every achievement in cinema history has led up to this moment
#that time that michael jordan retired from basketball to play baseball #and then was bad at baseball so went back to basketball #and in order to celebrate his return to basketball #we made a movie in which he teams up with 50 year old cartoon characters #to defeat the space aliens who magically stole the mojo of other famous basketball players #and planned to kidnap these 50 year old cartoon characters #so the cartoon characters who literally never played basketball in any of their cartoons #were like clearly the only way to settle this is with a game of basketball #and just when all hope seems lost #bill murray who has literally only been in one other scene in the movie #shows up completely without explanation #and no one questions it #and doesn’t even do anything to help the team like he literally just shows up to pass the ball to michael #and then michael jordan slam dunks the ball from half court to win the game #and someone in hollywood read that script #and was like yes perfect no changes need to be made let’s get this project going #i don’t believe in god #but i do believe in space jam
You cant take the 2 seconds to properly credit a photographer with a link to their work, but you can take the time to manipulate (in this case cropping the image) without consent of the author and then distribute that work passing it off as your own with a link to your own blog rather than the photographer (copyright infringement)?
People like this annoy the hell out of me. You take the 3 minutes to make your font tiny with the stupid gray background, but you cant take the 2 seconds it takes to create a link attributing your sources to the photographer who likely dedicated hours of their time to produce this single photograph that you shamelessly butchered with your editing. Nice.
This blog has never sourced EVER. I don’t understand why this blog was featured in the animal tag but it’s really annoying.
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