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My take on the end of the domestic season. You may want to have a look.
I just did a piece on the Arsenal - United game, you might be interested...
Whatever makes you feel good about yourself and gets you through the day.
I don't want to hear from you again. Please just watch what you write in people's articles.
Once again, I'm not apologizing for anything so you're out of luck.
Look, this is out of hand. We should not be talking about me. Since I'm not doing anything wrong.
All I ask, is to please write respectful comments.
I'm a journalism student, so don't tell me what plagiarism is. And if you actually wrote an article you would know that Bleacher Report has an agreement with Getty Images to use their photos.
The Joe Nemechek one was taken by another writer on the site, who told me that I could use it in my article.
What are you talking about?
See, this is an instance when you don't make sense. There is a source because I'm crediting where I got my quotes from. A lot of writers do that, and more importantly they should as to not plagiarize.
And I'll never apologize to you. What you do is wrong.
We're not talking about me. The difference between what I'm saying and what you are doing is different. I get into heated debates with people, which is fine. No one is getting hurt and no one is saying anything wrong.
It's great to have passion and that's what makes the website great.
You are going about it in the wrong way.
All I'm asking is for you to be nicer in your post. There is no need to insult the authors.
It is not your job to go about telling them how to get reads. That is what the community leaders and the editors do on this site.
No one wants to write about Jeff Gordon, sorry for you. The writers can write about what they want and title them what they want.
You need to look up what constructive criticism is. Because what you do is not that. You can't call someone's article rubbish or say it sucks and expect that to be constructive criticism.
Please just be respectful in your comments and let the community leaders and editors do there job. Your only job is to write, which you don't do, and to comment.
If you're going to comment, say something nice about the article and it's subject matter.
You may be giving the articles 5 stars, but some of your comments are crossing the lines.
The writers can write about whatever and whoever they like. You have no say in what they do. If you think a driver should get attention, by the way Jeff Gordon gets a lot of attention. Then you can write your own.