Submission is a hassle, instead of the RIGHT info, apparently after 7 weeks on location, IMDB knows more about this than I do.

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While improved, the submission of new projects is still a hassle, i had to just delete several categories instead of using the RIGHT information because apparently, the seven weeks I was on location, IMDB knows more about this than I do.
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Michael Shortt

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Michael: Please post your last full data submission here on this message board. You can copy it out of the receipt you would have received from IMDb by e-mail immediately after sending it in. Some of the regulars on the board may review it and, if they can, they may provide suggestions as to how to improve the submission to get it included in the database. (Also, please include the submission reference number -- it's an 18-digit number that will look something like 150123-123456-789000.)
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That's a joke right.

I put in the ACTUAL budget, I know because it was MY MONEY and your system, says, "It appears too low" and refuses to accept it.  I bet it is was your $300,000, it wouldn't appear to be too low.
What did you tell Robert Rodriguez on El Marichi, or the folks at Facing The Giants, both at $10,000, your system needs work. 
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That's a joke right.

I put in the ACTUAL budget, I know because it was MY MONEY and your system, says, "It appears too low" and refuses to accept it.  I bet if is was your $300,000, it wouldn't appear to be too low.
What did you tell Robert Rodriguez on El Mariachi, or the folks at Facing The Giants, both at $10,000, your system needs work. 

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