The pirates' rules

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This is a protest and it is made now as a parody for to say it so…
It is about stealing in PowerPoint.

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  • 'THE DAY BEFORE TOMORROW'

    This video was first created by three friends as a slideshow presentation.. these friends are all members of SlideShare.net the world’s largest community for sharing presentations on the world wide web..Their names are as follows.

    www.slideshare.net/DOINAPP from Holland in the Netherlands

    www.slideshare.net/vili48 from Bulgaria

    www.slideshare.net/spiderweb99 from Canada

    The video was created after long and painful deliberations by the three friends after they had discovered that a co member.. someone they considered a friend had been stealing their animations.. effects and original templates.. changing the shapes.. adding different images and using them to create slideshows under the guise that she was the soul creator of these new slideshows..


    This presentation shows irrefutably how this PIRATE ripped everything she could from the slideshows of these three friends and used them in her shows without permission or any acknowledgment..
    This is PIRACY/Plagiarism!.. in it’s worst form!..
    The woman that is responsible for these discussing acts of PIRACY/PLAGIARISM is as follows..
    Her name: Cecilia aka Cece..

    Her account on SlideShare net.. she is from ALABAMA United States
    www.slideshare.net/auntce

    Her account on Youtube..
    www.youtube.com/user/auntce1

    View Cece 425’s SlideShare page on Linkedin
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  • I saw your action for Nubia! BRAVO ! It is with great pleasure dear Doina, that I allowed myself to add your presentation at of my new group 'SAY NO! TO PIRACY'... Thanks for sharing... Have a wonderful week... Big hugs. Bernard
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  • Well said because piracy can be by stealth and that is what you highlight.
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  • I loved your presentation Doina... but also comments by Anny.Your slideshow is a useful reminder ... who spilled much ink......Thanks. Good day. Nadine
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  • Probably no greater honor can come to any person than the respect of his friends...


    Gandhi’s Characteristic of Respect


    Another of Gandhi’s characteristics is respect. He had respect for himself and others around him, which is what made him such a great person. He influenced many people with this trait and still people try to use him as a model of behavior.
    He had great self-respect and people followed him for that. He was an intelligent man. He studied law in London and developed a large law practice. His interests soon, however turned to the misfortune others. He lived like the lowliest citizens of India would. He sewed his own clothes and ate poor foods and encouraged others to do the same to show their disapproval of Britain’s control over India.
    He also had a great amount of respect toward others around him. Although he was Hindu he was open to peoples beliefs in other religions. He also was interested in the rights of others. He led thousands of Indians to the sea to make their own salt to try to make them independent of others. He spent much of his life trying to win India’s independence from Britain. He would also try to solve conflicts without the use of violence so that no one was injured. At the age of 78 he went on a hunger strike to try to get the Muslims and Hindu’s to stop their fighting, the fast almost killed him.
    Gandhi had respect for property. He sought to find resolutions through non-violence, which would help, preserve the land. His religion also taught him to respect others possessions which he did do.
    He did have respect for authority in a sense. He did not disrespect the British or Indian government although he was place in jail several times for his beliefs and nonviolent actions. He did try to gain India its independence form Britain but this was for he believed was in the best interests of his country. **********************************************************************************************
    The true meaning of respect starts with respecting ourselves. If we can’t do that, we can’t respect anyone else. It may be easy to say, but how do we go about learning to respect ourselves? The best way is to take care of ourselves physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. It’s a daily undertaking to meet our own needs while still respecting those around us.
    To respect another person is to show honor, consideration, deference, even veneration to them. Respect is something we all hope to be given by others as a sign of our worth.
    There are a number of different ways in which respect is shown. It can vary from someone being normally courteous in behavior towards us or it can be something more.
    Being respected makes us feel the world is all right, yet when we feel we have not been so treated, we feel demeaned and it evokes a variety of strong emotions in response.
    Respect is not something given lightly to another. It is to be earned. If our behavior is polite and unaggressive we have a right to expect to be treated with respect. This is in the normal, everyday use of the word. But a special form of respect is given to those who have done something we could not do, performed actions we admire or because they merit special attention because of long term work for a cause, through exceptional discoveries or the great pleasure they have given us through their work.
    Being able to offer respect to another person comes from inside us. There is something we recognize as valuable in another individual because we also have respect for ourselves. Without having respect for ourselves it is impossible to offer such consideration to another human, because if we do not know what it feels like, we cannot tender it. When we have self-respect we are willing to give it as well.
    Being respectful does not necessarily mean being afraid to be honest with someone else. If you value that person, you will be able to tell them if you disagree with an idea or what they have said. It would be disrespectful to go along with whatever they wanted however wrong you feel it to be because of a misplaced sense of veneration.
    This suggests that to show respect means having courage to put another point of view which might be very different. If the individual is worthy of your respect they will value you and respect you for your response.
    When someone dies, whatever our real feelings about them, we ’pay our respects’ and this sometimes creates problems. Should we be honest and say that just because they are dead does not make them suddenly worthy when we disliked them in life? When we are in a discussion we say, ’with all due respect’, before we destroy their argument.
    Respect is a personal response to another. To offer it, demonstrates something of our own self-worth as well as the regards we have for the other person.

