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papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 12:50 PM

COMPLAINT ON TQOTD CATEGORIES- EDITORS INVITED

Like many players in Sploofus, I am not the greatest when it comes to TQOTD. My TQOTD today was supposed to be in the World Events category, "it wasn't even close". My question could've been used as a Physical Science, Geography or Potpourri question, I naturally gave a wrong answer. I put in a support ticket requesting a retake because of this error and was told no "twice" by support that it was immaterial. Like I told this person, if you have a Chevy, Ford parts don't work (they disagreed). I was also told that this happens on occasion and it was a "tiny inconsistancy" that we all have to live with. Giving me another chance wouldn't be fair to all the other players and I wouldn't complain if I got it right. Those of you who know me, remember my problem with Snooker last year. I have been relativley quiet (except for joking and razzing about Snooker) since, but I really didn't like the replies I got this A.M. I didn't realize giving someone a break with something that was your fault was wrong. Also, the person who said I wouldn't have said anything if I were right must give cashiers and storekeepers every penny back when somebody made a mistake. Instead of all the new bells and whistles with 2.0, correcting "tiny inconsistancies" might have been a easier and less time consuming project than it was. I know I'm leaving myself open for ridicule and sympathy, so "FIRE AWAY".

keithr81052
Keithr81052  (Level: 144.1 - Posts: 147)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 1:11 PM

what difference does the category make, either you know the answer or your don't

bigbird
Bigbird  (Level: 239.2 - Posts: 3300)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 1:41 PM

Sorry, I'm with Keith here.

Did you wager? If you did (and lost), you obviously have a case since you are wagering on the strength of the category. If the question is in the wrong category, you clearly would not have bet on it.

But, if you didn't wager, it wouldn't matter what category the question was in. You still would have gotten that question. Either you knew it (or guessed lucky) or didn't. It wouldn't make any difference if a music question was mislabeled in the science category. I still wouldn't know it.

Alice

eesusbejesus
Eesusbejesus  (Level: 75.0 - Posts: 3645)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 1:41 PM

Maybe categories in TQOTD should just be eliminated and you get a question every day and that's it. You get what you get and you either get it right or you don't.

foogs
Foogs  (Level: 267.4 - Posts: 848)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 1:47 PM

My experience so far is that World Events includes
just about anything that has occurred in the past. That's
pretty broad and can include just about anything.

What's your rationale for a do-over?

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 1:47 PM

OK, Why do we have an exemption category?? I'm sure none of you who have responded never save a category to make a big wager, either. I read a lot of the ladies don't lie Sports Soup, what if that came up in your favorite Vocabulary or TV &Movies stuff. Touche !!!

bigbird
Bigbird  (Level: 239.2 - Posts: 3300)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 2:02 PM

Never save a category? I only wager on Science. So, yes, I save a category.

maurlin
Maurlin  (Level: 213.2 - Posts: 2670)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 2:03 PM

I'm with Bill if there was a Wager Token used OR if the question came from his exempt category. I chose to exempt Music from my TQOTD, and if I got a question under World Events asking what singer sang X in 2000, I would feel that I was had, even though it could by an enormous stretch be considered a world event. If neither of those two conditions occurred, then I'm with the rest of the group on this one.

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 2:19 PM

Foogs, I'm sticking with the rules and keeping the question out of it. In the past, in this category, I have had at least two retakes with questions that weren't as stupid as the one I had this morning. I actually like World Events, maybe, I'll get it eight or nine days in a row.

avdralle
Avdralle  (Level: 183.6 - Posts: 57)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 2:27 PM

My only complaint, so far, has been getting biology questions in the "Physical Science" category. But, by now, I know there is no other category to put it in. I still think the category should be called "Science," though. If there were a "Biology" category, that would be my excluded one.
- Tony

kaelin
Kaelin  (Level: 49.2 - Posts: 1685)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 2:30 PM

I think that probably the biggest point here is that you have a certain expectation of what type of question to expect based on category, and that when a question is clearly more suitable for a different category, is when this issue gets brought up.

