Discussion in 'Your Projects' started by Minus, Feb 18, 2009.
Glad to see I wasn't the only one having problems
I've been calling you that ever since I found out what your real name was.
wish i could say the same. I still don't know your name.
I've submitted mine. It's the best I could do with the topic I got haha
For full disclosure, Will has been disqualified from the competition, as he has informed me that he accidentally revealed his theme.
Are the entrants allowed to vote? I'm guessing that, if we are, we aren't allowed to vote for our own entries/themes.
I'll make a concentrated effort on mine when I have free time today. I still only have two lines and a load of ideas.
Yes you are, and yes you aren't allowed to vote for your ENTRY. You can vote for any except your entry. You can still vote for the theme you wrote, I would think. Unless you think you'll be bias to that theme.
You're right. Now that I think about it it's not quite so likely that people will be biased towards their own theme.
I'm almost done.
Just a reminder that one week has passed since the actual competition has begun. Please start getting your entries in to me as soon as possible. This isn't set in stone, but I'm looking at the deadline to be in a week and a half, meaning Thursday, 12:00AM Central Time.
Hurry up people, I want to see everyones' entries
Quoted for the truth.
I can't wait to see who did what with mine.
Hmmm. I wrote one but it's horrible, so yeah I guess I'll submit it later on tonight.
Sorry to double post, but.. my computer died, so I lost the poem I wrote. BUT! fear not, I wrote a new one... haha. So I'll just submit that one right now
How many more are we waiting on to submit their poems now, Kayce?
I believe we have 3 left to submit. Remember, deadline is Wednesday!
I kind of wish I wouldn't have been honest now and told you that I'd revealed my theme on accident, but I figured you'd have found out anyway since I posted it on Twitter.
What was your theme, Will? Or are you not allowed to mention it again?
I'll wait till after to say.
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