    Respect is your ability to empathize with another human being, despite contrasting opinions, values, or lifestyles. Being able to put yourself in another persons shoes, see the world as they may see it, and respect the decisions they make based on their life, is essential as a part of living.
    People are uniquely diverse. No one person will ever truly be the same as another. No one is ever going to have all the same opinions as you, agree with you always, or even understand where you are coming from all of the time. But, if you learn to respect that, things become alot easier.
    Respecting a person can be easy when they are similar to you, or their character agrees with the things you favor in life. For example, if an aspiring writer meets a published author, they respect them. But, the more difficult part of respect is maintaining it even when the other person does not relate to you. If you think negatively of a person, it is hard to feel respect for them. But everyone has an aspect of themselves which deserves respect. Even if nothing else, every person deserves basic human respect.
    Respect comes in many forms, from what you say to a person, how you treat them, your body language around a person, even the decisions you make based on a person.
    What is the simplest way to maintain respect? Treat others as you would be treated. It is never easy to respect someone who you dilike, or can’t relate to. But, it is the most rewarding aspect of respect. When you reach out your hand to a person who does not expect such a gesture from you, they open up. Maybe not right away, but with time, their opinion of you can change.
    The same goes for self-respect. It’s hard to respect yourself when you’ve done wrong, made bad decisions, or even just had a rough day. But if you keep believing in yourself, and try to do better each day, respect can become easier.
    So what is the true meaning of respect? It is being positive towards yourself and others when the easier option seems to be negativity. It’s giving people a chance, believing in opportunity, and understanding that just because someone is different, doesn’t mean you both don’t deserve the same.


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The pirates' rules

  1. 1. I WAS, <br />I DOWNLOADED<br />and <br />I GONE…<br />FROM NOW<br />YOUR WORK<br />IT WILL BE<br />MY WORK<br />
  2. 2. SHOW BY DOINA<br />
  3. 3. THE POWERPOINT<br />PIRATES’ RULES<br />
  4. 4. Parody with a bitter taste…<br />
  5. 5. Any coincidence with the reality<br /> <br />It is not accidentally…<br /> <br />
  6. 6. I HAVE YOUR WORK. <br />I changed the shapes<br />OR…. <br />The images…<br />I SAVE IT<br />With another title<br />AND<br />I UPLOAD IT<br />
  7. 7. I wait<br />For your comment<br />and <br />The peoples’ comments.<br />I WILL BE THE BEST<br />Stealing from you<br />and<br />From another pages…<br />
  8. 8. I wait for to save it <br />IN YOUR FAVORITES <br />
  9. 9. I wait for to recommend it <br />IN MANY GROUPS<br /> <br />
  10. 10.
  11. 11. I wait also, for to introduce it <br />IN THE EVENTS <br />and <br />TO SHARE IT WITH YOUR FRIENDS. <br />
  12. 12. I WILL ADD IT<br />at<br />Facebook<br />&<br />Twitter<br /> SO<br />EVERYBODY<br />WILL GIVE ME ATTENTION…<br />
  13. 13. DO YOU LIKE YOUR WORK?<br /> <br />NOW, IT IS MY WORK!<br /> <br />
  14. 14. HOW CAN YOU PROVE<br />that<br />MY NEW WORK<br />is<br />NOT ORIGINAL?!?<br />The song is not the same,<br />The subject is not the same…<br />I AM PROUD!!!<br />
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  16. 16. I WANT MY GLORY…<br />I WANT YOUR GLORY…<br />I liked your work…<br />NOW,<br />Is mine better?<br />Doesn’t mater how much time<br />You spend for it…<br />I transform it in few minutes!!!<br />
  17. 17. When do you upload a new one?<br />I need more from your work…<br />I need to upload again<br />VERY SOON.<br />I need the popularity…<br />I will search in your old ones,<br />Till I will find something…<br />Till then, keep it on and creating!!!<br />
  18. 18. I WILL TAKE AN ATTITUDE<br />IF<br />YOU<br />WILL PROTEST! <br />
  19. 19. I will steal your feelings!<br />I will dare to believe that<br />YOU<br />WILL EXCUSE THAT YOUR WORK <br />WAS CREATED MUCH TIME BEFORE! <br />
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  21. 21. All what you do now<br />Was on my projects from <br />LONG TIME AGO!<br />The same timing and delay!<br />The same effects! <br />
  22. 22. I am strong enough <br />and<br />I made my revolution!<br />Nice subjects even<br />I never respected the cause! <br />
  23. 23. I have<br />NO<br />SHAME!<br />&<br />I have<br />NO<br />RESPECT!<br />
  24. 24. I liked your work<br />and <br />This is why IT is NOW my work! <br />Nobody will steal from my page<br />because<br />then<br />Will steal as from<br />Your PAGE!<br />
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  26. 26. IS it FUNNY?<br />Or NOT?!?<br />;)<br />
  27. 27. Because <br />I want protection<br />For my work <br />I will upload my work<br />With your work<br />only<br />as<br />A VIDEO!<br />
  28. 28. How will you prove that<br />In the video<br />Is your <br />POWERPOINT?<br />I know what I am doing<br />And <br />The people will accuse you!<br />Do you know why?<br />
  29. 29. The people watch at the images<br />and<br />From your work, I stole<br />Beautiful effects’ combinations<br />ONLY!<br />What you made before <br />Is in the past!<br />MY NEW WORK IS ORIGINAL!<br />

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