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Originally posted by Haveme1or2:
Reading every post in a karma trying to find that a winner was picked is way too much ..


It really isn't. I've found at most you may be talking the 2 most recent pages. How hard is that?



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How hard is that?


And it is even easier if one doesn't enter karma drawings at all. Wink




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Manager picks the nicest gift. I tell the manager to go put it in their vehicle.


I’m curious. Was the manager a Siamese conjoined twin, or is the use of the plural pronoun some of that confusing-as-hell-but-politically-correct modern writing?


Would you have preferred I called the manager out by name? I’m far from politically correct, nor am I a professional author.

Just assume the manager is a Siamese twin. You’ll be less frustrated. Wink



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Balzé Halzé:now I see that you're about as bright as a black hole, and twice as dense. Good lord.
The “lol” thread
 
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Sounds great to me! Please include me in your generous offer!!! LOL


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I just got blind posted in the classifieds
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As for karma's, I think I'm 2 for 5 on giving stuff away here. Try as I might, no responses from the "winners".

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Well it isn’t exactly a one way street. The last karma the guys says he’ll pick on Friday. So what does he do? Picks on Wednesday afternoon. Never mods the title and guess what? People are still joining the karma. Lol

Whether they should or not, people aren’t reading 8 pages of a thread to figure out if it’s over. Especially when the first post says it’s over in three more days.

Oh well, it’s not exactly ELE category problems.
 
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You should get a 1974 Datsun 620.
 
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You should get a 1974 Datsun 620.


 
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We had a red (ish, that paint sucked hard) Datsun B210. It is the specific car I refer to whenever my kids complain about anything car related. I tell them, “you know what we considered a great car when we were kids?” “A car that started MOST of the time”.

I was quite proficient at spraying that starter fluid stuff into a carburetor.
 
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