I can't even fathom how many questions there are - or what it takes/took to do them - but even though we are told to send in a support ticket (which I hope was done) - you can't help but feel cheated - ESPECIALLY if you have wagered on the fact that it might be your "strength" category.

As someone who has imported massive databases for clients to create websites - errors are inevitable - I do one for our alumni association with over 30,000 grads - I even got a complaint from someone that didn't go to our school because the search engines were picking up her name on our lost/missing list with the demand that I remove her name from our database - obviously I won't do that because she has the same name as a missing grad - so needless to say she's po'd.

I know that's not the same thing - but if things like this continue to get reported - I imagine for the next party who gets that question you'll have done your good deed for the day.

Believe me I feel the pain of this based on the Tournaments as I had two puzzles with factual errors - one that actually cost me a 100% which let me tell you - I was feeling the love on that!

Not trying to downplay the aggrevation - but as much as this is Justin's baby - it is improved by our contributions and our input - and we can only keep doing that as we find issues...like the ker-blunks and the guide, etc - there's nothing so irritating to me though that I would give Sploofus up!

kaelin
Kaelin  (Level: 49.2 - Posts: 1685)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 2:32 PM

"must give cashiers and storekeepers every penny back when somebody made a mistake"

I do - I know what it's like to be rushed and then if your short in the end, it comes out of YOUR paycheck.

foogs
Foogs  (Level: 267.4 - Posts: 848)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 3:55 PM

PMB:

If the question was better suited for the category you've exempted
then I would say you have an argument. But I wouldn't expect
much sympathy from the editorial staff if you didn't wager any
points. But really, how much does it cost to give you another
question?

I'll remember this next time I get a geography question cleverly
disguised as a world events question.

jeannette
Jeannette  (Level: 110.8 - Posts: 1736)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 4:13 PM

my qotd was a vocab one i answered and it timed out went to error code so sent in a support ticket and havnt had a reply .wagered on it and am sure i got it right .so my conclusion is im doing something wrong on my suport ticket xx


eesusbejesus
Eesusbejesus  (Level: 75.0 - Posts: 3645)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 4:57 PM

So, I got back from vacation, made a wager, and got distracted by something and by the time I got back to the question, it had timed out.

I demand retribution.

Or something.

nelly
Nelly  (Level: 172.0 - Posts: 1167)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 4:58 PM

Jeanette did you click on HELP either at the top of the page to the left of LOG OFF or at the bottom of the page? That's the way to put in a Support ticket. I think some people are clicking on the 'green bug' to the right of Log off and that is only for bug reporting or suggestions and isn't checked regularly by the editors.

Karen

bbear
Bbear  (Level: 161.0 - Posts: 2301)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 5:02 PM

So, let's cheer this thread up, EBJ. Where did you go on vacation and what did you do?

By the way, in my experience the tickets are handling incredibly quickly and effeciently. I think the editors are amazing (yea Sploofizz, sucking up a bit).

Sploofus Editor
(Editor)  
Thu, 10th Jul '08 5:44 PM

PMB: I am the editor who responded to your first Support Ticket of the morning. I can only repeat here what I told you then.

I told you at the time that I could understand the complaint if you had wagered on the question; but you did not.

There was nothing confusing about the question - it was about as straightforward as one can get. The answers, I gather from your Support Ticket (remember we can only see the answer that you selected, and none of the other choices) were all one or two word choices; all very clear. One was correct. The others were wrong. And I do understand that you are not disputing the answer to the question.

You are disputing the question based on the argument that it was in the wrong category. While I am not sure that I agree that the category was wrong (there were several categories in which the question could easily have been categorized), it was not in your exempt category.

Therefore, you would have answered the question no matter which category it was in. You just didn't know the answer. We don't give bonus TQOTDs out just because a player doesn't know the answer. If that were the case, I would have had hundreds of bonus questions by now!

I don't think I have said anything here that other players didn't already say in this thread. But since you have invited Editors' comments, I figured I would just say it again.


osuzannacollage
Osuzannacollage  (Level: 132.1 - Posts: 1299)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 5:58 PM


Thank you for clarifying it. That sounds infinitely reasonable to me.

