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2010-04-27 09:46:10
As for Ademir - he posts a lot of 'porny' photos. So, perhaps some folks are downvoting all his uploads as a form of protest. Who knows.
2010-04-27 09:44:57
MattGloss - Speeking for myself I did not recognize this photo as a repost. Even if I had, I would not know what words to use to search for proof that it was a repost. I did recognize a photo REMAK posted recently, even who the photographer was because I posted a lot of his photos. I advised REMAK that it was a re-post. He had not provided a caption, but showed the photographer's name under the tag (which is useless because a photographer's name under the tag does not show up with a search). Here is my comment to REMAK on 22 April: "Hi Remak - This photo of Philippe Sainte-Laudy is called 'Road to no Regret', and it was posted by high entropy. You may want to do a search on the photographer's name before posting any more, because a lot of his photos have already been posted on Pixdaus; he's popular. Some of his photos tend to have too much colour - saturation (I posted a couple of those ;-) but this one is very natural." -11 vote(s) | rate comment: | written by: connie at 2010-04-22 08:26:14 | show this comment | reply to this I got minus 11 votes for this comment. For myself, I'm always fair in telling folks of a repost - no matter who it is. Recently, I told PictureGirl that she had a re-post. That might have been her 2nd re-post, if that. It was hard to do, because she is a lovely human being, and would never deliberately repost. But, because I tell others - to be fair, I had to tell her.
2010-04-27 05:45:08
Yes, but this too has been posted several times before. Why are the people who are all over Ademir for his re-posting not lining up to harp and bitch at REMAK ? Here at Pixdaus we should try to be fair and democratic and support equal-opportunity when it comes to harping and bitching, should we not ?
2010-04-27 04:39:19
Beautiful in its simplicity.