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Re: Photo Correction -- Beadman Post Reply Edit Forum Where am I?
Posted by: Timbuk-2 Post Reply
11/19/2016, 19:45:51

What is your point, Allen? What is the context? Why you bring it up? To proof me wrong? You can do that all day long, so often have I been wrong, so often did I changed my mind, so often did I HAVE TO change my mind, due to better knowledge and convincing arguments! Big deal!

How "Konrad Adenauer", Germany's first chancellor said 1950 in the German parliament, quote:

"What do I care about my chitchat from yesterday?"

I did not go through all your old quotes. The past is only relevant when it serves the future.

I read your final post, though. So I said both photos were the same? Or did I say the beads on both photos were the same? Can you be more precise? Without knowing why you are obviously arguing the beads on both photos are not same - I repeat my 10 year old statements and say:

Yes, I believe the beads on both photos belong to the same family, their designs are based on the same iconography (it's not a random design, is what I am saying).

To be certain - don't you agree - one should observe both beads next to each other with their own pair of eyes and a decent magnifying glass. I never had this chance. Could I be wrong? Of course I could and have been many times before (see Nourakad vs. Muraqad and definitely other cases).

“It is nobler to declare oneself wrong than to insist on being right --especially when one is right.”
Friedrich Nietzsche

Modified by Timbuk-2 at Sat, Nov 19, 2016, 21:25:38

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