Although it doesn't cost anything for the editors to indiscriminately hand out points, it's not fair either. I'm glad that they give each particular case individual attention. Otherwise, nobody would ever miss a question or the points awarded for a correct answer, and the whole thing would be pointless as a friendly competition or individual meter of personal achievement.

Plus, if everybody sent in a support ticket for more points when they miss a question, the editors would never have time to launch quizzes, word puzzles, and whatever else they do -- especially if there's no wager involved. And as to wagering -- you puts up your money, and you takes your chances. That's the whole point. I certainly don't win them all, but it wouldn't be any fun if I did. It's all about the challenge.

My two cents.

Susan

jeannette
Jeannette  (Level: 110.8 - Posts: 1736)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 5:59 PM

hi nelly it went straight to error code ro2 so just filled that in ? maybe thats where im going wrong


Sploofus Editor
Sploofizz (Editor)  
Thu, 10th Jul '08 6:08 PM

Replying to that error code log is NOT the same as filing a Support Ticket through HELP. That log is not seen by anyone except Justin and it is a simple list for him to see how often that error appears, at what time of day, and on what operating systems and web browsers.

To request action from an Editor you MUST file a Support Ticket by ckicking on HELP (in addition to the error log and/or the Bug Report).

You are not the only one confused by this.

keithr81052
Keithr81052  (Level: 144.1 - Posts: 147)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 6:15 PM

I personally think they should do away with being able to exempt oneself from any category, everyone should just take the luck of the draw, if the category is one you know something about wager on if not, don't wager. How else can someone learn more about things they don't know?

jeannette
Jeannette  (Level: 110.8 - Posts: 1736)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 6:15 PM

thanks sploolfizz is it too late now doh my brain hurts lol


jeannette
Jeannette  (Level: 110.8 - Posts: 1736)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 6:16 PM

i do all the catorgaries rubbish at some not too bad on others

Sploofus Editor
(Editor)  
Thu, 10th Jul '08 6:18 PM

Jeannette: The bug reports are not seen by the editors; they are only seen by Justin. To bring a matter to the attention of the Editors, you need to submit a Support Ticket. To do that, go to the "Help" link at the top of the page (next to your name), click on the closest issue, and fill out the form. On most days you will get an answer back within a couple of hours. Sometimes we shock ourselves, and it is within a matter of minutes.

But remember, there are a limited number of things that we can do for players. We do not have the keys to the whole kingdom.

jeannette
Jeannette  (Level: 110.8 - Posts: 1736)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 6:24 PM

thanks sploofinder aka editor have submited a ticket correctly i hope thankyou again for the help , x j

eesusbejesus
Eesusbejesus  (Level: 75.0 - Posts: 3645)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 6:28 PM

This site needs a how-to manual. Its annoying that people have to get proper instructions from other players or trying to search through threads. There is no indication from anything that you do that the green bug doesn't go to editors and you must use the help button to do that.

jeannette
Jeannette  (Level: 110.8 - Posts: 1736)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 6:38 PM

i think i got a rap on the knuckles there lol and i agree with you essus clearer instructions would be good x

mplaw51
Mplaw51  (Level: 179.5 - Posts: 1582)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 7:12 PM

I kind of agree and I kind of don't. We need instructions sure but everyone is always on here asking and advising each each on how to do just about anything including manuevering around in 2.0. That's the whole idea of Sploofus isn't it? Input by members? Granted, Justin must have parameters that are set and EASY to follow but I must admit, I've never read them all the way through. I get all my excellent info from the members.
I'll tiptoe away now.....

