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kankucho
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Good game! Good game!

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Chorister

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For people who don't have a lot of time to trawl through a whole year's worth of threads, this is a very useful thread to remind us of possible candidates.
(2008 starts somewhere on page 14)

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geroff
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I must admit to being disappointed by the lack of satire in the nominations so far. I am thinking mainly about Theologian Of The Year category.
Are we allowed to suggest those that are patently out-of-their-tree or what?

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Grits
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quote:
Originally posted by geroff:
Are we allowed to suggest those that are patently out-of-their-tree or what?

Why? Do you really think we have some like that around here?

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Robert Armin

All licens'd fool
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Do we have any that aren't?

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Marvin the Martian

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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
For people who don't have a lot of time to trawl through a whole year's worth of threads, this is a very useful thread to remind us of possible candidates.

I disagree. The Quotes file is basically a small group of shipmates reposting things they happen to like, rather than an objective collection of worthy posts.

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Chorister

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It's definitely not objective. But it does provide some record of what people thought important enough to note at the time. Many of the threads are now in oblivion, so I found it useful as a reminder.

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comet

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quote:
Originally posted by Marvin the Martian:
I disagree. The Quotes file is basically a small group of shipmates reposting things they happen to like, rather than an objective collection of worthy posts.

haven't been quoted lately, Marv?

it's something. beats reading the entire 2008 entries in Oblivion.

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Janine

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Hell, then, is the only segment of the Ship's boards with enough oomph to have its own Denizen of the Year?

How bland, colorless and ineffectual all other regulars of all other areas must be.

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Alfred E. Neuman

What? Me worry?
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Oh, gawd. Here we go again.

I take it you won't be seconding my nomination?

Honestly - my feelings aren't hurt.

[ 19. December 2008, 02:02: Message edited by: Gort ]

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RooK

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quote:
Originally posted by Janine:
How bland, colorless and ineffectual all other regulars of all other areas must be.

I've been saying exactly that for years.
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Marvin the Martian

Interplanetary
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quote:
Originally posted by comet:
haven't been quoted lately, Marv?

[Waterworks]

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Sioni Sais
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quote:
Originally posted by Janine:
Hell, then, is the only segment of the Ship's boards with enough oomph to have its own Denizen of the Year?

How bland, colorless and ineffectual all other regulars of all other areas must be.

I can't see how anyone can justifiably win many of the awards through activity in Hell (the home of cheap shots and happy-slapping) so just as it is a separate board it deserves separate prizes to prevent "spillage".

Awards of Hell Denizen of the Year and Lamest Hell thread ought to do. There are plenty of Putdowns in Hell, but the Best must surely be delivered like a Murano dagger, within Purgatory, Eccles, Keryg or, best of all, Heaven or All Saints.

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Chorister

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Unfortunately there isn't a category for 'The Best Mystery Worship Report of the Year'. If there was, I'd give it to this one.

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Alfred E. Neuman

What? Me worry?
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quote:
Originally posted by Sioni Sais:
...There are plenty of Putdowns in Hell, but the Best must surely be delivered like a Murano dagger, within Purgatory, Eccles, Keryg or, best of all, Heaven or All Saints.

Of course! So much more opportunity for admirable nastiness cloaked in Christian propriety and good will.

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Robert Armin

All licens'd fool
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I may have missed this, but have we been told when nominations will close and the voting take place? I'm away for New Year, which means being out of computer contact for several days; I would hate to be absent for the grand finale.

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Flausa

Mad Woman
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Red Carpet Gown On

According to the rules, the nominations will close at midnight (GMT) on 31 December. The polls will be opened soon after the
close of nominations, and then the awards will be presented in an online ceremony in January.

Red Carpet Gown Off

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Patdys
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quote:
Originally posted by Flausa:
Red Carpet Gown On

According to the rules, the nominations will close at midnight (GMT) on 31 December. The polls will be opened soon after the
close of nominations, and then the awards will be presented in an online ceremony in January.

Red Carpet Gown Off

Urm, would you mind leaving the gown on. You might scare the children. [Razz]

Or over-excite Alan.

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John Donne

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Mm. Have I missed the voting or has it yet to take place?
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John Donne

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Never mind! Found Robert's thread.
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Simon

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We were hoping to get the poll threads for each category in place by today, but it's been a very busy week, and there are some issues we still have to resolve on the nominations and polls which will take longer than this weekend to sort out. So voting for the Simmies will probably start Tues or Weds next week, I think. Sorry for the delay, but putting this to a public vote (which wasn't the original plan) is a bit more complicated than I thought. Watch this space!

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Rev per Minute
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No worries - the closer to the Oscars® nomination date, the better...

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At the end of the day, we face our Maker alongside Jesus. RIP ken

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Gracious rebel

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Well its now Wednesday, and still no voting! Not that I'm getting impatient you understand, just that somehow I fear my nomination for Shipmate of the Year isn't going to do very well now, as he appears to have just got himself banned for two weeks!

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Alfred E. Neuman

What? Me worry?
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[Killing me] What unrestful shipmate worth his salt hasn't been banned for two weeks?

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Twilight

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So right, Gort!

I've always been a bit overawed by Ken's giant brain, but now that he's come down just a tiny bit toward my level, he's got my vote in the bag ...

Oh no! I'm starting to sound like a Sarah Palin fan.

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Pooks
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quote:
Originally posted by Gort:
[Killing me] What unrestful shipmate worth his salt hasn't been banned for two weeks?

Maybe we could have a padded cell on the Ship.

