• Passions Just Like Mine RIP

    1995-2012.

    http://www.passionsjustlikemine.com/



    Update 9:45AM PT:

    Statement from Stephane posted.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Passions Just Like Mine RIP started by CrystalGeezer View original post
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    1. nothappynotsad's Avatar
      nothappynotsad -
      Quote Originally Posted by Flax View Post
      So you have a problem with an unrelated subject, in which you can't specifically point out what's wrong with it in the first place.
      Either you lack basic comprehension skills or you think misdirection is a useful tactic. Either way, FAIL.

      Red herring on top of another red herring.


      The original thread started with the intent of letting those who offered help know that if they want to help, they can.

      You can't.
      There is a big, big difference between "can't" and "don't want to". Learn it.

      It's ok if you're totally useless
      Yeah, sorry, I forgot that scanning album covers and hosting them online is such a useful act that has such a profound effect on the way people live their life. My bad. Keep on keepin' on.

      and can't follow simple logic, but the least you could do is spare us from incoherent babble.
      Well, that's the pot calling the kettle black, isn't it? Let me break it down for you since you're such an idiot you STILL don't get it.

      You claimed something I said, which was never presented as being a fact anyway, was false. Your "proof" that what I said was false is the fact that you said it was false. Maybe in your little world where you pretend you're Jesus and "hang out with Andy Rourke" all day, that goes. That doesn't work here. If you are going to claim you have proven something to be false, you know, you actually have to PROVE it rather than just saying it is so.

      Talk about incoherent babble. Sheesh. I've heard more profound statements from a cricket. I guess that is what happens though when you constantly talk out of your, well, you get the general idea.

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    1. Skylarker's Avatar
      Skylarker -
      Could the 4H Club have anything to do with all this?

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    1. nothappynotsad's Avatar
      nothappynotsad -
      Quote Originally Posted by Skylarker View Post
      Could the 4H Club have anything to do with all this?
      Sounds like a case for the Bookhouse Boys.

      *rubs eyebrow seductively*

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    1. Anonymous's Avatar
      Anonymous -
      Quote Originally Posted by Stephane View Post
      But you do understand the concept of encyclopedias right? They're filled with information you will never use, but they are useful to people now and then. PJLM is an information archive. A virtual encyclopedia on Morrissey.

      Why the hate? I don't care about the 'frink' threads on this site but you won't see me hanging around those threads telling people they're wasting their time.

      Really, nothappynotsad, why the hate?

      Stephane
      I need all the info you provide on your amazing site Stephane. I'm sure i don't need to say it but, ignore the jealous haters, as they are in a complete minority. They tend to think they know all about morrissey and get insanely envious of people like yourself who are invaluable to the moz community. Great work Stephane, can't wait to see the site up and running again!

      The Wolvo Kid

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    1. myboyracer's Avatar
      myboyracer -
      I will miss this site. It caters so much wealth of information including Fanzines, Books, Merchandise,Tours, etc. Gonna miss you, "passionjustlikemine".

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    1. bagface's Avatar
      bagface -
      really miss that great tour history

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    1. Robert Neville's Avatar
      Robert Neville -
      is there any plans to host the information elsewhere? it really was an invaluable source!

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    1. MozRecording's Avatar
      MozRecording -
      Quote Originally Posted by Robert Neville View Post
      it really was an invaluable source!
      I quite agree. Trying to get these shows posted and doing research and what not, seeing how often the definitive version of information links back to PJLM makes me realize everyday the importance of what been lost. Very sad.

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    1. darby1974's Avatar
      darby1974 -
      Have you heard what is going on on myspace?

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    1. !Viva Hate!'s Avatar
      !Viva Hate! -
      Quote Originally Posted by darby1974 View Post
      Have you heard what is going on on myspace?
      Myspace?

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    1. !Viva Hate!'s Avatar
      !Viva Hate! -
      Quote Originally Posted by MozRecording View Post
      I quite agree. Trying to get these shows posted and doing research and what not, seeing how often the definitive version of information links back to PJLM makes me realize everyday the importance of what been lost. Very sad.
      Of course, a lot of the "definitive" information was, how do I say this politely?, stolen from Solo and Solo members without their authorization or accreditation. I know I can say I am one of many users Stephane has stolen concert reviews from, altered it, and then posted it without giving credit.

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    1. Stephane's Avatar
      Stephane -
      Quote Originally Posted by !Viva Hate! View Post
      Of course, a lot of the "definitive" information was, how do I say this politely?, stolen from Solo and Solo members without their authorization or accreditation. I know I can say I am one of many users Stephane has stolen concert reviews from, altered it, and then posted it without giving credit.
      Don't flatter yourself too much. Each description was put together with 10-20 different sources: reviews posted on websites such as moz-solo, contributions sent to me by people who attended, audio bootlegs, youtube footage, etc. I spent 2-4 hours on each description to patch it all up together. Significant contributors were credited.