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 7:37 PM

To Editor Sploofinder. Your response is as clear to me now as it was before I started this thread. Bill, you are right but you didn't wager, so you're wrong. If I didn't answer anything, would I have been right then ?? Sometimes this site is like NASCAR rules are made and changed as time goes by. I am not going to waste anymore time on this subject and wait until tomorrow. I really do wish everyone could see how stupid this question was and I have to make a jerk out of myself by complaining. Finally, I wasn't asking for any points from anyone, I just wanted a correct question for the correct category. I think I'll go to McDonalds and ask for Pepsi and accept Coke. Nite all.

bbear
Bbear  (Level: 161.0 - Posts: 2301)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 7:45 PM

Or... you could go to a tavern and ask for Grey Goose and accept Absolute....may be a better thing for your current mood.

osuzannacollage
Osuzannacollage  (Level: 132.1 - Posts: 1299)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 7:57 PM


Bill, at the risk of offending you (which is certainly not my intention at all) -- this has been beaten to death. I understand your point, but it's already been dealt with by an editor. It seems to be a most intelligent and well thought-out conclusion. How much time needs to go into this? I'm sure that your point has been taken and considered. Personally, I'd rather see more quizzes get launched in the time it would take to devote more time to this issue.

The editors are volunteers with a job that borders on Customer Service. You're holding up the line. I'm truly sorry that you're unhappy with the decision, but a decision has been reached. Give it a rest already. Next!

haydn
Haydn  (Level: 198.4 - Posts: 254)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 8:06 PM

Or...you could go to a fine dining restaurant and order a black napkin and accept a white one.

rnmorg
Rnmorg  (Level: 128.2 - Posts: 690)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 10:25 PM

Wait a minute...using your McDonald's analogy, are you saying that you REQUESTED one category, but received a question from another? I don't understand. My exempt category is sports. If I were to wager on a vocabulary question that turned out to be something like: How many yards in a down? Then I would raise high holy hell. BUT. If I were to receive a books and authors question in movies, then I'd just continue on unless I knew or found out that it was patently incorrect. Are you saying that the question was not correct? I'm so confused here. I don't spend a lot of time overANALyzing my QOTD either, so that could be the problem...

zeedee
Zeedee  (Level: 224.6 - Posts: 1088)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 10:47 PM

I had no idea it was possible to challenge a question because it was in the wrong category. I did wager in the Vocabulary category recently and got a question about golf (Sport is my exempted category). Are we saying here that I could have challenged my loss of a billion points?

kaelin
Kaelin  (Level: 49.2 - Posts: 1685)
Thu, 10th Jul '08 10:50 PM

depends I guess if it was vocabulary related about golf - which I'm assuming it must not have been.

I would absolutely have reported it - just keep your info - and send in a support ticket (help button) and patiently wait.

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 4:22 AM

Zeedee- Go to Help on the bottom of this page, hit TQOTD then you will see a link that says the question for TQOTD is the wrong category. check it out. Maybe a few others who think I'm cracking up should give it a look too. My category was World Events and the question should've been in three other categories but that one.

barnierubble
Barnierubble  (Level: 93.9 - Posts: 637)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 4:52 AM

Stop complaining about getting a question wrong, bill. We all get some wrong. If you are not careful. I will send you multipul questions on Tiddlywinks, so there. LOL

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 5:47 AM

With multipul questions, I'm sure I will.

felix
Felix  (Level: 109.3 - Posts: 2500)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 6:01 AM

I once got a question regarding Shakespeare on in the Sports category. On a day to day basis it's not a big deal, but when you wager it seem wrong to get duped. I did request a do over and actually received it. God Bless Our Troops!

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 6:29 AM

Felix, that is the only time they will own up to a bad question. If it is bad once, it should be bad fifty times, no exceptions.

felix
Felix  (Level: 109.3 - Posts: 2500)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 6:36 AM

I guess it's all in who handles your support ticket. Obviously mine was worked by someone with far more points than myself. I'm sure I posed no threat to them. Let's not return to the subject of how unfair it is to be a player and a staff member as well. A good day to all.

snakes
Snakes  (Level: 219.3 - Posts: 101)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 6:43 AM

Black Napkins... great tune.

felix
Felix  (Level: 109.3 - Posts: 2500)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 6:52 AM

BTW! A Nas(ty)car question once came up in the Sports category, too. It was more of a numbers question, as it asked about the ratio of drunks to wife beaters in the parking lot, or something like that. Check out Josh Sneed on YouTube. His views on Stocking Car racing (while not my own) are very perceptive. Let's be careful out there today.

