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    Quote Originally Posted by jOhO View Post
    it's amazing how you can use anonymity to make the story so one-sided.

    do you know how saintly you make yourself out to be in this thread?

    it's disgusting.

    that's why i say, if u want no names, i can't/won't comment, cos all u gotta do to refute is to say "no wat, i wasn't talking about william".

    so if u want "justice" and real HONEST and DIRECT opinions, u best state in more detail what you're talking about.
    Well summarised not only in this thread, but very much in life
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    Quote Originally Posted by vee View Post
    Well nobody says you cannot be honest and frank. thats a good virtue anyway but however what happened to tactfulness and sensitivity? and your truth is based on what??? your own perception? your up bringing? your environment? your influences? what is your so called truth??????

    So can a person be frank and yet sensitive/??? Of course it can be done........then a person should do frank and yet sensitive and not rude or provocative.

    WHat is the difference between comments and criticisms????? what happened to constructive comments?????? is there any purpose or benefits of putting somebody down??????? you can help someone improve by giving consturctive comments......that is some efforts that needed to be done.........just by giving outright criticisms is effortless need to say insensitive

    assuming i'm being frank WITHOUT being rude/provocative and yet sensitive.
    does it mean i'm still wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    see?this is a classic example of how one who's afraid of offending people runs off with tail between legs.
    *angel mode on*

    Yes, you are right! Thanks for your comments

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    see?this is a classic example of how one who's afraid of offending people runs off with tail between legs.
    and this is a classic example of using the excuse of "direct and honest" character to insult someone.

    the disgust gets bigger. i have to go out soon, b4 that i'll see how this thread keeps going. i have alot of energy today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Yeo View Post
    Er, he is only speaking his mind out. You cannot accept it?
    i'm also speaking mine.you dont like it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    assuming i'm being frank WITHOUT being rude/provocative and yet sensitive.
    does it mean i'm still wrong?
    From your point of view, it maybe not rude / provocative but from his view point, he may interpret something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Yeo View Post
    I think you are right. If you are the person's good friend, you will know him....so agar agar know if he can take what degree of commmments
    ya normally i will be more flexible when giving comments also. not bluntly straight on. unless the poster asked for it specifically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Yeo View Post
    From your point of view, it maybe not rude / provocative but from his view point, he may interpret something else.
    right on, poll-master.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    so those who cant take advice/comments/critiques, do you STILL continue to post once they come up with a new series of pics?

    tell me.
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    Very clearly some poeple can only give "comments" but cannot accept "comments" thrown at them.

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    Default Re: i lost a 'friend' today.

    eh,

    dont think this is getting anywhere, why not u guys meet up. have a coffee.

    admin/mods/whoever , bring back the 'SEED' heh

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    so those who cant take advice/comments/critiques, do you STILL continue to post once they come up with a new series of pics?

    tell me.
    not really, will tone down alot if not to the point of will not comment at all. But still will comment on others ppl's work if they want opinions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Errz View Post
    eh,

    dont think this is getting anywhere, why not u guys meet up. have a coffee.

    admin/mods/whoever , bring back the 'SEED' heh
    no need trouble admins/mods.

    i will lock it myself.
    i'm already sad i lost a friend, an inspiration..

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