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May 27, 2005

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christin

guess i'm excluded.

John Rickards

And quite right too. We let you in and we'll have to let everyone in!

christin

ok i just read the actual contest and now i'm officially mad. I could actually write something decent along these lines! why the hell is Illinois out?????
Rickards are you behind this?

John Rickards

I am. And I'd do it again, do it again in an instant I tell you!!

AHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

Bryon

John couldn't have had anything to do with this. There's nary a weasel or goat to be found. No, this reeks of Sarah's cattiness. Sure, on the face of things she may seem to be your friend, but everyone really knows she hates you.

Sarah

Yeah, but as far as I can see, Canadians aren't legal residents of anywhere. Including Canada.

Otis

As a resident of Jupiter - the planet, not the town in Florida where Burt Reynolds used to operate a dinner theater...

(see Lit-Idol pictures and discussion of the McDermid measurement unit below in SHOTS magazine entry)

I am 4.672 years old - well under the age limit. And since I live "west" of Illinois, am I eligible for this competition?

If I am disqualified by some Earth-centric bias, I am willing to perpetrate a fraud and ghost write an entry for any illiterate slacker willing to act as my "front." The organizers at Random House should be O.K. with this. After all, "You can't trust anyone over 30."

Tanik

Just found out about this....it's interesting, though - if this book becomes a bestseller, wouldn't even the grand prize winner be screwed out of some primo royalties? Just a thought.

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