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Seems to me nothing could be more childish...or perhaps adolescent...than arguing over whether an image is "perfect", especially when one person has decided what the term, perfect, means. Grow up? Sure...at the very moment you do. on 06/13/2002 04:53 PM, Kennedy McEwen at email@example.com wrote: > In article <B92E17BE.2E84firstname.lastname@example.org>, byard pidgeon > <email@example.com> writes >> You just don't get it, do you? Liking what you or the client see is >> irrelevant...the picture must conform to the established or at least, >> currently accepted dogma (oh, I mean, facts) of optical science. >> Whether one "likes" it means nothing, unless one has the proper >> accreditation from higher authorities...than one may be permitted to say "I >> like it", or "this one looks better than that one". >> > Sounds like YOU don't get it, do you - should spend less time being > obsessed with dogma and a little more time reading the facts!! > > Nobody has suggested the image was not acceptable to the end user, > indeed I have said at least TWO messages that I am confident that the > image looked IMPRESSIVE. The issue in question is whether the image is > PERFECT at close inspection, as claimed. > > Now, if you can't add anything to the facts, I suggest you take your > rather childish jibes off the list and grow up! - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.