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Online Comics => Escape From Terra => Topic started by: Andreas on August 15, 2012, 08:05:52 am

Title: Vote for EFT2
Post by: Andreas on August 15, 2012, 08:05:52 am
http://www.freedombookclub.com/ BOTM nominee for september.  (saw it on Scott's twitter feed bot)
Now if ever is the time, right?
Title: Re: Vote for EFT2
Post by: SandySandfort on August 15, 2012, 09:09:40 pm
http://www.freedombookclub.com/ BOTM nominee for september.  (saw it on Scott's twitter feed bot)
Now if ever is the time, right?

There is some stiff competition, but a good showing would be really great.
Title: Re: Vote for EFT2
Post by: wdg3rd on August 15, 2012, 10:52:40 pm
Done.  Yeah, there's some competition.  I think I first met David Friedman at one of SEK3's parties at a Westercon back when I was in the USAF.  I won't say how long ago that was, but _The Probability Broach_ hadn't been published yet.
Title: Re: Vote for EFT2
Post by: Andreas on August 16, 2012, 04:48:50 am
And take a second to read the vote sharing rules: For instance, providing a valid e-mail address will quintuple your vote.
Title: Re: Vote for EFT2
Post by: wdg3rd on August 16, 2012, 06:56:54 am
And take a second to read the vote sharing rules: For instance, providing a valid e-mail address will quintuple your vote.

I have a good dozen valid email addresses, but since I use the same real name with all of them (and I always identify myself, why waste my taxes to have the government spend extra effort to find the author of my subversive opinions?) I only use one of them for voting.
Title: Re: Vote for EFT2
Post by: Andreas on August 17, 2012, 02:15:17 am
And take a second to read the vote sharing rules: For instance, providing a valid e-mail address will quintuple your vote.

I have a good dozen valid email addresses, but since I use the same real name with all of them (and I always identify myself, why waste my taxes to have the government spend extra effort to find the author of my subversive opinions?) I only use one of them for voting.

Besides, casting multiple votes would be unethical, even if they don't specifically prohibit it.
And they might rightly choose to disregard suspicious votes if unusual activity is detected.