      You cannot steal information that has been made public. I never got offended to see my descriptions copy-pasted all over the internet.

      It's people like you who turned me off the world of Morrissey. I have to say my life has only been better since I started spending less time hanging around these parts.

      Stephane

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    1. jeff992's Avatar
      jeff992 -
      Stephane, please don't let things like this discourage you from getting Passions back up in some form. For every person who has something negative like that to say, I'm sure there are hundreds or thousands of us that are dying to have it back up. Seriously, every day I check to see if it's back up, or forget that it's down and almost try to go there until I remember it's gone. I hope you are still planning to get it back up. Thanks so much.

      Quote Originally Posted by Stephane View Post
      Don't flatter yourself too much. Each description was put together with 10-20 different sources: reviews posted on websites such as moz-solo, contributions sent to me by people who attended, audio bootlegs, youtube footage, etc. I spent 2-4 hours on each description to patch it all up together. Significant contributors were credited.

      You cannot steal information that has been made public. I never got offended to see my descriptions copy-pasted all over the internet.

      It's people like you who turned me off the world of Morrissey. I have to say my life has only been better since I started spending less time hanging around these parts.

      Stephane

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    1. MozRecording's Avatar
      MozRecording -
      Quote Originally Posted by !Viva Hate! View Post
      Of course, a lot of the "definitive" information was, how do I say this politely?, stolen from Solo and Solo members without their authorization or accreditation. I know I can say I am one of many users Stephane has stolen concert reviews from, altered it, and then posted it without giving credit.
      Attachment 13734

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    1. 123xyz's Avatar
      123xyz -
      Quote Originally Posted by Stephane View Post
      Don't flatter yourself too much. Each description was put together with 10-20 different sources: reviews posted on websites such as moz-solo, contributions sent to me by people who attended, audio bootlegs, youtube footage, etc. I spent 2-4 hours on each description to patch it all up together. Significant contributors were credited.

      You cannot steal information that has been made public. I never got offended to see my descriptions copy-pasted all over the internet.

      It's people like you who turned me off the world of Morrissey. I have to say my life has only been better since I started spending less time hanging around these parts.

      Stephane


      It's a shame you feel turned off , Stephane. I know you've heard it all before but your site was such an uber-resource , especially for those of us in the far-flung corners. Hope PJLM gets up and running again at some stage...

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    1. nothappynotsad's Avatar
      nothappynotsad -
      Quote Originally Posted by Stephane View Post
      Don't flatter yourself too much. Each description was put together with 10-20 different sources: reviews posted on websites such as moz-solo, contributions sent to me by people who attended, audio bootlegs, youtube footage, etc. I spent 2-4 hours on each description to patch it all up together. Significant contributors were credited.

      You cannot steal information that has been made public. I never got offended to see my descriptions copy-pasted all over the internet.

      It's people like you who turned me off the world of Morrissey. I have to say my life has only been better since I started spending less time hanging around these parts.

      Stephane
      First you say he shouldn't flatter himself and then you go on to say that information posted online can't be stolen. Well, which one is it? Either you didn't reuse his review and he shouldn't flatter himself or you did and he shouldn't be offended by it (because according to you any information posted online is to be considered public). Enjoying a review and posting it on your site is completely acceptable when you give credit where it's due but it's not if you tweak a few lines and pass it off as something that you've written. Public content or not, plagiarism is plagiarism.



      Quote Originally Posted by MozRecording View Post
      Yeah.... except he didn't post it anonymously. It was posted by !Viva Hate!.

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    1. MozRecording's Avatar
      MozRecording -
      Quote Originally Posted by nothappynotsad View Post
      Yeah.... except he didn't post it anonymously. It was posted by !Viva Hate!.
      The problem with written communication is that tone doesn't really come through. So either I'm missing your sarcasm or you're missing that things posted by the handle !Viva Hate! are still posted anonymously.

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    1. davidt's Avatar
      davidt -
      Quote Originally Posted by MozRecording View Post
      The problem with written communication is that tone doesn't really come through. So either I'm missing your sarcasm or you're missing that things posted by the handle !Viva Hate! are still posted anonymously.
      You can credit the source '!Viva Hate! at morrissey-solo.com', that's what I would do if I took something someone had written.

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    1. !Viva Hate!'s Avatar
      !Viva Hate! -
      Quote Originally Posted by MozRecording View Post
      The problem with written communication is that tone doesn't really come through. So either I'm missing your sarcasm or you're missing that things posted by the handle !Viva Hate! are still posted anonymously.
      So I can steal all of Flax's album scans, steal all of "Stephane's information", host all of the bootlegs downloaded from Drifter's site and go start a website with a less tacky name & design while passing off all the work as my own and because they are "anonymous", you find no flaw or indecency in that?

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