Audio versions don't change the text.
Where did I say it's ok to alter the audio?
Irrelevant to the content, which hasn't been altered.Have you ever listened to audio books?
Feelings don't make it an appropriate practice.your feelings about it don't seem to be affecting those who are still doing it and providing it to those who enjoy it.
Irrelevant to the content, which hasn't been altered.
Feelings don't make it an appropriate practice.
Deleting text is not an inherent characteristic of audio books.If you mean deleting some pages isn't altering, fine. But there are quite a few examples of elimination.
why should I care about your feelings about it?
Deleting text is not an inherent characteristic of audio books.
You did a lot of responding to me for someone who doesn't care what I say.
When did I say otherwise? When it's done, it's wrong. When it isn't, it's not wrong.And its not inherent that all b&w productions are colorized either.
If you didn't care, you wouldn't have spent all this effort responding to me. I made a rational conclusion.You're making an assumption about whether I care or not
It's not my "opinion" that the original look of the film has been altered.^^^
"When it's done, it's wrong. When it isn't, it's not wrong."
That's not a fact. It's your opinion.
Your actions are clear, and contradict you questioning your own motives.nothing to do with the original "why" question I asked.