: Hey Seraph, please don't call everyone a newbie. It's
: pretty disheartening. Oh and generally, one waits for
: others to complement one's work rather than shove a
: message down everyone's throat saying how you are the
: standard for greatness.
Well, unless I was badly misinformed, a newbie is a new person. By that standard, to you, I'm a newbie.
Regarding my comparison of his work to mine...
I don't have an objective grading standard, and I think that my work when I wrote my stuff is of an equivalant level of experience/training/what not to his (I could be wrong, but I've made mistakes before. Several, unforunately.), and I'm a little irked that I implied that I was the standard for greatness. That wasn't my intent.
: On a related note, I'm thinking of scrapping the Journal
: Fiction section and just whacking everything into one
: Fiction section. That way, less restrictions are
: imposed and maybe people will be more keen to post.
: And also I'll be more inclined to update. What do you
I'll go for that...might give me some incentive to write some. Would poetry be accepted in this?
As a question that no one has any obligation to answer besides pointing out my "arrogance"(If I wrote that arrogantly, I did not intend that to be how it looked.), does anyone else agree with Gholsbane on how I was using my work as a comparison? I'm rather irked that I was tactless/awkward enough to even have -anyone- think that, and I'm going to be rather embarassed at best if more people agree with him...
I cann't objectively review how I write my opinons, or if I do, its not well enough to realize that kind of thing.