Tuesday, 5 August 2014








Just so Marie H KNOWS NOT ONLY DID I NOT DELETE IT BUT I'M MORE THAN BRAVE ENOUGH TO LEAVE HER COMMENT BUT ..............JUST ONE POINT IT TOOK ME 6 MONTHS TO FIND AN OUTFIT THAT DIDN'T TOTALLY TURN THEM INTO SLUTS, POSES THAT WERE MORE SEDATE THAN THE NORMAL SO THAT THEY DIDN'T LOOK LIKE SOMETHING STANDING ON A STREET CORNER.

I DO NOT MAKE PAPERS, I DO NOT MAKE ELEMENTS.  NEXT TIME I HAVE AN IDEA THOUGH FOR THE SAKE OF NOT INSULTING AN AMERICAN I'LL KEEP IT TO MYSELF.  THERE ARE MANY MILITARY BRATS, EX-SERVICE PEOPLE ETC THAT I SPOKE TO BEFORE USING THIS OUTFIT BUT ONLY PERSON HAS TAKEN OFFENCE IT SEEMS. 


Thank you for wanting to take part in this blog train. You are a very talented artist. Your offering for this ‘Respect and Honor” started off beautiful talking about WWI, about sacrifice, service and wanting to honor service men and women. Many of these men and women died to defend the rights of Americans and other nationalities so that you and others have the right to express yourself freely.
As a woman that served for almost 9 years in the United States Air Forces I uphold your right of expression, but I do want to let you know that most females and males in the US military would finds your clothing that appears to represent women in uniform to be offensive I know that I do and so does my spouse that was also in the military.

You could have offered papers or military elements and that would have been fantastic, but you chose to offer a disgraceful representation of military women that I find to be ‘a slap in the face’ for all military women.
Repestfully, Marie H.
P.S. I hope you are brave enough to post this comment in its complete unedited form. Thank you.



4 comments:

Cuddz said...

Well as a person that comes from a Miiltary family...my son, his father, his fathers brother (marines) my grandfather, my father, my uncles and my nephew (Army) I dont find it at all offensive. Perhaps she should also remember this is not about the US forces but about ALL forces and the men and women that served during that terrible war xxx

Poly said...
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Poly said...

The thing is this blog train has been made up by people who want to contribute their own works and "Give it away" as a way of raising the awareness of those who lost their lives or who were injured, or who served during the war. Your contribution is just that "Your contribution" to a fantastic blogtrain. If this person doesn't like the work you have done, then she doesn't have to download it. I know full well that you meant no disrespect when you made your posers. I personally love them! and thank you piper for taking the time DESPITE BEING ILL to make your posers and contribute them to this blogtrain xx

Angela Hobbs said...

I agree with Poly and Cuddz

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