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 6:54 AM

Felix, I didn't like it when Barbara Bednarek graded my papers either.

bearpaw
Bearpaw  (Level: 50.7 - Posts: 155)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 7:06 AM

1-800-Wa-Wa

spacecat
Spacecat  (Level: 158.5 - Posts: 667)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 7:43 AM

About 2 months ago I wagered and lost 2 million points when the Shakespeare question on Sports came up. Believe it or not I did not ask for a do over. Perhaps I should have. Yesterday I wagered on Sports and got a Geography type question. This time I got the correct answer. There are many questions were categories may overlap but overall I tend to agree with PMB. All the best to everyone.

heidi
Heidi  (Level: 36.2 - Posts: 694)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 9:44 AM

Most likly the reason I seldom if ever wager nor stage a showdown. I know. I know. I'm old and no fun but since the database has increased fir the question of the day have found I may go for days on a winning streak and then get a really'"off the wall"one. Don't like to believe those ae the kind the editors are now writing-not editor bashing either just many changes here I am not fond of but that is just me an old "crone"!! Linda

kaelin
Kaelin  (Level: 49.2 - Posts: 1685)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 10:07 AM

I've found that I'm not fond of the ratio of rap questions that I seem to get on Music & Musicians - I'm sure that many are covered - but I think the system sees that it's "Kaelin" and specifically chooses rap so that I will lose.

MMMMM....gouda

heidi
Heidi  (Level: 36.2 - Posts: 694)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 10:41 AM

Just a word of explanation about my last post. I did not always live in Detroit. I grew up in a small town in the western part of Michigan. I am old enough to remember "outdoor privys" days of radio and not TV. Could probably never go back with any kind of comfort to those days. What I do miss and remember with fondnesss is never even thinking of locking your door, neighbors there in a second to help if my dad became ill, and things like picnics in a crime free park or by the unpolluted lake nearby. Guess what I am attempting to say is that when I first joined Sploofuus it was a "small town". Now it has grown into a big city. Many authors of remown have stated one can't "go back" but the longing remains-Linda

Sploofus Editor
(Editor)  
Fri, 11th Jul '08 11:39 AM

First off, it is important to remember editors can NOT edit TQOTDs questions unless they are the person who wrote it. Everyday, theoretically. every TQOTD in the system is given to someone. Some to several someones. The number of support tickets generated from this is small. This is to say the percent of errors within the overall TQOTD is thankfully small...but none the less annoying to the victim of the error, and to us, who are often helpless to fix it.

Within the thousands of TQOTDs questions are about a thousand that were written before the advent of editors, so none of those are currently editable. Also, over the course of time some editors have retired from the ranks. None of their questions, of which there are hundreds, are editable. Justin has said he will eventually find time to program it so at least some of us will have "super" access to edit all TQOTDs. We all yearn for that day. It cannot come too soon for any of us.

In the cases where people have wagered on a question that are found or known to be in error, it is routine to adjust the person's score and points back to their original level, and to return their lost wager token, shaker of salt, and to also provide them with a new question. We do not have the ability to pick the category of the new question, so it is luck of the draw.

In the cases of errors not involving a wager, and where the question is wrong. Like say, "Which of the follow birds is not extinct? Dodo - Passenger Pigeon - Great Auk - Elephant Bird - Willow Ptarmigan? And the correct answer is listed as "passenger Pigeon" instead of the correct answer, which is "Willow Ptarmigan", then it is standard procedure to give a person a new question.

In the case where the question is correct, but in the wrong category, we do not make adjustments unless it is from the category listed as the person's exempt category. Let's say you get a questions listed as Physical Science such as, Which instrument was played by jazz legend Miles Davis? Trumpet - Piano - Guitar - Saxophone - Drums with the correct answer being trumpet, which is correct. In that case, no adjustment would be made, UNLESS the taker has Music & Musicians listed as their exempt category. Why? Basically because that person could have just as easily gotten the question under the correct category on any given day, and would have had to answer it. It is unlikely that being in the incorrect category contributed to them not giving the correct answer.

