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Author Topic: Reviewers Gone Wild - Future Movie ?  (Read 2224 times)

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Goofy

« on: December 12, 2013, 23:24 »
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Okay, after reading so much about the reviewers I've decide to start a string about our funniest or weirdest reviews-

Once I had a reviewer reject a photo claiming their was someone hiding in the bushes in the background of the photo! No lie! I think it was time for that reviewer to retire or go work for NSA...


Uncle Pete

« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2013, 01:27 »
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When you start with the bar so high, it's going to take something very strange to reach the level of that one. Best I can do is the usual trademark for something from nature. (no not a patented rose either)

I bet some people have more like yours.


Okay, after reading so much about the reviewers I've decide to start a string about our funniest or weirdest reviews-

Once I had a reviewer reject a photo claiming their was someone hiding in the bushes in the background of the photo! No lie! I think it was time for that reviewer to retire or go work for NSA...

Uncle Pete

« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2013, 01:28 »
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Oops!

"...you do have the responsibility to research and show the audio inspectors that the work is indeed in the public domain."

Song? "All the blue bonnets are Over the Border" - 1745 (in description and information to reviewer. They want a link to Wikipedia for proof.) Now that's double funny?

Do you suppose the reviewer didn't notice this part? Or it's just a standard, missing release click?

« Last Edit: December 13, 2013, 01:35 by Uncle Pete »

« Reply #3 on: December 13, 2013, 05:59 »
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Oops!

"...you do have the responsibility to research and show the audio inspectors that the work is indeed in the public domain."

Song? "All the blue bonnets are Over the Border" - 1745 (in description and information to reviewer. They want a link to Wikipedia for proof.) Now that's double funny?

Do you suppose the reviewer didn't notice this part? Or it's just a standard, missing release click?

I guess there could be all sorts of different arrangements and tunes put to the words at different times, even though the words date back to the 19th Century (when the Jacobites were safely consigned to romaticism).

Uncle Pete

« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2013, 07:40 »
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I should have included, Instrumental version on a bagpipe sounding synthesizer setting. Also rejected for odd sounding distortion.  :)  That would describe bagpipes, right?

Words? I didn't even know that song had words. It's a bagpipe military song, someone added lyrics much later. In which case, you would be correct. But the instrumental is 266 years old!

I think the copyright has expired!



Oops!

"...you do have the responsibility to research and show the audio inspectors that the work is indeed in the public domain."

Song? "All the blue bonnets are Over the Border" - 1745 (in description and information to reviewer. They want a link to Wikipedia for proof.) Now that's double funny?

Do you suppose the reviewer didn't notice this part? Or it's just a standard, missing release click?

I guess there could be all sorts of different arrangements and tunes put to the words at different times, even though the words date back to the 19th Century (when the Jacobites were safely consigned to romaticism).


 

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