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The Incentive of Fansub Community's Collective Mentality

Posted 3/8/09 , edited 3/9/09

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DomFortress wrote:


nexusmaylo wrote:


DomFortress wrote:


nexusmaylo wrote:


DomFortress wrote:


nexusmaylo wrote:

http://s107.photobucket.com/albums/m313/DomFortress/
Same person in your cruchyroll, as well as having images only you would put up there, like your fitness, only you would have, as well as cosplay. You with a baby bird in your lap, etc. Who else would have these
But can you proof that it was I who put those magazine scans on my photobucket account? And BTW, these are the exact same tactics that the fansub community use to dispute about their illegal activities on the internet. So consider yourself got served by your own illogical reasoning.


Quote "magazine scans on my photobucket account?"
Ever heard of internet identity theft? Of course not, because by doing so, the fansub community would also admit that they have the understanding that what they're doing is stealing.


redid my post "Quote "magazine scans on my photobucket account?" You never deleted them and kept posting pictures of yourself, So I would guess you knew about them, but kept them....odd if you so obviously knew they hurt the companies producing them. So tell me, why are they on your photobucket then, and why did you leave them there?"
So you are now lying, it's obvious you posted them because you still had enough access to upload more of your own pictures. But decided hey, I'll just leave these here, won't change my password and let them keep positng.
Somebody can post those pictures of me on another site, using a fake handle, and pretended to be me by posting my pictures without my permissions. But that's also common on the fansub community, so what's your point?


YOU FAILED TO NOTICE THAT you kept using that photobucket since you kept posting pictures of yourself and not deleted them, hell you had images on there before your own pictures and left them on there. So how could you not notice them and keep posting pictures that only you would have to it? You seem to dodge this question, you uploaded more images but left those? and didn't change the password so they kept uploading them as you did your own? I ASK HOW COULD YOU NOT NOTICE THIS
How can I delete them, when it's not even mine. When this individual is replying, can you proof on the internet that the individual who's replying to you is the same individual who owns the account?

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It seems you really take offense that you are indeed a hypocrite. The first images posted on there are of "copyrighted" origin yet someone stole this account even before you used it?
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Posted 3/8/09 , edited 3/9/09

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What? Of course they can make money. They could charge people for their fansubs. But they don't.
Then could you explain this? http://brigade.baka-wolf.com/awc_ds.php?do=donation&gid=10


Sure. That's a donation page for a keeping a server up. I don't see anyone paying for subs anywhere.

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And I'm guessing you used that to show that fansub groups make a profit, well see they released all of their's on torrents, bots, ddl all free, the ddl from their site is free.
So why can't the fansub community do just that, and use the profit to purchase the anime licensing fee? Are they really professional?


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Maybe fansubbers aren't in it for the money. Maybe they are doing a service by putting their time, effort, and heart into their work and not charging for it. For a "Defender of Justice" you sure sound pretty greedy.
Posted 3/8/09 , edited 3/9/09

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You still haven't explained about the song he pointed our earlier. Did you get permission from the song author to have it on your profile? You thief, you.
Are you referring to the individual with the CR account, the individual with the photobucket account, the individual with the anime-planet account, or me?
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How can I delete them, when it's not even mine. When this individual is replying, can you proof on the internet that the individual who's replying to you is the same individual who owns the account?


Yet you thought hey, I'll just keep uploading my stuff even though someone has stolen this account. SO then how do you suggest they got those pictures of you, and I can't upload to it, only the person with the pass, and they thought I have alot of this guys pictures I'll randomly upload over time to mix in with my anime images.
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Posted 3/8/09 , edited 3/9/09

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You still haven't explained about the song he pointed our earlier. Did you get permission from the song author to have it on your profile? You thief, you.
Are you referring to the individual with the CR account, the individual with the photobucket account, the individual with the anime-planet account, or me?


Don't know about you, but I find it hard to post on Crunchyroll without a Crunchyroll account.
Posted 3/8/09 , edited 3/9/09

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DomFortress wrote:


SuprSrsBiz wrote:


DomFortress wrote:


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What? Of course they can make money. They could charge people for their fansubs. But they don't.
Then could you explain this? http://brigade.baka-wolf.com/awc_ds.php?do=donation&gid=10


Sure. That's a donation page for a keeping a server up. I don't see anyone paying for subs anywhere.

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And I'm guessing you used that to show that fansub groups make a profit, well see they released all of their's on torrents, bots, ddl all free, the ddl from their site is free.
So why can't the fansub community do just that, and use the profit to purchase the anime licensing fee? Are they really professional?


