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From: nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid>
Subject: Re: Adobe Stock Images pays photo $0.18 for using his photo
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2017 00:29:10 -0500
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Savageduck <savageduck1@{REMOVESPAM}> wrote:

> > > >
> > > > Being mean to people is not a game. It's just being
> > > > mean. You demean yourself and coarsen your own
> > > > sensibility, regardless of whether it bothers the target.
> > >
> > > think about that next time you call people 'apple seeds' and other
> > > derogatory terms.
> >
> > I don't consider calling someone an Appleseed if a derogatory term. I
> > have some personal friends who I call Appleseeds, regularly. Yet some
> > got very insulted when I mentioned I called Apple Support, instead of
> > them. Also in my capacity as a stockholder, I love Appleseeds. They have
> > made me and my daughters, a lot of money.
> Intent on the part of the user of the term, and how it is received by the 
> individual addressed are going to be the determining factors as to whether, 
> or not the usage is derogatory.When I see Appleseed used, my first thought is 
> that it is intended to be derogatory, and provocative.
> Appleseed is not a term used by users of Apple products to describe 
> themselves. It is a term used by non-Apple users to label Apple users. While 
> you might not have intended your usage to be derogatory, you have used it to 
> segregate/differentiate yourself from Apple users, and to establish your 
> standing as somebody who uses a different OS (...and I know you own and use 
> an iphone).If I were you I would stop calling your friends Appleseeds 
> regardless of how good APPL has been for you.
> In the case of Mayayana, and his anti-Apple bias, his usage of Appleseed is 
> undoubtably, and intentionally derogatory. He has a similar anti-Adobe bias.

along with anti-microsoft, anti-google, anti-yahoo, anti-facebook,
anti-aol and many more. 

sum it up as anti-everything.