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What I did for my shop is i said, yes i know that i don't make these but i can find them for you.. for dolls
WARNING -- You may find the following long and boring -- I hope at least a few also find it helpful!
As long as you are not representing other people's creations as your own, that's okay. Really, folks, this is not something you should take lightly. Plagiarism (the unauthorized use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one's own original work*) is not only impolite but illegal in many instances. It is possible to get in trouble with our legal system if you're not careful. There are other words used for copying people's artistic creations, but it's all the same idea.
I don't want to "scare the pants off" anyone, but this isn't something you want to make a habit of doing. If folks think it's okay to do this on a bulletin board they might think it's okay in school or at work and, boy oh boy, it most definitely IS NOT.
Above I listed a definition for the word plagiarism. I got that from a web site so, as you see below, I listed the web site information as a citation. I'll let you look that one up for yourself if you don't already know what it means. That's one way to give credit to someone else for their original work. It's the way you do things in writing formal papers, like for school or work. The most import thing is to make a "good faith effort" to be sure that whoever created something gets the credit. That doesn't mean you just don't say it's yours, you actually need to say where it came from.
Well, I guess that's all for my ranting and raving . . . I really, really don't want this to sound mean but I want all of my friends on WI to be safe and that extends to safety in all of their endeavors!
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