ad hominem criticism is abusive criticism

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Postby nanrehvasconez » Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:01 am

Dear Dr. Frankstein, if you do not want to be judged and belittled by the critics, do not show your poorly done creations here.

This monster you have put together looks like the product of attaching parts belong to the PC's library, many unspired carcases in places without logical or stethical values.

The floor plan is nightmare, with no proportions, traffic flow, full of illegitimat walls. Concrete slate roof tiles?

This is amateourish design at is worst, it is not Italian, not Texan, not Californian, is a pile of doodoo without merit, the inconsecuential use of a miss match details does not make architecture, blaiming the client for the ugliness and lack of creativity, if you are the architect, you educate your clien.

Think about changing jobs, maybe something that has nothing to do with logic, good taste, Italian hills, etc.
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Postby csintexas » Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:36 am

Yeah you're another jerk I don't care to here from.

Please, no more comments by pretend architects.

This is not a college design "crit" session.
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Postby nanrehvasconez » Sun Aug 31, 2008 1:51 pm

Yeah you're another jerk I don't care to here from.

Please, no more comments by pretend architects.

This is not a college design "crit" session.
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Think about, if we shutup, you will never know that you have a crappy design or project which is attractive only to a fly.

If you listen to critics point of view, you may learn something, come back with better ideas, better designs, may consult with people that know better, read a book.

We, jerks do not display our works until we have somethin substantial and comparable with works by FLW, Jonhson, Gehry, etc.
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Postby nanrehvasconez » Sun Aug 31, 2008 1:56 pm

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1. narrow minded 24 up, 11 down
a person who does not want to hear the other side of the argument. But in our postmodern world people accuse anyone who has firm beliefs of being narrow minded.
You'll hear alot of people say ' Christians are narrow minded people '. But the funny thing is these same people are themselves narrow minded and bigoted and intolerant ( there's a popular one )of Christianity. They contradict themselves.
you are just as narrow minded and intolerant of christians.
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2. narrow minded 33 up, 10 down
a person or persons who cannot see beyond their own set of values and/or will not accept them. Is often related to religious matters, where people cannot accept the other religion's beliefs. It often happens where one is in ignorance.
"YOU NARROW MINDED PIECE OF F--KING S--T, CANT YOU SEE HOW YOU ARE CONTRADICTING YOURSELF?? SEE SOMEONE ELSE'S SIDE FOR HELL'S SAKE!!"

My brother can be narrow minded because he thinks that all gays have HIV, and that it is stupid to be spam, and you always get AIDS when you spam someone.
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3. narrow minded 14 up, 12 down
Intolerant of another's views. This is a mentality that is often associated with cliques and coteries. A narrow-minded person will even accuse someone of being "stupid" or ((name some other bad trait here, even "narrow-minded" itself!)) the other person who expresses a viewpoint or reason for believing otherwise than the narrow-minded one's views. Or, in some cases, a narrow-minded person might even go to the extreme of primate-like behavior, such as throwing food or insults at the other person, because the narrow-minded one doesn't have a cohesive argument to counteract what the other had said in the discussion or debate.

Interesting thing: people who accuse others of being narrow-minded are often quite narrow-minded themselves.

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Aura hurled food, insults, and other sorts of shit at Anne because the two women didn't agree. (Aura did that because she can't stand anyone who wouldn't believe the same thing as she does, or refuses to flatter her.) Aura's very narrow minded.
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Postby lekizz » Sun Aug 31, 2008 5:01 pm

YAAWWNN!! Yet another overly long, completely off-topic, aggressive posting by someone who is clearly more interested in semantics than architecture. What is wrong with this forum (and that's a rhetorical question, it is not inviting an answer)?!
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ad hominem criticism is abusive criticism

Postby Kabanga » Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:54 pm

When I said negative criticism I meant the kind thats not constructive. Constructive is good because its to be learnt from but plain negative or cruel comments I ignore.
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