Got an email this morning in my inbox concerning the "History of Samhain" posting that I had to remove. The reason I was told to remove it was of the usual internet copyright stuff. Lady Spring Wolf has had people use her stuff on their websites (without due credit), one was even using it to lure young women, which, apparently, were assaulted. Since they traced things back to her site, she had to go through a lot to clear her name. Because if this, her lawyers advised that she copyright her website.
I do appreciate a reader who wrote to Lady Spring Wolf, presenting a very good reason as to why I should have kept it up. Stating that I did end the post with credit to whoever originally wrote it, but I forgot who, which I did state. They also mentioned that had I not posted it, they wouldn't have found it. They also wrote some very nice things about my blog. Thank you, G ((hugs))
Lady Spring Wolf is still not letting me post the article. As a note, someone, not naming names, should stop her childish behavior, it's getting rather tedious, you're older than me, act like it.
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