User talk:Bagh71

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Bengali people image[edit]

Well, let me just start off by saying that, in my opinion, it's just intolerably rude to do a unilateral revert without even sending a message to the editor you're reverting to let them know. But to then go ahead and accuse me of lying. And then you threaten to report me to admins! You're an asshole and this is why people don't like actually contributing to people. If you were actually interested in making Wikipedia better, you should try, maybe, working with other editors to talk through problems, instead of behaving like a prick.

For example, is there a way the image could be uploaded under a fair use claim? If not, why don't you actually suggest what images need to be replaced. I have no idea why there would be so many fair use images as lead images in Wikipedia articles - I thought those images had to be public domain - so I imagine your criticism probably applies to the underlying images as much as to the collage. Adam_sk (talk) 17:28, 2 January 2010 (UTC)

Exactly as I said - you aren't contributing anything constructive - you're just putting up roadblocks instead of working with other editors. I'm sorry, that's asshole behavior and I've got to call it when I see it. Adam_sk (talk) 17:49, 2 January 2010 (UTC)
I uploaded a bunch of pictures that were already on Wikipedia and that is a case of "blatant copyright violation"? Anyone who isn't a prick would understand that if there was a mistake made, it was inadvertent, and anyone who wasn't an asshole would try to work with the other user to correct the mistake. Adam_sk (talk) 17:59, 2 January 2010 (UTC)