RevMen's picks for the January 29th 2007 elections

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    I mostly agree.

    -LS

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    And so do I.

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    I agree with most of those choices. I would like to see a thread from mrgraff stating his intentions if he was elected Minister of Discussion, but as it is, Cometgreen will get my vote as of the moment. I haven’t decided who to vote for as Minister of Film Ratings, though. I need to re-read the candidates’ threads again.

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    “Shale” wrote: Cometgreen will get my vote as of the moment. I haven’t decided who to vote for as Minister of Film Ratings, though. I need to re-read the candidates’ threads again.

    No nepotism?

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    I mostly agree with RevMen, but I am still undecided between Cometgreen and mrgraff. The second is the more reliable, but the first has a better plan and has gained a lot of respect from me with his campaign.

    Stefan.

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    “Stefan” wrote: I mostly agree with RevMen, but I am still undecided between Cometgreen and mrgraff. The second is the more reliable, but the first has a better plan and has gained a lot of respect from me with his campaign.

    Stefan.

    aye

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    “Sprinkles” wrote: I’m not Watson, but I still aprove this message.
    well, most of it

    “Sprinkles” wrote: [quote=”Stefan”]I mostly agree with RevMen, but I am still undecided between Cometgreen and mrgraff. The second is the more reliable, but the first has a better plan and has gained a lot of respect from me with his campaign.

    Stefan.

    aye[/quote]

    Was that the reason for your small-print?

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    I approve YOUR message, Watson.

    I know you were holding your breath.

    -Nos

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    “dewfilms” wrote: Unless someone blows me away with an outstanding plan for spam, profanity, or an issue not yet discussed…my vote is undecided.

    I think that this is a pretty unreasonable hope that a few people seem to hold. Because, let’s face it, we have a pretty good community. Whoever the people end up electing, I don’t see all that much drastically changing in the forums, as Rev’s policies and the current mods have kept everything quite civil for the last few years. My only interest in the position is because I’ve noticed for a long time now that some people get confused as to the actual rules of the site, and think that could be improved. I don’t believe there is any solution to stopping spammers from entering the community or keep people from letting a cuss out, other than vigilant mods and an active community.

    Anyway, I like Rev’s list. And given RP Hoogle’s unfortunate choice of allegiance (note: I don’t mean the LotR party), Lechnology gets my vote by default.

    Cometgreen

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