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iluvurtoes (0) 01-14-07  10:41pm
No Badges TRUST USER?   YES (0), NO (1)
Status: Current Member for over 1 year (at the time of review).
Pros: For Starters Goddess Heather has to have THe Best looking feet on the web hands down; toes out...I have for years searched online for a domme that really overstood what a Foot Fetishist is looking for..With her 24 hour desk and FOOT CAM included in the membership , great quality on movies and Even has som availiable FOR THE IPOD...You can actually talk and the Goddess responds unlike many chats I have visited in the past...LOTS and LOts of Great STRAP-ON play, and MOST important HER FEET!!Perfec
Cons: none
Bottom Line: Any foot fetishist or ESpecially body building LOvers, and arse rape victims this is a must to be able to surf in your search for that one good ahhh....I recommend anyone who can relate to anything said above believe me, THIS IS THE REAL GODDESS and it's is relieving to adore her Beauty..The Goddess even gives you access to like 2- other Hot chics completely freee for members..Goo at least see for yourself

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As I have elsewhere, I have to (personally) observe that reviews that are extremely one sided and lacking objectivity tend to lose a certain measure of credibility when offered as an unbiased review. I fully understand that members of "fan" sites can be extremely loyal and understand them sharing their enthusiasm. What I don't do is assume that such unabashed loyalty will be a good indicator of how I will feel about the site.

The "Recommended rating guidelines" here shows 100 as a perfect site with little to improve. For myself, despite ten years of experience with adult sites and being inside the members' area of hundreds of pay sites, I've yet to come upon a PERFECT site. Maybe I'm just overly critical.

The only point being, each user here must decide for themselves if obviously one-sided reviews are truly representative of the experience they can expect from the site.

01-15-07  10:32am

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SnowDude (214) REPLY TO #1 - Khan :

As with another site that got a 100 rating, my reply to the review was a bit critical of it getting such a high score. In this case, the site hasn't even been given an express review on TBP which means it's likely a low priority site. That said, the site does look intrguing and I wish she had a limited full access trial which almost always hooks me in to niche sites that interest me. Her price isn't too bad, especially since the tour indicates above average picture quality in her sets. Bottom line? This kind of review has absolutely no effect on my decision about joining because it's written by someone with a huge bias. Perhaps that bias is well earned, but it doesn't really help the rest of us.
01-31-07  12:29pm

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REPLY TO #2 - SnowDude :

Touching on the part of your reply that says ...
"... the site hasn't even been given an express review on TBP which means it's likely a low priority site ..."

I'm told that because there are so many sites wanting an official TBP review, that these days, reviews are only done after the site owner requests one. To do a review the reviewers need access to the site so other than brand new listings, if no express review has been done it's generally because the owner/webmaster has not requested one and/or hasn't provided access inside the site.

As far as your other comments ...
I think it's obvious from my initial reply that I tend to agree. However, because of my status as a staffer, I won't dwell on it (or say it every time) least I discourage users from submitting their opinions of a site. That said, it's perfectly appropriate for *you* to let other users know how you feel about their reviews if/when you feel so inclined.

01-31-07  12:53pm

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SnowDude (214) REPLY TO #3 - Khan :

Thanks for the feedback Khan since I, like everyone else here, is learning as we go what's approprite to comment on and what's not. Personally I've tried to limit my replies to sites I've honestly thought of joining and offering comments mostly on sites where I was a member but longer than 6 months ago. Hopefully that's appropriate.

As for the "low priority" comment, it says on TBP that Heather's site is low priority and I made an assumption about what that meant. I had the idea in my head that it had to do with site traffic, but I'll admit right now that I had absolutely no basis for that conclusion. So, I apologize if that's untrue.

01-31-07  01:28pm

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REPLY TO #4 - SnowDude :

Please know we appreciate Users limiting official Reviews to sites they're currently members of OR have been a member of w/in the last six months. The reasoning here is to ensure Reviews are based on current observations. Past six months, not only is there the chance the site has changed, but also that the reviewer's memory isn't as fresh as it might be.

Note that Comments don't carry the 6 month time limit that Reviews do. Though imo, it's fair to say about how long ago your observations are based on.

As far as your (or anyone's) replies to a fellow Users' review, I don't see any problem with you asking questions or mentioning how a reviewer can provide more helpful information. Obviously, being mindful that we're all entitled to our individual opinions will help keep such suggestions constructive.

As you've mentioned, we're all learning as we go here. As reviewers learn what kind of information their fellow users find helpful, I'm confident most will want to include it. After all, it's all about having enough useful information to base your buying decisions on, right?

With regards to the "low priority" comment ... no need to apologize. I simply passed on what I was told was *generally* the reason why a site may not have at least an express review. I'm guessing there are any number of actual reasons this might be the case.

01-31-07  03:26pm

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