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2009-03-06 06:41:01
Blank, if you have nothing to make with Connie, why are you then so annoyed with this writing. Change “blank” by “Connie” and we have the answer.
2009-02-11 05:59:01
CORRECTION (under correction): Now I made a little mistake with 95%. IN SHORT the cases where there is an exception for: 1) Some sites / authors gives automatically the permission to download / upload the photo (conditions: no commercial use, no changes, mention the name of the author or the like …); 2) When not so: asking a written permission from … (e-mail e.g.); 3) Photos which are our property (family photos e.g. // don’t confuse with “in our possession”); 4) Making the photos ourselves. Lets stop here; still in many cases we also steal (50% ?). Is that all right for you so ?
2009-02-10 08:59:03
There's only so many places that have a large enough rotation to pilfer pics from on a regular basis. Forgive me, but I forget who it was, but the other day pics from a steel reinforcing catalog were being posted. I still say they were ends of some square key stock. Everybody is looking for other alternatives. A while back I stumbled onto a site only to realize that it was the same place Farhad was getting some of his from. So if we pilfer on the same day there's a good chance we'll post the same or see it posted by the other before we could post our own. So I'm not really seeing that their double posting on purpose.
2009-02-10 07:47:25
Connie, I'm not quite sure that he is in fact stealing. It's not even possible to check the date of posting. It's a suggestion to Pixdaus: why not add the date to each published photo?! I have to agree whith Cohise, as well, and I didn't steal it from him. ;-)
2009-02-10 04:23:40
Another example of jchip8 continuously stealing from another poster...this time Gotinha.
2009-02-10 00:39:24