What amazes me about forum disputes is how someone can “label” another person when the facts (well documented in the thread itself) tell a different story.
So these are the facts that you can easily trace in two threads …
There was a dispute over a comment made in the “May” competition thread.
In this “June” nomination thread, someone nominated SSneekey6R’s bike (per the rules). Then Lowcel takes a jab at SSneekey6R about the issue that occurred in the “May” competition thread. So it was Lowcel who, apparently, could not let it go. When Ssneekey6R responded to Lowcel in this thread, others came in to attack and make negative comments about SSneekey6R. So again, these “others” also could not let it go or else they would have just simply let SSneekey6R and Lowcel settle the beef that Lowcel introduced in this thread.
When I look at this fiasco, it turns me off from even being bothered with the competition. There seems to be a mindset in these threads that reminds me of the immature high school days where the so called “in” crowd banded together (right or wrong) to make up their own rules to cater to their own insecurities.
How you can label someone for doing the same thing that you have done yourself? How can you “like” someone else’s post that is riddled with hypocrisy? If we stick to the facts, who brought the “May” competition issue into this “June” nomination thread? If you are honest about that, then you can clearly see who could not let it go and sought to reignite the issue. From there, deciphering the rest is easy.