Kannos Re-instated on FA

This petition is to get Kannos re-instated on FA. Throughout the past 2.5 years, well over 200 commissions ranging from small sketches to full illustrations have been completed using a strict 'pay upon completion' policy with great success, marking a huge turn-around from previous business conduct which caused the original issues on FA. Furthermore, backlogged work has been actively worked on with approx. 50% of the known work being completed and the remaining pieces being worked on. You may view a journal with testimonials from actual clients here: https://inkbunny.net/journalview.php?id=83294 Kannos is requesting re-instatement on FA so that she may work on that site as well under her highly successful 'pay upon completion' policy which she has been using on Inkbunny. If you would like to see Kannos re-instated on FA, please sign this petition. Thank you for your time!

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    Olga, France

    1 year ago Have you commissioned Kannos on Inkbunny?: No
    Do you feel that a 'pay upon artwork completion' policy can pose any risk to the CLIENT/BUYER? If you think it is, please specify why.: Yes
    Comments: And by being that lazy and afraid thelsemves of the popular kids, they inadvertently gave them real power over the rest of the class. Those bullies had most of the class under their thumb because everyone knew the teacher was on their side and if you crossed them, the teachers would use CP on you, not them. The CP didn't scar me, but the injustice of it did. While they didn't abuse us, they did abuse the use of CP in my opinion. Yet is there a better solution? The kids will still be punished regardless. I don't know Korea's system well enough to say if it compares easily to America, but from what I've heard it does sound very similar to Japan's. In Japan, they got rid of CP a long time ago and in the good schools this causes no problem, but in the bad ones it's made a bad problem far worse. In those places, the kids are sometimes out of control. They openly bully the kids and sometimes even the ALTs. The worst punishment they might get is a good yelling at from the principal. They simply stand there, heads down, going Hai the entire time and when it's over they leave and go and do it again. They don't care. From their perspective they can do whatever they want, it's not like their heading anywhere in life. They're already regarded as heading for the dregs of society and don't see how they can make it any worse by being bastards to those around them. In one severe incident that got passed through the ALT channels there was an ALT who was being tortured by one of his JHS students. The worst incident happened when he was biking home one day and this kid came running at him, throwing rocks. He managed to get away unharmed, but when he came to school the next day to report it, the school did the usual yell at the student and then ask the ALT to forgive him. Forgive him for rocks ? The ALT had to change his pattern and keep a watch out, but even then it didn't stop this JHS kid from trying to push him down a flight of stairs. (He believed the kid was mentally unstable and all the teachers did so as well.) Nobody would do anything. Explaining didn't have any effect on this child, but that was all the adults were willing to do against him. This very kid even seriously beat another kid, breaking one of the other child's ribs, and all the school did was ask the beaten child's parents to please keep hushed about it. The bully was never ex pulsed or anything. They don't do that here in Japan, not in JHS. And demerits and detention are out of the question since those would interfere with club activities. I saw a previous poster on this forum mention that if he was hit, he would hit back. I wonder, if a student hits a teacher, throws rocks at him, tries to push him down a flight of stairs, does the teacher have the right to do those things back?
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    Maxi, China

    1 year ago Have you commissioned Kannos on Inkbunny?: -
    Do you feel that a 'pay upon artwork completion' policy can pose any risk to the CLIENT/BUYER? If you think it is, please specify why.: No
    Comments: hi!,I really like your wrtiing so so much! percentage we keep up a correspondence more about your post on AOL? I require a specialist in this area to resolve my problem. Maybe that is you! Taking a look ahead to see you.
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    Lilou, Czech Republic

    1 year ago Have you commissioned Kannos on Inkbunny?: Yes
    Do you feel that a 'pay upon artwork completion' policy can pose any risk to the CLIENT/BUYER? If you think it is, please specify why.: Yes
    Comments: Canada has to treat its veterans with unndrstaeding. compassion and compensation for their losses, whether health, mind or limb. This begins with immediate legislative amendments to the New Veterans Charter, so that those conditions that benefited veterans and their pensions prior to 2006 are re-instated and that all veterans from 2006 and into the future be treated as one for all and all for one.
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