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Apr 04, 2014 14:38 |  #16
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They stop replying since its useless. You didnt shut them up...that is just another unrealistic conclusion completely created in your head to continue supporting your inflated ego. I deal with persons like you all the time. You have a serious problem.

You are acting like God given gift to photography so what we earthlings have to say to you?? Its almost narcistic. You want to behave like that? Could care less, but its annoying and its not a good way to start in this or any forum. Is it a cry for attention?? Also could be but either way I will just ignore you and of course this will be the last thing I say, have TONS of better things to do.

But i say this....attracting all that negative attention will catch up with you, sooner or later.


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Apr 04, 2014 14:57 |  #17
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Brain Mechanic wrote in post #16810009 (external link)
They stop replying since its useless. You didnt shut them up...that is just another unrealistic conclusion completely created in your head to continue supporting your inflated ego. I deal with persons like you all the time. You have a serious problem.

You are acting like God given gift to photography so what we earthlings have to say to you?? Its almost narcistic. You want to behave like that? Could care less, but its annoying and its not a good way to start in this or any forum. Is it a cry for attention?? Also could be but either way I will just ignore you and of course this will be the last thing I say, have TONS of better things to do.

But i say this....attracting all that negative attention will catch up with you, sooner or later.

Making psychological evaluations about a person, based on 2 days worth of forum postings, over the internet.

If you were a psych professional you would know you can't do that accurately, and if you were a layman, you aren't trained enough to reach those conclusions holistically in the first place.


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Apr 04, 2014 14:58 |  #18

Brain Mechanic wrote in post #16810009 (external link)
They stop replying since its useless. You didnt shut them up...that is just another unrealistic conclusion completely created in your head to continue supporting your inflated ego. I deal with persons like you all the time. You have a serious problem.

You are acting like God given gift to photography so what we earthlings have to say to you?? Its almost narcistic. You want to behave like that? Could care less, but its annoying and its not a good way to start in this or any forum. Is it a cry for attention?? Also could be but either way I will just ignore you and of course this will be the last thing I say, have TONS of better things to do.

But i say this....attracting all that negative attention will catch up with you, sooner or later.

Too true.
I expect a lot of people like me don't bother complaining because we can see it for what it is and just ignore it (is there a minimum amount of posts before you can sell things here?)


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Apr 04, 2014 15:10 |  #19

I guess what we could all do is go back 10 years and answer a load of posts with no responses, I guess we'd soon find out if it's approved policy or not! :D


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Adharr wrote in post #16810065 (external link)
Making psychological evaluations about a person, based on 2 days worth of forum postings, over the internet.

If you were a psych professional you would know you can't do that accurately, and if you were a layman, you aren't trained enough to reach those conclusions holistically in the first place.


You would be in for a little surprise. I didnt make an evaluation....its just a theory based on your actions, call it an educated guess. Your attitude is arrogant, pretentious and self indulgent. Almost a Messiah complex. Google it.


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nellyle wrote in post #16810068 (external link)
Too true.
I expect a lot of people like me don't bother complaining because we can see it for what it is and just ignore it (is there a minimum amount of posts before you can sell things here?)

My thoughts exactly....but who knows! POTN is a wonderful place to satiate your photography thirst. Talking about this guy is a WASTE of time.


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Apr 04, 2014 15:56 |  #22

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Making psychological evaluations about a person, based on 2 days worth of forum postings, over the internet.

If it quacks like a duck.......


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Apr 04, 2014 15:59 |  #23
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Or if the shoe fits....


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Apr 04, 2014 16:04 |  #24

Brain Mechanic wrote in post #16810195 (external link)
Or if the shoe fits....

you must acquit.


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Apr 04, 2014 17:44 |  #25

Adharr wrote in post #16810354 (external link)
Yeah I'll call it a guess.

You are clearly a troll trying to wind everyone up..
Problem is you are succeeding ...

Edit.. And then deleting posts....


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Apr 04, 2014 17:51 |  #26

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I'm still doing it, just in different sections of the forum now. You'll notice these people all shut up after my last comment here:

https://photography-on-the.net …read.php?t=1349​812&page=3

There's the delusion again. "These people all shut up" because you went away and stopped bumping old, dried up threads. That you have now accumulated a 2-47 record has not changed anyone's opinion on your antics.


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Apr 04, 2014 18:37 |  #27

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If it quacks like a duck.......

It could be a platypus.


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Apr 04, 2014 21:15 |  #28
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Do I need to get more popcorn people? I thought the show was over with bokeh. And then we had the encore of a 600mm tripod mount foot.


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Apr 04, 2014 22:14 |  #29

I'd ask for popcorn myself, but I don't know that I'd be able to indulge from all the laughing. But between your mouthfulls of popcorn, maybe you could tell us why in the hell such a fab photog would prominently display a misfocused portrait on both their personal site and MM portfolio.


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WhyFi wrote in post #16810883 (external link)
I'd ask for popcorn myself, but I don't know that I'd be able to indulge from all the laughing. But between your mouthfulls of popcorn, maybe you could tell us why in the hell such a fab photog would prominently display a misfocused portrait on both their personal site and MM portfolio.

I think you know the answer to that:D

Here is a little quote:

I think we live in an age of increasing mediocrity.

Dick Cavett

;):):lol:


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