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04/01/2008 06:51:46 PM · #76
i wanted to eat some peanuts - but i ate dirt instead.


04/01/2008 06:58:59 PM · #77
All I know is if it doesn't meet the challenge I'll give it a 1. :(
04/01/2008 07:03:27 PM · #78
*LOL* wait if you give it a 1 isn't that like giving it a 9? coding wise? and a 0 = a 10? hrm....

i'm still learning all of this afterall but....
04/01/2008 07:08:13 PM · #79
I'm in. God help me.
04/01/2008 07:14:35 PM · #80
me too !!!!
04/01/2008 07:27:25 PM · #81
Originally posted by Citadel:

hey...if submitting a picture makes it meet the challenge then submitting nothing should make what I didn't submit DNMC. Which meets the challenge. But then we're not supposed to meet the challenge...

Aaaargh. What to do???


wait - so you are saying you meet the challenge by not entering a picture? BRILLIANT! So everyone who doesn't enter will then tie for first place and get a blue ribbon, WOOHOO! BLUE RIBBONS FTW!
04/01/2008 07:27:27 PM · #82
I'm in. Pray for my heathen soul.
04/01/2008 07:28:45 PM · #83
Originally posted by 3DsArcher:

...Actually I thought the concept was easy. In my opinion take a photograph that is the complete opposite of the title you choose like a completely black photograph & call it white or green, anything but what it really is.


That would be "Does Not Meet Description" not DNMC.
04/01/2008 07:29:42 PM · #84
The only logical thing to do would be to vote everything a 5. 10 points for meeting and 1 point for not meeting so average 5.
04/01/2008 07:33:14 PM · #85
(10+1)/2 = 5.5
04/01/2008 07:33:33 PM · #86
Originally posted by DjFenzl:

The only logical thing to do would be to vote everything a 5. 10 points for meeting and 1 point for not meeting so average 5.


Check your math. That'd be a 5.5.

~Terry
04/01/2008 07:34:11 PM · #87
Maybe we could submit ones that fit other challenges....since we always have someone who submits to the wrong challenge...
04/01/2008 07:34:29 PM · #88
round up
04/01/2008 07:35:07 PM · #89
we can't vote 11 or 0 though so half way to 10 is 5.

This reminds me of a trick my grandpa pulled when I was a little kid. He said he has 11 fingers and would hold up one hand and count down from 10 then add the fingers on the other hand "See, 10,9,8,7,6 plus 5 on this hand is 11!". I was blown away!

Message edited by author 2008-04-01 19:38:57.
04/01/2008 07:39:09 PM · #90
Originally posted by raish:

(10+1)/2 = 5.5


I'll take it. That's much better than my average:)
04/01/2008 07:43:30 PM · #91
I'm thinking that the only way to not DNMC in this challenge would be to literally photograph the actual letters, but that would meet the challenge, and not be DNMC, so what the heck do ya do?
I going to submit something off the wall, and expect that my overall average will be taking a hit. : )
04/01/2008 08:04:50 PM · #92
To the voters: Use the force. Let your conscience be your guide. Listen to your heart. Flip a coin or roll the dice. Blindly click the number keys. Whatever. Just vote.

Sometimes I swear things on this site are overanalyzed to death. Just enjoy it - it should be entertaining if nothing else. And look at it this way, it may be the only time you'll ever see the comment: "DNMC 10!"
04/01/2008 08:39:12 PM · #93
Originally posted by ClubJuggle:

To clarify, the Advanced Rules still apply. Editing, date, etc., violations will still result in a DQ. Whether an entry meets the challenge is a matter for the voters.

If we're lucky, all the literal-minded voters' hard-wired little brains will explode at the thought of scoring this challenge! ;-)

~Terry


Now that is just unfair... Part of the Challenge or Criteria (whichever the C stands for in your version of the acronym DNMC) is actually adhering to the challenge rules... thus a photo which does not meet the rules therefore does not meet the challenge...

I saw the challenge and instantly submitted a photo - reason - i didnt follow the rules, but thought about not meeting the challenge. Should i get DQ'd for not meeting a challenge which tells me not to meet it? personally, i dont think so.

04/01/2008 08:41:24 PM · #94
not meeting challenge does not equal not meeting the rules, therefore DQ. I'd pull it.
04/01/2008 08:53:24 PM · #95
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

not meeting challenge does not equal not meeting the rules, therefore DQ. I'd pull it.


Yep, pull it. You don't need a DQ on your record over an April Fool's joke.
04/01/2008 08:57:07 PM · #96
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

not meeting challenge does not equal not meeting the rules, therefore DQ. I'd pull it.


Yeah - i can see why people might think that but i just explained why it isnt. The challenge consists of the description, the title and the rules - otherwise why would we have the rules attached to each challenge and have separate rules for separate challenges (thinking minimal, basic, advanced and expert here). That doesnt seem to work. Challenge rules, challenge description, challenge title, all need to be adhered to. Not meeting the rules does not necessarily mean that you didnt meet the other two parts of the challenge, but it is part of not meeting the criteria for the challenge or the challenge itself however you want to semantically look at it... SC has spoken tho it seems...

Pulled it and entered something which is borderline...
04/01/2008 09:05:40 PM · #97
it has taken me ALL DAY, but I think I have this figured out!
04/01/2008 09:08:37 PM · #98
I just went all messed up on this one... made me chuckle - i wonder how voters will react.
04/01/2008 09:11:20 PM · #99
No no no, I just realized my entry meets the challenge!
04/01/2008 09:16:38 PM · #100
I don't have a clue as to what I should enter... Oh wait! You guys just gave me an idea!
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