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The Wales that Time Forgot

Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by skyandstone, Aug 6, 2007.

  1. Benchista

    Benchista Which Tyler

    Sorry, but that's not true; you raised it with this line:

    "There does seem to be double standards at work here" (sic).

    And I repeat the point I made in my last post.
     
  2. liamjames91

    liamjames91 Well-Known Member

    im glad im not a mod...
     
  3. TheFatControlleR

    TheFatControlleR :Devil's Advocaat: Forum Admin

    Me too. ;)
     
  4. Barney

    Barney Well-Known Member

    Yeah, the rocker's had much better bikes!!
     
  5. fabs

    fabs Well-Known Member

    :D :D :D
     
  6. JDCB

    JDCB Well-Known Member

    I do believe that the Mods and Admin people should be allowed a "relaxation" of the no commercial links rule as a small acknowledgement of their hard work and effort (unpaid, I assume, at least for the Mods). Nevertheless, the relaxation should be explicitly given in the Forum rules section, otherwise these sorts of little arguments will rage.

    Oh, I don't understand the issue of an amateur not wanting to link to a commercial site either.

    James
     
  7. dyncoed

    dyncoed Well-Known Member

    I don't either. IMHO he's hardly an amateur if he's selling his prints online, selling something immediately turns you professional in my book, and I am sure a few others would agree with that, and i'm pretty sure the tax man would too!!! ;) ;)

    Maybe he's after some free publicity, and kicking up a bit of fuss here might get us to look at his site in the process.

    Mark
     

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