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A mason in Dallas has a web site:

http://www.fulldesign.com/gallery/Masonry

With images of his work, including this one:



Another mason in Dallas also has a web site, showing off his work.

Except, he was using the above image and claiming it as one of his jobs.

The first mason's son is the web page designer for the first web site. He noticed some unusual web traffic, and found that one of the images on his father's web site was being linked to. He went and saw what it was being used for, got mad, and changed the file name of the mailbox picture and replaced the mailbox image with the one that is now showing up on the second mason's web site. Take a look at the upper left image on this web site:

http://www.mastermasonry.com/mailboxes.html

In case the other guy fixes his site, this was the image-
http://fulldesign.com/gallery/albums/Masonry/05660015_G.jpg
 

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Wow, there is just so much wrong with that picture that I don't know where to start... ;)

Direct-linking to images - bad nettiquette! That'll teach him.
 

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:p :p :p :p :p

OMG that is about the funniest thing I has seen/heard in quite a while! The real funny thing will be how long it stays up!
 

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A buddy of mine had the same thing happen. He put up an eBay auction, and someone put up an auction shortly after that for the same item, but a link directly to the picture my friend took of the item in the auction.

My friend eMailed him, but the guy wouldn't take it down, so he changed the picture to a "blue dolphin" woman pleaser. It was hilarious.
 

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So righteous.
 
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