There will be no unrest if you don't have loonies showing their true colours off around the place. So instead of banning them, we could confine to a 'Bedlam board' those who can not follow the general rules of posting. This might help preserve the unrestful character of the Ship, because we are not only keeping on board those who are irritating to our sensibilities, but also giving them their own space to creat havoc.

I know by proposing this idea I probably belong to a padded cell myself. I am also aware that the original intention for the 'unrest' probably isn't what I had in mind, but is something far more noble. Nevertheless as a fool of a bunny, I am throwing this idea out because this might enable the Ship to keep some of the potential trail blazers who just can't keep to the straight and narrow, but who are valuable in other ways.

If it is unworkable then at least it is a laugh. [Razz]

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Pooks
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Just to clarify, I didn't see Gracious Rebel's link so my last post was drawn up without Ken in mind. It was sparked off by Gort's mentioning of banning.
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Simon

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The voting threads have now been posted. We've put a delay in the start time (the polls open tomorrow night) so that any errors or omissions can be reported in the next 24 hours and corrected before the polls open. Once the polls do open, no further changes can be made, so if you spot any problems, post about them asap, on this thread. Please be aware that some people have asked for their nomination not to go forward, which is why their name does not appear.

The closing date for voting (which will be earlier than the time posted on the polls) and the date/time of the awards ceremony will be posted here sometime soon.

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Drifting Star

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Hasn't Jengie Jon been missed off the Shipmate of the Year voting thread? She's on the nominations.

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Yorick

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quote:
Originally posted by Drifting Star:
Hasn't Jengie Jon been missed off the Shipmate of the Year voting thread? She's on the nominations.

quote:
Originally posted by Simon:
Please be aware that some people have asked for their nomination not to go forward, which is why their name does not appear.



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Drifting Star

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Thanks Yorick. [Hot and Hormonal]

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frin

Drinking coffee for Jesus
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All the polls are now open!

'frin

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Rossweisse

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If there is no obvious winner in some of the more densely inhabited contests, will there be run-offs? Some of these were tough choices.

Ross

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Alfred E. Neuman

What? Me worry?
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quote:
Originally posted by Rossweisse:
... no obvious winner

What? You mean a tie? How about we save the trouble and just toss a coin? Or better yet, co-winners? Now go do the damnable thing and vote for Gort, Hell Denizen of the Year. RooK is too arcane and Sine, too nice. If honored, I promise to restore animosity and discord to the Nether Regions no matter how liturgically lame the thread. You'll wish God were your co-pilot and Jesus the navigator.

[This message sponsored by Shipmates Against Boring Purgatorial Screeds in Hell]

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Sioni Sais
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May we campaign for nominees on the boards? If so, where and is "knocking copy" permitted?

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Flausa

Mad Woman
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Red Carpet Gown On

Once the polls are officially opened, you will be able to campaign to your heart's content on the thread attached to the poll.

Flausa
Simmies Host

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Paul.
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[Confused]

They are open. I voted last night.

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Flausa

Mad Woman
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Apologies, I apparently lost a day somewhere. [Hot and Hormonal]
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Geneviève

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Ummm, drawing on some of the legendary stories of various cities where the motto was "vote early and vote often", I wondering if we are supposed to vote just once per award, or can vote as many times as we like?

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Gracious rebel

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Geneviève, the software only allows you to vote once in each poll.

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Flausa

Mad Woman
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You can encourage others to vote (and vote specifically for your choices). I suspect some folks might even be persuaded to vote given small bribes of chocolate, but you didn't hear that from me.
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Pigwidgeon

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Darn! I already voted. I should have waited for bribes of chocolate.

(Maybe if I delete this post I can pretend I haven't voted and still accept bribes?)

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Geneviève

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quote:
Originally posted by Gracious rebel:
Geneviève, the software only allows you to vote once in each poll.

Aha, that was what Simon meant when he said there were "issues" to be sorted out before voting could commence. He must have heard about our practices here in the colonies.

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East Price Road
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In the nominations list for Wit Of The Year, the link to the post by Gildas is not working - not for me anyway.

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Sine Nomine

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Two comments in passing...

1) Although you can only vote once you can vote for yourself. (In case any of the other nominees were too modest to try and find out.)

2) I am promoting myself as the 'green candidate' for Hell Denizen of the Year, not having - or in the process of - reproducing myself, which gives me a smaller carbon footprint. Moreover disposable diapers have never (yet) been used in my house. Vote Green. Vote Nomine.

Thank-you very much for your time and attention.

-S.N.

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Flausa

Mad Woman
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Red Carpet Gown On

The thread for Gildas' link has been sent to Oblivion. We are trying to relocate it. If anyone remembers the name of the thread where the post originated that would be most helpful.

Flausa
Red Carpet Gown Off

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moron
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quote:
Originally posted by Sine Nomine:
Moreover disposable diapers have never (yet) been used in my house. Vote Green. Vote Nomine.

Until now I never wondered if anyone manufactured non-disposable adult diapers.

I am subsequently considering heuristic value in my voting but not quite ready to join this bandwagon.

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Hiro's Leap

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quote:
Originally posted by Flausa:
The thread for Gildas' link has been sent to Oblivion. We are trying to relocate it. If anyone remembers the name of the thread where the post originated that would be most helpful.

I can't remember it's name, but the thread was about the Russian invasion of Georgia so it probably started about the 24th August.
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Marvin the Martian

Interplanetary
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quote:
Originally posted by Flausa:
The thread for Gildas' link has been sent to Oblivion. We are trying to relocate it. If anyone remembers the name of the thread where the post originated that would be most helpful.

Found it.

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Hiro's Leap

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quote:
Originally posted by Marvin the Martian:
Found it.

Suck up! [Razz] (Translation: I saw you in Oblivion but you beat me to it.)
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