I knew you couldn't resist with a title like that. There is this saying I learned when I was heavy into custom airbrushing. I was at the Iwata distribution warehouse in Salt Lake City. I was talking over some issues I was having with a very well known custom painter named Dennis Mathewson. He said "CRABS IN A BUCKET" I just looked at him a second. "It's like this," said Dennis,"when there is a bucket full of crabs and one tries to crawl out, almost all the other ones want to pull him back down." That stuck with me. I was just thinking about some peoples remarks and thoughts of us who are trying to put food on our table with customs. Now, I have never really had a problem with anyone. I have gotten a lot of support, like most of us who do this. And we give back to the "community" in many ways. Answering numerous how to pms, or putting tutorials. Nobody owes anybody here. None of us are obligated to share what we learn on our own. But why are there guys who want to pull others back down? Well, jealously. They can't stand the thought of others succeeding at what they want to do. Get over it guys. Or work hard to be successful. If you are not here to support, then why say anything. Nobody cares about negativity. I have always felt like Radicons has been a great place, and will continue to be that way. As long as it is supportive. We should be able to say what we want to say, but in a tactful way. And if you can not in some way bring a positive note to the table, do not even say anything. Stop trying to pull others down. Because the higher someone gets, the more they have trying to pull them down, and that gets old. Done with my thought for the year.