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2010-06-06 09:37:16
I really like this so.
2009-08-11 04:05:40
O jeba te Irud evo se ko u medjugorju i Gospa pojavila. Oprosti nam majcice malo smo grisni al sta se tu vec moze. jebes ga.
2008-07-29 06:14:43
Sounds good, Poppy. I like a good soap boxer! Cheers! :D
2008-07-29 06:03:29
Didgeridood: You did not hit a nerve! I don't have any ;-) ...I merely expanded on my original comment. Don't worry, my feathers don't ruffle easily. And no, I was not talking about YOU taking a new name, I was saying that to HolyMother, whose target I was with his/her first comment. I've had many of these first-comment types after me with insults, I'm used to it! You sound like a fair and good person, I have nothing against you. I just got on my soapbox about the author names in general and it was not directed at anyone in particular. ;-)
2008-07-29 03:30:43
Wow, poppy, sounds like I hit a nerve with my comment! You are right, there are a lot of people who don't give full descriptions and photo credits. I was just pointing out a few reasons why they might not. Didn't mean to ruffle your feathers! And if you are talking about me taking a new name, no, I have only ever used "didgeridood" here. I'm not going to hide behind a second identity! :D
2008-07-29 03:03:15
Another one-comment wonder! You took a new name just for me? I am so flattered.
2008-07-29 02:00:36
One or a few pictures without author names I can understand, but I am talking about some posters who almost never state the name of the photographer and it is NOT feasible that the names were not available in such high percentages. I move around enough sites to recognize huge numbers of photos that I have seen here; those sites had the names but the posters did not care to reveal them. Similarly, I have deleted countless photos from my files (which all have the author names) because some other posters have posted those pictures - but without the author names. If the sites do not have the actual true names of the authors, they have nicks. The main reason for using either names or nicks is that should the author see his/her picture here, it is properly credited. I pass on any picture if I cannot find the name (have done so since the 'violet episode'). Sometimes it HURTS when I stumble upon a superb picture but cannot use it for the lack of name. ;-) I am not trying to sound 'holy' about this, all I am saying is that MOST PHOTO SITES STATE THE AUTHOR NAMES. The photos personally taken by the poster are so few and far between as to be so small in number that they cannot even be computed among overall number of the pictures on Pixdaus. I could now go on about certain patterns that support my theory of exclusion of author names in order to protect the sources, but this is turning into a novel already... It matters not, anyhow, because nothing can be changed around here.
2008-07-29 01:22:37
Right-o! Gotinha, your pics truly are good ones, thanks! :D
2008-07-29 00:41:19
didgeridood, sometimes it happens that I, indeed, do not know the name of the photographer. When that happens I post it anyway and add a title of my own.
2008-07-29 00:15:02
An addendum to your theory, poppy, is the poster may not know who took the picture, or they personally took the picture and don't bother to state that. Just a thought. :D
2008-07-28 21:25:05
Wonderful picture, GOTINHA! You are among the very few posters who write proper captions and tags, and give the name of the photographer also. Behind every picture we post, there's a person whose artwork it is, and the least we can do is is mention his/her name. I wish it were a priority for every poster... my theory is that the posters who don't mention the names are merely protecting their sources from being 'raided' by other posters.