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mattm77
post Oct 12 2006, 08:43 PM
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I doubt there was any need to lock it and can't believe the level of response. Down with free speech it would appear.

Goes to show the attitude of some people.

Apologies to those who took my suggestion in the wrong manor.
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post Oct 12 2006, 09:04 PM
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On the contrary, the decision to close the thread has done you a favor, as surely baiting members in the manner you so clearly were would ultimately result in warnings being dolled out, which does nobody any favours.

This site promotes free discussion, just be a little more sensitive in the phrasing of your points in the future.

At the end of the day, none of the designers on here are paid for their work, so if adding a mark in recognition of their efforts is a problem for you, then don't download them.

As was highlighted in your previous thread, the reason this trend has started, is due to those who leech covers from this site to upload for credit or plaudits elsewhere, something that has long been a dislike of mine, and why I have resorted to "tagging" my covers. I hope that you can understand that reasoning.
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post Oct 12 2006, 09:19 PM
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All of which is fair enough.

Though it wasn't me using bad language (or attitude to begin with) towards other members. It was up for discussion and I think my intentions were taken incorrectly by all.

It wasn't meant to cause an issue / problem and some of the reasons pointed out are perfectly fine. I only wanted to ask other users what they thought and whether it was necessary.

As for my contribution towards the site and subject matter (custom DVD covers) I think it's uncalled for to question someone when it's only pressumed. Not everyone wants to be a DJ for example.
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post Oct 13 2006, 07:01 AM
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Free speach is always encouraged. Flaming is not. Skally done the right thing to close the thread, before it got out of control. The fact that you have started another post, as the last one was closed, suggests to me you are looking for an arguement. If you have an issue with something on the site, then I would suggest messaging me first.
I am closing this thread now, and I suggest if you would like an answer to your question matt, then post a new thread, and keep it civilised. If you do not like the fact people have different opinions to your own, then please refrain from posting.


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