Easy tiger, I though it was obvious that I’m just goofing around.
Wait...aren't you the guy that jumped down my throat for "nitpicking" the lazy inaccuracy of the logo decals on the 2016 LEGO Ecto-1?
Mayhap folks are a bit sensitive in these parts. I’m not on the attack.
I don't know, maybe. Probably. I've completely forgotten if I have. I suppose I could check but it's not worth the effort. That was two years ago, things like that roll off my back pretty quickly. Over the years I've learned that nitpicking is pointless stress. I'm skilled enough to fix most
production problems with collectibles so little things like that are a non issue for me. I also like to take the opportunity to encourage others to do the same whenever I can. It's quite liberating actually. You have seen what I'm doing to my Gozer diorama, right? I could have nitpicked and moaned about the colour being wrong or that the back drop cut off the stairs. But I didn't because I was too grateful for what I was given and took it upon myself to make it what I feel it should be.
All I'm saying is don't sweat the small stuff and be pro-active in correcting any flaws that get to you. It's an unpopular opinion, I know. But that doesn't mean I'm angry at the nitpickers, however a lot of folks tend to read me that way. I really don't understand why folks seem to take it so bloody hard when I jab you in the ribs and say, "So? Fix it".
The hyper-sensitivity around here is why I rarely get involved in conversations and mostly just post my work when I have something Ghostbusters related to share. I like a lot of you but it's so tiring having to guard every word I say for fear of someone getting upset or offended. It's doubly tiring having to spend my time explaining myself instead of discussing figures and toys.
Honestly the comment I made about the exclamation point was so completely ridiculous how could you not see that it's meant in jest?