In addition, consider a question in which the proper category is somewhat ambiguous. Which element was discovered by Marie Curie? The correct answer could be Polonium or Radium. It is reasonable to assume this should be listed in Physical Science. That is the best category. But anything could go into Trivia Potpourri, so it would be technically correct. We could also stretch and say it is admissible in World Events of even Vocabulary. Once we gain the ability to edit questions, I would expect it to be recategorized into Physical Science, because that is obviously the most correct answer.

A secondary issue would be if Radium and Polonium are both listed as possible answers. In that case we customarily provide a do over.

felix
Felix  (Level: 109.3 - Posts: 2500)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 12:53 PM

Cooter!

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 2:54 PM

Editor person. In other words, don't question the system.

felix
Felix  (Level: 109.3 - Posts: 2500)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 4:11 PM

That's not the way I took it, Bill. It was more like 'Hey, I'm an editor and you're not.' If everyone just knew their place in world.

keithr81052
Keithr81052  (Level: 144.1 - Posts: 147)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 4:28 PM

pmb maybe you should just start your own trivia website then you could run it anyway you wanted to and give yourself all the points you want, give the editors a break, I think all in all they do a very good job

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 5:36 PM

Hey Keith, I'm trying to let things cool off a little. Your idea seems like an interesting thought. I'll have to talk with my people and see what they think. thanks Buddy !!

chickfbref1
Chickfbref1  (Level: 120.7 - Posts: 2012)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 6:02 PM

I have found that the editors are usually very helpful. I have had a couple DOOZIES come up on wager questions and then I get pissed, but usually it's at my own stupidity. When the question is really wrong, they have always given me my points back and a QOTD. That being said, in over 3 years, I probably have submitted 5 error reports.

Two things Bill, a question frequently fits into at least two catagories. For example "In what historic city were the first Olympic Games held?". That could be Sports, Geography and Potpouri. So, no ONE catagory is right, and depending on your perspective, one fits better than the other. If your a history freak, then you would know based on your knowledge of history, not sports. If you're a sports freak, obviously history does not factor into it.

Secondly Bill, don't know where you're reading but a TON of us "ladies" LOVE SPORTS. I kinda figured that since the Cubs have a better record than the Sox right now, you're just in a bitchy mood!!! GO CUBS!!

Peace out...
Chick FB Ref....

chickfbref1
Chickfbref1  (Level: 120.7 - Posts: 2012)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 6:04 PM

OMG I can't spleel todae.

you all get the stupid ideaases.

wordster
Wordster  (Level: 159.2 - Posts: 909)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 7:48 PM

Lighten up on the editors. On the whole they seem to be very reasonable. Remember they do the job voluntarily for YOUR BENEFIT! They are probably dealing with many 100's of support tickets and 100's of quizzes a week and patiently answering queries on this messageboard too. I thought the whole point of sploofusing was to have fun and learn things along the way. This week Sploofusionist was able to catch my Trivia Square before it was launched with 2 errors. I am relieved and grateful and I know I would have got numerous complaints if it had. I look forward to it's launch now that I've been able to edit it.

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 8:01 PM

Chickie, I am "NOT" a White Sox fan, even though I lived about 15 minutes away rom the park. I was such a Cubs fan, some thought I was Phil Caveretta's illegitimet son. I was one of the fools who would sit out there with 1,500 people when it was 35 degrees outside. I also had personalized beer vendors, too. I also almost fell off the top of the right field wall during a game in 1969, no joke. I still bleed "Blue". Cubs won today 3-1

lettermanfan1
Lettermanfan1  (Level: 88.3 - Posts: 486)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 8:28 PM

OMG OMG. Still with TQOTD stuff? Will it never end?

papermanbill
Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Fri, 11th Jul '08 8:34 PM

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