Old 04-12-2011, 03:46 PM   #1
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Talking I like this.

Mr. Stewart has finally, and succinctly been kicked to the curb.

I guess that means I won't be submitting any more of those images again.

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Old 04-12-2011, 03:55 PM   #2
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Old 04-12-2011, 04:00 PM   #3
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It is like a message from God.

Perhaps it is the God that hangs out at the L&N church.
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How many of those have you submitted? I would have banned you after the third one.
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How many of those have you submitted? I would have banned you after the third one.
You have more patience than I do!
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How many of those have you submitted? I would have banned you after the third one.
I don't remember, but apparently I have submitted "enough."
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Just think how much time they would save themselves if they took a few seconds to write something there when it was needed. How difficult could it possibly be to write "Too sharp", "Not sharp enough", "Too much contrast", "Crop a little from the top and right", "Don't bother, this photo stinks and has no chance".
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Just think how much time they would save themselves if they took a few seconds to write something there when it was needed. How difficult could it possibly be to write "Too sharp", "Not sharp enough", "Too much contrast", "Crop a little from the top and right", "Don't bother, this photo stinks and has no chance".
See, more evidence of the need for a "this blows and doesn't have a chance in heck" button.
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Just think how much time they would save themselves if they took a few seconds to write something there when it was needed. How difficult could it possibly be to write "Too sharp", "Not sharp enough", "Too much contrast", "Crop a little from the top and right", "Don't bother, this photo stinks and has no chance".
I guess they think the rejections pretty much cover whether or not the image is too sharp or not sharp enough. It's pretty obvious by just looking at the image whether it is too soft or over sharpened. I think it'd be over kill to type out a comment and the rejection reason.

Although, I would like to see them comment more often on rejections like the PEQ.

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Although, I would like to see them comment more often on rejections like the PEQ.
Those may not have been the best examples, however, I think everyone gets the idea. It would be nice to get a comment from a screener every so often.

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See, more evidence of the need for a "this blows and doesn't have a chance in heck" button.
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Those may not have been the best examples, however, I think everyone gets the idea. It would be nice to get a comment from a screener every so often.
I agree. Some clarification would be nice every now and then.

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Just think how much time they would save themselves if they took a few seconds to write something there when it was needed. How difficult could it possibly be to write "Too sharp", "Not sharp enough", "Too much contrast", "Crop a little from the top and right", "Don't bother, this photo stinks and has no chance".
It would save a lot of time in the long run I would think.
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Of course it should be rejected with a 'fiend' like Qui-Gon on the loose even in Fullerton.
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For the love of God and trains, no one should need further clarification on action figures on RP!!!
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Of course it should be rejected with a 'fiend' like Qui-Gon on the loose even in Fullerton.
Qui-Gon was a good guy, or have you given yourself to the dark side?
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Read HG's caption.
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Ya, Qui-Gon is a good guy - at least my 6 year old and the Internet say so.

"Qui-Gon Jinn was a revered, yet maverick and unconventional Jedi Master. He was Padawan to Count Dooku, and mentor to Obi-Wan Kenobi and briefly Anakin Skywalker. Jinn often placed himself in conflict with the Jedi High Council."

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Wasn't funny the first time... nor those that followed. Too many wasting the screeners time with piss poor paper shots.
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Remarks: Railfaning is Best Done with Friends – After taking a break from a weekend in the Cajon Pass, Kawasaki team rider and moto cross champion James Stewart was itching to take advantage of the warm spring like weather in Southern California by hitting the Fullerton Train Station for a relaxing afternoon of railfaning. Further, since railfaning is best done with friends, Mr. Stewart sought the accompaniment of an old and trusted fiend, Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn. Here James explains the the layout of the station and the tracks to Qui-Gon while a westbound stack train blasts through the station in route to Los Angeles.
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It was kinda funny the first time you did it. Every time after that, (which was a lot) was just annoying. I'm happy the admins finally told you to stop.
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Old 04-13-2011, 04:05 AM   #21
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Talking Ah, yes.

You are as good as Jim Thias.

I had found that when I uploaded it and tried to correct it, but apparently the correction didn't stick.

Now I get the joke......

Now for another joke, check out this:

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Old 04-13-2011, 04:08 AM   #22
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It was kinda funny the first time you did it. Every time after that, (which was a lot) was just annoying. I'm happy the admins finally told you to stop.
Yes, me too.

Now I will have more free time to pursue "other" more relevant pastimes.

I think my life has been enhanced the decision that came down today.
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It was funny the first time!

However, I'd say you are lucky your upload limit was not changed to "0" after your last attempt. Just how many times have you tried uploading that same shot /theme?

As for leaving detailed comments - sure, but would you be willing to do so for some 100 +/- rejected images per day? As I recall the reject list - seems it would be beneficial to lose some statements which are never used and add a few that often come to play (Unlevel CCW, Unlevel CW, Tresspassing, No chance in Hell, We just don't like it, and Try again later, I'm just in a bad mood).

Still, a few comments thrown in here and there, I think, would go along way. Heck,
if a stewardess can say "buh by" to each and every single passenger as a on a plane as
a way of showing gratitude for patronage, I would think a comment or two would not
be out of line in any given week, or month!

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Just how many times have you tried uploading that same shot /theme?
Always different shots.

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As for leaving detailed comments - sure, but would you be willing to do so for some 100 +/- rejected images per day?
The PEQ would make more sense if it didn't include other things like we think you are trespassing, or we don't take shots with people's butt crack showing.
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