But I’m still waiting on you to defend, or at least acknowledge, marking yourself as the source of content you didn’t create or ask for permission to take. WAITING….
You mean the default source when someone makes a new post on Tumblr, you crybaby?
Stupidity crossed out
1) There is no such thing as a “default source”. Your argument just failed on this alone. As if that wasn’t enough, you continue with more stupidity.
2) Wanting credit where it’s due isn’t asking much. After all, I was doing all the leg work. Why should I not get credit? You think running that website was free? It cost me $75 a year for just the website and hosting alone, not to mention all the work that had to go into it. But apparently in your deluded little mind, caring about police misconduct means I should feel good about being ripped off. To be honest, that’s the worst defense for copyright infringement I’ve ever heard.
3) If wanting credit is a bad thing, then I suppose all these activist organizations who copyright their work, a lot of it was taken with Fair Use, are just being “crybabies”. </sarcasm> Furthermore, I should therefore be able to mirror and steal whatever you post and you shouldn’t have a problem with it, right? *no answer still*
4) Your reading comprehension skills are in desperate need of improvement. It is clear to me why your little blog is virtually unknown and mostly ignored and regarded as insignificant, as it always will be.
LOL, repost anything you want from my reblogs, I don’t care. I’m not operating under the delusion that my reblogging something and making a few sentences of comment (if that) constitutes a copyright of reposting the thing I commented on.
Hmmm, “your little blog is virtually unknown and mostly ignored and regarded as insignificant…” eh?
But unlike Beatyourselfup, my little blog still exists. Because I don’t throw a fit and delete it when people don’t reblog me. Because the point of my blog isn’t to make me feel important, which apparently you needed your blog for.
Here, I’ll repeat:
Your extended whining here only reinforces what everyone needs to know: you don’t care about police issues, you care about getting credit for things. If you actually gave a shit about police misconduct, you wouldn’t be throwing a fit over who gets credit for re-posting a video from YouTube.
We need people that care about fighting police misconduct, not crybabies on Tumblr and YouTube who delete their accounts when they think they’re not getting credit for their “work.”
You reblogged other people’s posts and reposted other people’s videos. You didn’t have anything original to bitch about other people stealing even - you had commentary on fair use usage of other people’s original reporting.
As usual, the people who bitch most about copyright understand it the least.
You’re still just a crybaby who quit when he didn’t get his way, and every post you make after trying to pretend you’re not just creates more record of that. At least all your alleged former fans will be able to find out why you threw a fit and quit. :D