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    Default Talent vs .. Eccentricity vs .. Immorality

    Remember the wedding photographer who got himself jailed after caught molesting his client-bride on her big day?

    How would you value / rate a MAN who is
    1) incredibly highly talented (say a photographer)? BUT
    2) extremely obssessive to hard-core pornography? AND
    3) moral-less (in cheating woman, not her money but feelings and body)?

    Supposingly, you are looking for a
    a) new friend
    b) co-worker
    c) business-partner
    d) one-time-off photographer (for wedding or event)

    ......would you consider the MAN who possesses the above MIX-traits?
    ......Does his gifted talent (2nd-to-few) top your priority?
    ......Or his hidden personality (eccentricity / psychiatric disorder) disturbs you?
    ......Or his integrity (immorality) decides all for you?


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    Default Re: Talent vs .. Eccentricity vs .. Immorality

    In ANY situation, moral integrity is number one. I am open to people being human but outright lack of integrity is completely unacceptable, no matter how talented, creatively, humorous, or what not.

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    Default Re: Talent vs .. Eccentricity vs .. Immorality

    He can be a man with many talents, second to none, next to God himself.
    No integrity = I wun even look at such a bugger in the eye.

    If anything, I'd prefer a man with lesser talents, but possessing a drive to learn, attitude to boot, integrity, moral, loyalty, honour, humility over anything else. Comes the day any of these values are gone or diminished with success, den he'll be out of my life in a poof. Nuff said.
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    Default Re: Talent vs .. Eccentricity vs .. Immorality

    Quote Originally Posted by jsbn
    He can be a man with many talents, second to none, next to God himself.
    No integrity = I wun even look at such a bugger in the eye.

    If anything, I'd prefer a man with lesser talents, but possessing a drive to learn, attitude to boot, integrity, moral, loyalty, honour, humility over anything else. Comes the day any of these values are gone or diminished with success, den he'll be out of my life in a poof. Nuff said.
    Thks hwchoy and jsbn for input of your views, it is important to differentiate between human's views and the exception...................
    I was having a debate with this "part-time professional photographer" who wrote :"I've known xxxx as a wedding photographer and i judge him by his wedding photography performance. To me his past or his family affair is none of my concern." (note: we are debating not the past but CURRENT / PRESENT ACTUAL REAL behaviour of this photograhper).

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