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Maybe fansubbers aren't in it for the money. Maybe they are doing a service by putting their time, effort, and heart into their work and not charging for it. For a "Defender of Justice" you sure sound pretty greedy.
And that's the downward spiral which is causing the anime industry to loose all of its profit. When an industry stop making profit, it dies.
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This is DOM way to get away from reality because he's life sucks.
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I would like to know how someone stole your account, and why just to upload anime images of which you hold the same interests in, and how they were able to get your images and upload them with an obvious time frame pretty large to keep gathering pictures to post. Mind explaining how your images that I'm guessing no one else would have got onto it. I mean it's not 1 or 2 pictures it's alot, and alot of personal ones at that over a long time frame.
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Posted 3/8/09 , edited 3/9/09

DomFortress wrote:


SuprSrsBiz wrote:


DomFortress wrote:


SuprSrsBiz wrote:


DomFortress wrote:


SuprSrsBiz wrote:
What? Of course they can make money. They could charge people for their fansubs. But they don't.
Then could you explain this? http://brigade.baka-wolf.com/awc_ds.php?do=donation&gid=10


Sure. That's a donation page for a keeping a server up. I don't see anyone paying for subs anywhere.

nexusmaylo wrote:

And I'm guessing you used that to show that fansub groups make a profit, well see they released all of their's on torrents, bots, ddl all free, the ddl from their site is free.
So why can't the fansub community do just that, and use the profit to purchase the anime licensing fee? Are they really professional?


Going around in circles here


SuprSrsBiz wrote:
Maybe fansubbers aren't in it for the money. Maybe they are doing a service by putting their time, effort, and heart into their work and not charging for it. For a "Defender of Justice" you sure sound pretty greedy.
And that's the downward spiral which is causing the anime industry to loose all of its profit. When an industry stop making profit, it dies.


Going around in circles here


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But there is a reason they do it. If DVD subtitles were adequte. If dub work was good. If subtitles came out a few days after the show aired in Japan. If every single show was subtitled and released commercially in every country.

But none of these are true. These are why fansubs exist and continue to be so popular. If all these factors went away, then we wouldn't be having this debate. Fansubs try to set an example to what the industry should be, and they are not for profit. They don't try to make money off what they do.
Posted 3/8/09 , edited 3/9/09

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DomFortress wrote:
How can I delete them, when it's not even mine. When this individual is replying, can you proof on the internet that the individual who's replying to you is the same individual who owns the account?


Yet you thought hey, I'll just keep uploading my stuff even though someone has stolen this account. SO then how do you suggest they got those pictures of you, and I can't upload to it, only the person with the pass, and they thought I have alot of this guys pictures I'll randomly upload over time to mix in with my anime images.
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In that sense, how can the fansub community even regulate their own release and distributions on the internet? When an industry can't even regulate the release and distribution networks, it can't protect itself and thus, it's a victim of its own failures.
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Posted 3/8/09 , edited 3/9/09

DomFortress wrote:


nexusmaylo wrote:


DomFortress wrote:
How can I delete them, when it's not even mine. When this individual is replying, can you proof on the internet that the individual who's replying to you is the same individual who owns the account?


Yet you thought hey, I'll just keep uploading my stuff even though someone has stolen this account. SO then how do you suggest they got those pictures of you, and I can't upload to it, only the person with the pass, and they thought I have alot of this guys pictures I'll randomly upload over time to mix in with my anime images.
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In that sense, how can the fansub community even regulate their own release and distributions on the internet? When an industry can't even regulate the release and distribution networks, it can't protect itself and thus, it's a victim of its own failures.


What? Nothing you just said had anything to do with what he pointed out. Changing the topic much?
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Posted 3/8/09 , edited 3/9/09

DomFortress wrote:


nexusmaylo wrote:


DomFortress wrote:
How can I delete them, when it's not even mine. When this individual is replying, can you proof on the internet that the individual who's replying to you is the same individual who owns the account?


Yet you thought hey, I'll just keep uploading my stuff even though someone has stolen this account. SO then how do you suggest they got those pictures of you, and I can't upload to it, only the person with the pass, and they thought I have alot of this guys pictures I'll randomly upload over time to mix in with my anime images.
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In that sense, how can the fansub community even regulate their own release and distributions on the internet? When an industry can't even regulate the release and distribution networks, it can't protect itself and thus, it's a victim of its own failures.


Nice ignoring the question which had nothing to do with the fansub community, unless you can anwser what I asked, I'll assume it's you account
Posted 3/8/09 , edited 3/9/09

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I would like to know how someone stole your account, and why just to upload anime images of which you hold the same interests in, and how they were able to get your images and upload them with an obvious time frame pretty large to keep gathering pictures to post. Mind explaining how your images that I'm guessing no one else would have got onto it. I mean it's not 1 or 2 pictures it's alot, and alot of personal ones at that over a long time frame.
It's not my account, so I don't have a clue what you're asking.
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