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Monday, November 30, 2009

Message to Spammers and Haters

Please do not mess around in the Cbox!

I do not know why some people would waste their time to constantly talk about topics they do not like. Also, by insulting other artistes, I do not see it helping the artiste(s) you are supporting!

All of the artistes who have a tag in this blog are artistes whom I like and admire. If there happens to be an artiste without a tag, it does not necessarily mean that I do not like that particular artiste, and it certainly does not mean that it is all right to insult them.

I know that I cannot change your opinion about certain artistes, but please take your business elsewhere.

Please maintain a friendly atmosphere by respecting yourself and respecting others. Thank you for your cooperation!

2 comments:

  1. To prevent any wrong ideas, I'm going to have to point out a mistake you made like a grammer snob :P :

    'If there happens to be an artiste without a tag, it does not necessarily mean I do not like that particular artiste, and it certainly does mean it is alright to insult them.' Oops! You should probably put does NOT mean it is alright. :)

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  2. Thanks for the correction, Iris. I should have read it before posting. BTW, "grammar" is spelt "ar" not "er". :)

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