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Hah! Bad Boy John. I saw that picture earlier. I don't think it is the same party as the one that he attended with Summer because he is wearing a different outfit. On second thought though, hmmm... If you are going through Hell, keep going.
@ HaveWeLost : i posted your video in another Summer Glau fansite but it was removed by the mods and they took the time to notify me, which i appreciate.
I answered the following message :
No problem! I respect the decisions of the moderators. I must say i feared the OP was mocking the fansl the first time he posted a similar video at the Summer Glau Wiki and we have had a hot discussion. It appeared to me he was not a troll, this is why i authorized him to post at the SG Wiki this second video when he asked me to; i simply required he mentioned clearly it was made in jest. For me, this video falls into the innocent fanboyish category. Recently, you (or was it another mod) blamed me for making too shallow comments on Summer and now you think this post is not respectful enough.LOL What Summer might think about the posts is not my primary concern; i post for the entertainment of the members and my opinions might or might not please her. I think this site, just like the SG Wiki should not desesperately try to appear as an official site; official sites are boring, mainly because of the limitations imposed by the artist representatives. If you remember, this is why the webmaster decided to give up on running Summer's official website; let me quote Andy Evans, former webmaster : "The official website began its life as an unofficial one. I had met Summer and looked after her at a convention in England. Following that I set up a fan page and was able to include any content I found of relevance. I approached Summer and her agents about putting the site on an official footing and it was agreed that my site could officially represnt Summer online but I was required to sign an incredibly restrictive contract in order to do so. Permission had to be gained for any content included, any images used and for any changes made to the look of the site. I was barred from using any images that were not officially approved by Summer’s management and could only include news which was issued or confirmed officially by Summer’s agents. This greatly restricted the freedom to create a site with which I was happy. Runnoing a fan run site was far easier and less restrictive. A lack of contact, updates and information from the USA made it very difficult to keep the site up to date and other unofficial sites were able to run the same stories I knew existed but was not allowed to run without permission and I felt frustrated and constricted. Eventually, by mutual agreement with Summer when the domain became liable for renewal after around five years of work the site was allowed to lapse." Again, i'm not trying to convince you to put my post back online, i'm just making some remarks.
I kind of figured something like this would happen eventually chrisdvanne. I'm very conscious of the fact that not everyone shares my utterly juvenile sense of humor. Sorry you got modded
And now you understand my first reaction when you posted your first video here and when you asked me to post the second. If you read my answer, you will know that i support your creative work; as i said, it falls in the "innocent fanboyish" category.
No need to be sorry; the mods there don't know you like i do and one cannot blame them to apply the rules they want; it's their prerogative. Being modded is not a punishment or a criticism; it's just that my post doesn't fit their editorial policy. I have good relations with mods btw You can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or Youtube
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