Discussion Thread for April 2007 Member Photo Edit Contest! (Winner Announced!)

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posted on May, 4 2007 @ 01:18 AM
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So who won mods? I received a U2U with some info, which means that the winner and participants are being voted on.

When is the big announcement?

Also, I wanted to thank everyone who submitted. I enjoyed seeing everyones work and interpretations.




posted on May, 5 2007 @ 06:16 AM
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This was a load of fun and I can't wait until the results are in. There were fantastic submissions here.

Also I can't wait until the next photo edit contest begins...



posted on May, 5 2007 @ 07:22 AM
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While we're waiting for the results (and we know how long that can take
), I will make a public apology for my previous faux pas.

My offering for the day:


Iyar 16

Their tongue is like a sharp arrow (Jeremiah 9:7).


Some people would never physically injure another person. The sight or even the thought of violence makes them cringe. They may not realize that their words can cause more damage than their fists ever could. A physical injury eventually heals and may even be forgotten, but an insulting word can penetrate to the depths of someone's being and continue to reverberate, long after a mere physical wound would have healed.

I have seen this phenomenon in my own practice. Many children are spanked by their parents. Still, with the exception of cases of severe abuse, my patients rarely, if ever, mention the spanking as a trauma. Not so with degrading words. After thirty or more years, patients will remember having been called "stupid," "rotten," or "a no-good bum." A child who was not spanked, but was instead disciplined with shame and made to feel that he or she was a disgrace, is likely to retain that feeling for decades and may harbor an attitude of shame that affects everything that he or she does.

While we are taught to refrain from striking out in anger, we are far less restrained when it comes to verbal lashings. Whether we direct them towards spouses, children, or peers, we should be aware of the impact that words can have. The verse cited above correctly describes the tongue as a sharp, penetrating arrow, which can be every bit as lethal as any physical weapon.

Some people have a wise custom. When they become angry, they clamp their lips tightly. The anger will safely dissipate and the words which could have stung for years never come out.

Today I shall ...
... try to avoid words that may be injurious to another person.


And pictures.



posted on May, 9 2007 @ 09:45 PM
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I always love these contests, I really do. Whether I ever really have a chance of winning or not is no matter, the fun is in the participating.

But - (there's always a but) the long waiting period for the judges to arrive at a winner is killing me. (drums fingers)

So, how is the voting coming? Inquiring minds would like to know....

*sits on edge of seat in anticipation of the announcement of the winner*



posted on May, 13 2007 @ 10:04 PM
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And The Winner Is...



First off, Apologies for the slight delay on the announcement. I've been a little delayed on getting to our judges, and now another slight delay in having the results passed onto our fine participants. But, we do have the results, and we do have a winner. This was a very close competition, and it was jumbled right from the bottom, all of the way to the top.

Below you will find a list of all participants, and your overall score from all of our judges. Keep in mind that a perfect score would be 40.

Here we go...

whatukno (1st Entry) - 20
whatukno (2nd Entry) - 21
ben91069 - 22
Rasobasi420 - 27
Regenmacher - 35
Mechanic 32 (1st Entry) - 29
nextguyinline - 29
Xphiles - 36
Modemizer - 22
Mechanic 32 (2nd Entry) - 25
psyopswatcher - 20
lord sword - 20
maria_stardust - 35

 
 


Xphiles squeaks out the victory! This member will be rewarded with 10,000 BTS Points.

Expect to see another competition up and running later in the month.

Thanks to all those who participated and I look forward to seeing these great efforts in the future.

All The Best,
chissler



posted on May, 14 2007 @ 02:28 AM
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Congratulations, Xphiles!!!

Wow, it was really close for first place! Quite a few entries there, that I liked a lot.

See you guys next time!

[edit on 5/14/2007 by Mechanic 32]



posted on May, 14 2007 @ 07:20 AM
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Way to go, Xphiles! Congrats on a job well done!!!!



posted on May, 14 2007 @ 02:12 PM
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Great job Xphiles!
Glad to see that you won!

I can't wait for the next photo, it's good practice for me to develop my artistry skills.

Good job everyone there were some really clever entries into this contest!



posted on May, 15 2007 @ 12:28 AM
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Wow thanks, I'm surprised.. I really hope they make Blades of Glory II
... All the entries where great, can't wait to do it again.



posted on May, 15 2007 @ 07:36 PM
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Nicely done, XPhiles, nicely done.






 
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