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Chris Opperman
Attended Berklee College of Music
Lived in Clifton, NJ
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is using Google Plus to help beta test an rpg tactics game. Super fun and I'm happy to help! 
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It's called Tactics Maiden. There are a bunch of games in the Kingturn series and the gameplay is really fun (especially when you're on the go), so I volunteered to help beta test the new one.
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Clifton, NJ - Boston, MA - Los Angeles, CA
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"All we ever see of stars are old photographs." - Alan Moore
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Composer with 5 albums available on iTunes & Amazon MP3

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  • Berklee College of Music
    B.M. - Music Business, 1996 - 2000
  • Montclair State University
    M.A. - Music Composition, 2008 - 2010
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Went in with my mother, fiance, and soon-to-be mother-in-law to see if it would be a nice place to host the rehearsal dinner. I was personally horrified and amazed at the manager's boorishness. He started yelling at my mom and said it would cost $10,000 at which point I had everyone leave. If you're not interested in a gig, there are ways to politely decline. Just say, "Thank you for your interest, but we don't have the space for it" or "we don't do those things here." There was no reason to start screaming at an old woman. Every place else we looked at in town was at least polite and helpful, often beyond the call of duty, offering recommendations, congratulations, and well wishes. I was very unimpressed and his behavior was extremely unprofessional and discourteous. There are plenty of other places in town with much nicer people.
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