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- To: jriley(--nospam--at)cbbel.com, seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
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- From: Rhkratzse(--nospam--at)aol.com
- Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 16:25:11 EST
If Dennis shows a lot of photos on his blog & some are obviously very poor construction and others recognizably show the new houses in question, I believe the inference is pretty obvious. And any comments about the quality (or not) of the construction just strengthens the point. This is not the same as showing photos in one's brochure! :) Perhaps if the photos were only very tight close-ups that show details of the construction but couldn't be identified, it might be safe to do it.
To respond to your equation: If I show 6 pictures and 5 show really poor construction, then, yes, either this is a test or the 6th is probably also considered poor construction.
In a message dated 3/16/05 12:58:45 PM, jriley(--nospam--at)cbbel.com writes:
Is this a valid equation: showing pictures = badmouthing
Unfortunately I'm afraid (as a non-lawyer) that you have about as much right to badmouth a builder on your blog as someone else has to badmouth your engineering skills on his blog.
I'd be careful, especially if your pockets are shallower than the builder's.
In a message dated 3/15/05 7:52:31 PM, dennis.wish(--nospam--at)verizon.net writes:
I would like to post pictures of these types of issues to bring them to the attention of the community and builders. Am I allowed to stand on the street and photograph this sloppy work including the developers advertisement and publish it on my Blog? If anyone has this type of information that can help me please let me know. In the mean time, I have dozens of shots (or more) that should be publicized as what not to do.
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