Most important MSX news of 2005 [round 1] ~flawed~

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Por BiFi

Enlighted (4348)

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26-01-2006, 13:04

You should have nominated it yourself, egoistic sod! Tongue
It's egoistic to nominate your own stuff... but then again, I'm sure you don't feel that selfish with all those Bazix and MRC related nominations...

Por snout

Ascended (15184)

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26-01-2006, 13:11

Luckily I did not only nominate my own stuff, besides the amount of newspost reads and reactions do give me the feeling that I'm not the only one who things of the news related to e.g. the One Chip MSX as important news to the MSX community.

Admittedly, I do have an ego, but looking at the 'pride' with which you seem to point people (and especially MRC team members) to their flaws and mistakes time and time again you have quite an ego yourself as well....

That said, I did make a terrible mess out of round 1 of the Best MSX news megapoll, forcing me to do a restart of the poll. Lucky for you, the palette editor is in now. Give me a few secs to start the real round one. Apologies to those who already took the time to vote!

Por sunrise

Paragon (1091)

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26-01-2006, 13:47

Simple as Nyrikki and others already have seen that you are tired, not that worse.
But after releasing the new one before checking.
How on earth can the sunrise gamereader be mnetioned twice against another
Your own vote line 9 and line 15Sad

Por snout

Ascended (15184)

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26-01-2006, 13:55

hey, it's the only double this time ^_^

I'll replace the second one with a random post from the 2005 archive just to keep the amounts even Wink

Por snout

Ascended (15184)

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26-01-2006, 14:03

Right then, that's settled. Lets hope the rest of the megapoll continues more smoothly Wink

As for me being tired: yup, that's right, I've been extremely busy lately, but I do like to spend time on my hobby (which MRC is) as well. I know I have said it many times and I probably should not mention it more often than I already have, but statements like 'rubbish' and 'selfish' aren't actually the most constructive and motivating terms that could have been used. A tiny little bit of understanding and appreciation for the work I'm doing, have been doing and plan on continue to be doing would be higly appreciated. If I or any other MRC team member makes mistakes, surely you can point us to it, but there are certainly more constructive ways of bringing the message. Thanks Wink

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