It’s; nice to know that my choice was picked as #1, but I feel cheated out of #2 also! If you look back, Hoppy Cassidy suggested “Balancing Acts” BEFORE Sharon Smarty suggested “Balancing Act.” Her suggestion came after TEN (10) other suggestions. How can you say she was the first one to make that suggestion, when all you had to do was remove the “s” on MY suggestion! I thought surely the first two winners were mine, since I was the FIRST to suggest “Balancing Acts.” She could have easily read my post, then just removed the “s.”
I think I deserve at least HALF of 2nd place winnings, but more realistically, I deserve ALL of “Balancing Act” because I was the FIRST one to suggest that concept. How can you say Sharon Smarty was the first to suggest it when her suggestion came TEN other suggestions after mine?
In another contest last December, you gave two players a winning chip reward, even though Sassy Sarah’s entry did NOT result in the 15-letter requirement. (See copy & paste below) MY entry of “Balancing Acts” met the 15-letter requirement, then you removed one letter and said Sharon Smarty was the first. I do believe the words “Balancing Act” is in MY suggestion, is it not? Please explain why you think someone’s suggesting which is EXACTLY like mine, minus one letter is the winner.
Contest where you allowed more than one person to receive winning chips with similar entries:
Because @Sassy_Sarah came up with a similar name first, and @BBlanco formatted it at 15 characters, we’re going to go ahead and give BOTH players the full entry fee for this upcoming tournament. Both of you should notice an additional 500,000 chips in your bank.
Sassy Sarah suggested “1/2 a Mil Thrill” and BBlanco changed it to “Half Mil Thrill.” Blanco changed the “1/2 a” and reaped winning chips. They BOTH got 500,000 chips.
Sharon Smarty removed an “s,” and reaped winning chips, and I get NOTHING for MY suggestion? I hope your rewarding Sharon Smarty 2nd place was an OVERSIGHT on your part for not noticing that I already suggested “Balancing Acts” way before Sharon Smarty truncated it.
I look forward to your explanation.
Susan Sweet (Hoppy Cassidy)