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 Sexist

 
 by kaio on: Sep 15 2008
 
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crap


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 Agreed

 
 by jarlath on: Oct 10 2008
 
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This is not the kind of rubbish I want to see Ubuntu associated with. What has this got to do with Ubuntu?

Furthermore, taking a photo of a girl (or stealing someone elses in this case) and writing the word "Ubuntu" beside it is not art - it´s crap.

Please delete take this image away.


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 I just want to add....

 
 by LFD on: Feb 10 2009
 
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I just wanted to add that.... I like it. It's good to see someone that likes the female body. If she was showing anything or doing something inappropriate. well that it might not be as tasteful. She's not doing anything sexual, She just posing As for what dose that have to do with Ubuntu?

lol Everything, this is what the person wanted to share. As I'm sure that they have it in there backgrounds. The grate thing about "Ubuntu" is that you can add or change or make anything that you want for your system. And share it with others as this person is doing. Just because you can see it as art doesn't mean that others don't. As for steeling. I don't see a watermark or a TM. and if you change a picture 20% or it could be 30% you can call it your work. People that Airbrush, or Build House's do it all the time.

So I say good job!!! May you keep sharing. Also to the ladies out there you should put out your Hunks. I'm sure that Ubuntu isn't just for guys. I hope that all that read this ... might read with a true open mind. like open source


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 I just want to add....

 
 by LFD on: Feb 10 2009
 
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I just wanted to add that.... I like it. It's good to see someone that likes the female body. If she was showing anything or doing something inappropriate. well that it might not be as tasteful. She's not doing anything sexual, She just posing As for what dose that have to do with Ubuntu?

lol Everything, this is what the person wanted to share. As I'm sure that they have it in there backgrounds. The grate thing about "Ubuntu" is that you can add or change or make anything that you want for your system. And share it with others as this person is doing. Just because you can see it as art doesn't mean that others don't. As for steeling. I don't see a watermark or a TM. and if you change a picture 20% or it could be 30% you can call it your work. People that Airbrush, or Build House's do it all the time.

So I say good job!!! May you keep sharing. Also to the ladies out there you should put out your Hunks. I'm sure that Ubuntu isn't just for guys. I hope that all that read this ... might read with a true open mind. like open source


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 Chill!!!!

 
 by meeko81 on: Feb 20 2009
 
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Yeah I agree with the above. Let them share what they want. You don't like, then don't look.


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 Nice

 
 by LoloftheRings on: May 14 2009
 
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Nice, I like to see the female body too!

Some people say this has nothing to do with Ubuntu. Well.. What the heck has a mountain with an Ubuntu logo has to do with Ubuntu then?

If nobody is posting this, I'll download my own picture and add an Ubuntu logo to it. As long as it's no porn, it's ok to post. Stop whining, please!


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