Well, Textusa hasn't graced us with a proper post this week, which is just as well, as I am still dredging my way through last week's turgid offering.
Instead, she has treated us to an account of her meeting with her fellow losers, complete with partially obscured pictures.
"Oooh Textusa, don't you look glamorous'' purr the optically-impaired minions.
"Oh it's not really us" simpers Textusa
So who is it, then?
Well it took me precisely two seconds to find out.
|Definitely NOT Textusa, May I and the other one no-one can remember|
Roughly the same length of time it took Textusa to bin my posts on the subject
You see, according to Textusa :
''We consider that anything that is published publicly on the internet (that includes our work) is public and can be used publicly.''Which would be lovely, were it true. Unfortunately for her, it isn't. Moreover, as the identities of the ladies in the photographs is very easy to discover, this could also be regarded as Identity Theft
So here they are. Oh, I have dropped them a line too, just to keep them 'in the picture'
Within a short time of Textusa publishing her post, I contacted her to ask whether she has sought permission to use the images above. She claimed she didn't require permission. She is wrong.
I told her it only takes two minutes to find the original
She refused to publish that post or others which followed
Instead, she made this claim:
Reason for censoring: It's no one's business who these women are and what they do.
In the posts they only represent smiling women. That's why we censored their faces.
To find out who they are, one has to go significantly and intentionally out of one's way and try to guess what keywords we used to find these random pictures.
No, they don't. I told her that, but she refuses to listen. So I will show you how:
1) Place cursor on image
2) Right click
3) Scroll down to ''search google for image''
4) Wait for google to locate image
2 seconds was a bit generous, tbh. More like 1 second......