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> On 01/03/2018 02:25, Jolly Roger wrote:
>> On 2018-02-28, John Varela<> wrote:
>>> On Tue, 27 Feb 2018 16:45:02 UTC, David_B
>>><> wrote:
>>>> by Justin Pot on February 26th, 2018
>>>> Lots of Mac users use Photos for sorting and browsing photo
>>>> collections.  It syncs easily with your iPhone, recognizes
>>>> faces, and even sorts your photos into Memories. What you might
>>>> not know is that Photos is also now a decent tool for editing
>>>> photos. 
>>>> Once upon a time Photos could only do superficial edits, but in
>>>> the fall of 2017, Apple added enough new editing features to
>>>> make it useful for the vast majority of users. Its simple, but
>>>> powerful. And if you already have more powerful photo editing
>>>> software that you love, Photos also allows you to open your
>>>> pictures using that. 
>>> The current version of Photos has excellent integration with
>>> Photoshop Elements.
>> It's also integrated with any number of alternative image editing
>> programs through extensions managed in System Preferences >
>> Extensions > Photos, like Pixelmator, Affinity Photo, and so on.
> I'd not looked there before.
> Thanks :-)

Will you soon be declaring this newsgroup as your new home, David? 
How long before you attempt to recruit another to help you stalk 
people? It didn't take you long to groom SavageDuck for the purposes, 
although he wisely declined your requests. Of course, he learned the 
hard way that he shouldn't have provided you any personal information 
about himself. Was super nice of you to threaten to dox him with the 
usage of his first name as you did:


I suppose you think if you ignore the thread long enough, it'll just 
go away and nobody will remember what you did, right?

I admit, I am curious to see how many people you will be able to play 
like a fiddle here. Morbid curiosity I suspect at this point. To give 
credit where credit is due, you were able to play an entire symphony 
off of hh without him even catching on the entire time. See David? I 
believe in crediting you for everything you do, not just the bad and 
otherwise rotten shit you do to people.

Say, how are you coming along with hanging me out to dry anyhow? It's 
been awhile since you admitted to SavageDuck you wanted his help with 
that. You might have been able to continue duping him for awhile 
longer, had you not resorted to an implied threat recently towards 
him. You should apologize for having done that, David.

In any event, I'm here to let people know all about you and what 
you're really here for. Cluebyfour: it's not really for the 
discussion of digital photography. It's for recruitment purposes.

Don't become the next David Brooks cyberstalking victim! 
Visit (10/10 WOT)  
to learn more. 

Obviously I cannot stop someone from interacting with you, but, I can 
atleast provide them knowledge so that if they decide to interact 
with you, they are able to take proper precautions so that you don't 
dox them later on down the road when they don't/won't/can't do 
something specific and illegal for your benefit. Yes, David, stalking 
people is illegal. Solitication for others to help you do it, also 
illegal. But, you know that already. 

Don't become the next David Brooks cyberstalking victim! 
Visit (10/10 WOT)  
to learn more. If you've already become a victim or know someone who 
has, you can provide the following information to them, your lawyer, 
local law enforcement, etc. - His local police. Report?
David Brooks (BoaterDave)
Jersey Cottage 86 Granary Lane
Budleigh Salterton Devon EX9 6ER United Kingdom 
Phone: 44-1395-443340 (H) 07974-193550 (M)