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2010-04-30 09:40:11
You initiate - I react. Your comment was NOT "matter-of-fact", nor was it "totally proper". I could just imagine you salivating with glee to have the opportunity to 'correct' me. So, I forgot to add Cactus to Easter Lily. SO WHAT...WHO CARES! Worry about what is happening in the world - not that Connie has mispelled or forgotten to add Cactus. I DO NOT want your opinions or comments to comments I made that are not directed at you. I DO NOT want your opinions or comments to photos I upload. I DO NOT want anything to do with you - you give me the creeps. You are incredibly obssessed with Pixdaus, the comments, the spelling etc. I was on site when you complimented someone (I fairly sure that it might be Skip) on an upload. She responded that since you liked the photo, give it a vote. I was laughing because I had waited and watched to see if she would get the 3 votes, and it didn't happen. So, you gave the 3 votes and commented to her that she now had the votes. That was about a year ago, and I certainly did not make note of which photo the comment was under. I'm not trying to get others to believe me; I don't care and I have no proof. IF it's Skip, and she remembers, only she would know what I'm saying is true. Since then, I've watched, on and off, your Vote Number, while on site at the same time as you. After you compliment someone on a nice upload, I do not see your vote number go up. I can't prove it to anyone, and I don't care. It has been entertaining to watch you connive, manipulate votes and opinions. You are incredibly obssessed with your ranking. That is absolutely bizarre to me.
2010-04-30 04:49:54
Easter Cactus, (Rhipsalis gaertneri or Hatiora gaertner, formerly Rhipsalidopsis gaertneri) has nothing to do with this cactus (or your Easter Lilies). Check it out!. Easter Lily Cactus is an Echinopsis, sure, but when I made my comment you had not said that yet. - You sure "responded", with an insult! and now you added a few more. As I said, I deal in facts and you deal in insults. - I don't selfvote and I don't downvote nice photos. - Did what to Skip's photo? Which photo? When? My first comment was matter-of-fact and totally proper and did not "initate" anything, and I would have written the same no matter who had given wrong info. But what did you do? Came up with an insult, and now you've added a whole string of them.. way to go, girl.
2010-04-30 02:58:01
My comment to you 'Stuff it Queen of Self-Voting' was because you tried to mis-lead in saying it was "not even Easter cacti". You deal in facts? That's a good one. You initiate - I respond. The comment place does exactly what you do. You do what you want by self-voting and down-voting others who post nice photos. Remember what you did to Skip's nice photo?
2010-04-29 18:32:38
My comment "You deal in insults, I deal in facts" was in response to connie's insult "Stuff it Queen of Self-Voting". - The comment placement does what it wants as opposed to what it's supposed to...
2010-04-29 17:01:11
You deal in insults, I deal in facts.
2010-04-29 10:53:34
PictureGirl - I also forgot to add that you can search under 'Easter Lily Cactus' and you will see two photos that I uploaded One is very similar to your photo.
2010-04-29 09:35:28
PictureGirl - I forgot to add I obtained the information for paragraph 1 goggling "Echinopsis Wikipedia". Even if it is a hybrid, I suspect it's not, it's still clearly a cactus with its blooming flower. Looking at a bunch of photos on the Web, they look the same as this one. You can crossbreed, for example, a horse and zebra, and it would be a different species. I image crossbreeding two flowers, could/would create a different type.
2010-04-29 09:13:40
Thankyou ladies for the info. It says 'hybrid', so that could be why there is confusion with the type of plant. I've also looked up the name of the photo on Google and the flowers and other parts of the plant are exactly the same in those images too.
2010-04-29 08:18:42
Stuff it Queen of Self-Voting
2010-04-29 08:17:59
PictureGirl - Sorry, I omitted the word Cactus after Easter Lily. Echinopsis is a large genus of cacti native to South America, sometimes known as hedgehog cacti, sea-urchin cactus or Easter lily cactus Since your photo says itís an echinopsis hybrid, then one would assume it was cross-bred with another plant. On Google Images, you can see that they come in different colours.
2010-04-29 04:36:59
These are not Easter Lilies, and not even Easter Cacti.
2010-04-29 03:58:40
They are known as Easter Lily. I posted a similar one, but this one is a real beauty.