January 17, 2010

Richard Armitage as John Thornton





Valentine's Day is swiftly approaching...
   
   
             

10 comments:

RiCrAr said...

Sounds icky ladies...I'd advise you take a shower asap.

jess, keep in mind that your respect for yourself is even more important than from anyone else.

Give it up - you've both fought your good fight for an inane cause under numerous pseudonyms. Time to admit to yourselves that you're wrong and immature to continue this nonsense.

Hopefully, for your own sake, you've more valuable ways to spend your time than rudely hounding someone's blog. If not, may I suggest there are many charitable organizations who could employ your time & energy for a worthwhile cause.

Anonymous said...

Ricrar I love your blog

RiCrAr said...

Thanks to those women who've had the courage to defend an individual's human rights against others with tyrannical instincts.

Those who've annoyingly insisted on visiting here for days despite the fact they'd nothing constructive to contribute can now depart and leave common sense RA fans alone.

Has this incident highlighted a glaring injustice in the RA universe? It definitely should have.

The post the screechers focused on has been deleted in the name of common sense.

P.S. For those yet again attempting to impose their ridiculous & unrealistic rules on others - whenever anyone links to a video at youtube.com, the name of the creator is more than apparent. No one need reiterate that fact - once the viewer clicks the link, they see the name of the creator.

This exercise has grown tiresome & annoying for all. At least it should have done so for those with more compelling interests in life.

Anonymous said...

She is using Corel Paint Shop, Dummies! HA!

Anonymous said...

These elements are in Corel, Dummies! HA!

Anonymous said...

Back Of Your Photoshop suggestions, Dummies! HA!

Anonymous said...

Photoshop Dummies! HA!

Anonymous said...

There are no more recent Dummies books for PSP. I guess that's because the "Dummies" people have decided that PSP is dead and no one cares anymore. They might have a point. When a major publisher discontinues writing how-to books for a piece of software, that's not a good sign.

Anonymous said...

PSP STRIKE BACK!!!!

Anonymous said...

I don't understand why you want to drag this out. If you want this discussion to end, stop now. And stop blaming the victim.