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your giveaway, your rules, man, has nothing to do with trust imo, if u ask me it’s no one’s business how u choose the winners in the first place
I, in fact, have had several giveaways where I’ve chosen the winners simply based on my subjective judgment of whose answer was best or most suited my initial intention when i simply asked them to answer a particular question or another.
In the rules of the raffle, I set the undertone of fairness and integrity. I chose to make it people’s business
And there’s nothing wrong with that! I could ask “Share your favourite food” and tell people I’m choosing the winner based on the food I like best. Or I could ask “Share your favourite food” and not tell them why I’m asking. I completely agree it’s up to the giver to set the rules
It was my choice to talk about transparency in the raffle rules from the onset. I wanted entrants to know the criteria for how the winners would be picked. This comment isn’t meant to attack the way other giveaways are run, it’s meant to educate people on why the prototype raffle program did not provide actual transparency
I also chose the word raffle to describe my giveaway. The premise of a raffle is that the winners are drawn at random, and not by other subjective means. The updated raffle program shows winners are truly determined discobot’s dice roll. At the end of each raffle, a full copy of the program will be provided so anyone can run the results with the entrant data and the dice roll to verify the results.
Providing the program has an added bonus too: Have you ever played a game where you so badly needed to roll a specific number and then failed to get that result? “What if…” thinkers will be able to change the dice to see which dice roll would’ve determined the result they desired. “OMG I was so close! if the second number was a 5, I would’ve won!”
I’m down for a blood test, just drain my being.
Oops, sorry about that.
As I said, my idea of ‘cute’ tends to differ from the norm, but I can understand if that’s not your thing.
9 tickets for The Division.
3 tickets for 7 Days to Die
0 tickets for Dungeons 3
0 tickets for Old Man’s Journey
3 tickets for The Long Dark
Good luck everyone!
fwiw, I really liked the spider @DrFlamingo. I used to be really scared of insects until I stopped killing them on-sight. I began capturing them and putting them outside instead. When you get down close and look at them, there’s a tremendous amount worth appreciating. For the most part, I simply didn’t understand fear and it took me a long time to observe that. Don’t get me wrong, I still am fearful of lots of things, but I’m starting to respond to the signal differently. Bugs are so fascinating!
Very true… except for spiders they get killed on sight! Haha
The Division (7)
7 Days to Die (7)
Dungeons 3 (0)
Old Man’s Journey (0)
The Long Dark (1)
no i din´t skipped any part i read all but my understanding of english is bad, so it takes a while for me to understand.forgive me as i corrected ,hope it´s fine now…
less than 12 hours remain!
6 for A
1 for B
0 for C
2 for D
6 for E
DimTheDin, you better look at the rules once again.
~ The raffle is almost over, last chance to fix yo’ sh!t ~