Harangued by an airhead
It is not within my means if there are people out there who love to speak or write in heaps of negativity. I don’t feel a need to defend or explain myself but I detest it when people don’t get their facts right and make derogatory claims or remarks or even to the extent of ‘name’ calling. Therefore, I am going to address this topic so I can set the record straight and clarify matters once.
Coincidences do occur from time to time and I have better spirit than to plagiarize from an unworthy source. Sometimes, when I am in a mood, I do partake in some harmless googling to pluck words of wisdom from parts of the web to share with my friends and readers.
If this is not your quote, do not bother making a big fuss out of it.
Oh, check this out. This is a print screen of Newsweek dated 30th March 2009 – Generation Diva. I got my beauty breakdown from here.
See that click here to find out exactly how much women spend on a lifetime of beauty maintenance? Did someone forget to mention that my post was written before the mentioned on 1st April 2009 after reading Newsweek? The only possible source that I can quote is Newsweek :)
Next time use a higher resolution photo, if not people might think that you copy me since yours was written on the next day *primary school girl voice*
Being a social science graduate, I have given proper citations to every single comment, remark, fact or whatsoever for every single paper, slide, speech, presentation, report etc. I do not need a business graduate to teach me where I should quote, when to quote, what not to quote or even how and who I should quote. If I did not obtain my sources from the mentioned, I will never give credits. That being said, I can’t possibly defend myself all the time when such claims or remarks are made. I’m not obsessed with my site, visiting it every day, much less yours. What happened in my life is so different from yours. Oh well.
To those who are guilty of the above, please grow up.