accepted Sep 27, 2023
-- known for Transformers films

http://www.filmreference.com/film/85/Mark-Ryan.html
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0752699/bio/?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm
https://michaelbaystransformers.fandom.com/wiki/Mark_Ryan

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Mark Ryan (no birth year)
-- Actor in All Men Are Apes! (1965)
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You contribute the DVD child profile via alternate ID, so just change that and the cover art and notate why you're using an alt ID (that the same disc is in multiple combo packs)

As for the main BD profile, you can absolutely contribute without the BD disc info, just notate what edition you took the cast/crew from in the notes.
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Going by the rules, I think the official title should be "The Thing / The Thing from Another World / The Thing" without an edition, but I would have the locked title as "The Thing 3-Movie Collection" in my local database.


I agree with this.
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