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03/22/2007 01:20:15 AM · #26
and the voting has stopped completely..
03/22/2007 02:01:02 AM · #27
Originally posted by Citadel:

If this gets above 5.5 I will be surprised.


On vote 15 I was above 5.5. Vote 16 and I am right on 5.5:

Votes: 16
Views: 25
Avg Vote: 5.5000
Comments: 0
Favorites: 0
Wish Lists: 0
Updated: 03/22/07 01:59 am

I guess I can be wrong once in a while. :)
03/22/2007 06:18:56 AM · #28
I think there are some great gift ideas and shots to match. I have given 5 X 10 and 7 X 9
mine is at
Votes: 22
Views: 31
Avg Vote: 5.0000
Comments: 1
Favorites: 0
Wish Lists: 0
Updated: 03/22/07 06:10 am


No better than usual, but I am a newbee so I am happy... Enjoyed voting on this one... great fun......Happy Birthday Langdon :-)
03/22/2007 06:38:34 AM · #29
Has anyone received a Langdon comment?
03/22/2007 06:57:54 AM · #30
no, but maybe he's one of those cursed baggies! or maybe he's waiting until his b-day morning like it says in the challenge descriptions. Or maaybe he's just lazy ;P
03/22/2007 07:52:13 AM · #31
Votes: 26
Views: 45
Avg Vote: 5.8077
Comments: 2
03/22/2007 08:59:18 AM · #32
Wooo, I made it to 6.000 That's amaaaaaaazing!

03/22/2007 09:04:35 AM · #33
My entry is not doing so well...but what I am confused about is 'ickle.' What does this word mean?
03/22/2007 09:05:43 AM · #34
Originally posted by CEJ:

My entry is not doing so well...but what I am confused about is 'ickle.' What does this word mean?


Its Brit-slang meaning little. That's what my Britt-buds used to call me! lol
03/22/2007 09:10:31 AM · #35
Originally posted by idnic:


Its Brit-slang meaning little. That's what my Britt-buds used to call me! lol


All the time I have spent 'over there' and I have never heard the word/expression. I must have been in all the wrong places.
03/22/2007 09:13:34 AM · #36
I have to admit that I hardly ever hear it, but I did know the meaning. must be only a handful that use it.
03/22/2007 09:13:41 AM · #37
Langdon must be a gentleman and comment on each and every gift :)

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Message edited by author 2007-03-22 09:15:27.
03/22/2007 09:17:29 AM · #38
We don't actually use ickle that much - it's sort of imitation baby talk
03/22/2007 09:26:37 AM · #39
Originally posted by thelobster:

We don't actually use ickle that much - it's sort of imitation baby talk


I love this word! I will use it often:)
03/22/2007 09:28:38 AM · #40
Man, I want a birthday challenge!! Look at all that stuff he recieved!
Lucky!! Except for the "birthday beats" lol!
03/22/2007 09:42:49 AM · #41
Originally posted by CEJ:

All the time I have spent 'over there' and I have never heard the word/expression. I must have been in all the wrong places.


I know it because it is in a kids book: "Ickle ockle blue bockle". It is not really used in conversation, unless rather ratted and talking about blue bottles...
03/22/2007 09:58:44 AM · #42
OM Gosh not one naked woman jumping out of a box wrapped in paper and ribbons??????? I felt sure there would be at least one! I am not sure if Langdon is married or not, if he is then that may explain it LOL.
03/22/2007 10:02:55 AM · #43
Yeah, I expected more, um, eye candy. ;-)
It's a happy morning so far, here, thanks all you morning people!
Votes: 43
Views: 74
Avg Vote: 6.4884
Comments: 3
03/22/2007 10:41:30 AM · #44
The birthday dude is so going to hate me for the thread title...

I couldn't top the present he's given me.. he is responsible for my dark blue shirtedness after all..

Oh, and a cousin of mine was born today.. so langdon's got competition... that kid's already got the girls throwing themselves at him..
03/22/2007 11:37:35 AM · #45
I see two photographers decided to photograph the exact same subject. They are different and one, in my opinion, is 'better'.

I wonder if voters will agree with me in their assessments. If I remember I will have to compare and contrast the two and say why I like the one over the other. In my assessment there is a 2 point difference in score. In DPC voting I'd expect about a .75 difference.
03/22/2007 11:39:43 AM · #46
Originally posted by stdavidson:

I see two photographers decided to photograph the exact same subject. They are different and one, in my opinion, is 'better'.

I wonder if voters will agree with me in their assessments. If I remember I will have to compare and contrast the two and say why I like the one over the other. In my assessment there is a 2 point difference in score. In DPC voting I'd expect about a .75 difference.


I know which one you mean, it's too obvious - and yes, I also gave one of them two points more
03/22/2007 11:44:49 AM · #47
Originally posted by stdavidson:

I see two photographers decided to photograph the exact same subject. They are different and one, in my opinion, is 'better'.

I wonder if voters will agree with me in their assessments. If I remember I will have to compare and contrast the two and say why I like the one over the other. In my assessment there is a 2 point difference in score. In DPC voting I'd expect about a .75 difference.


Ditto.

I'm happy, my score's at 5.2000 right now.
03/22/2007 11:45:11 AM · #48
Originally posted by stdavidson:

I see two photographers decided to photograph the exact same subject. They are different and one, in my opinion, is 'better'.

I wonder if voters will agree with me in their assessments. If I remember I will have to compare and contrast the two and say why I like the one over the other. In my assessment there is a 2 point difference in score. In DPC voting I'd expect about a .75 difference.


I too have noticed that but gave a one point difference. Might these be the same two photogs who posted in the Color Portrait II challenge as well? curious to see the final outcome of these 4 images.

Message edited by author 2007-03-22 11:45:35.
03/22/2007 11:48:07 AM · #49
i started with 4.4, now i'm at 7.9
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umm, errmmmm ... 5.5 :-)
03/22/2007 11:56:02 AM · #50
Originally posted by eyewave:


I know which one you mean, it's too obvious - and yes, I also gave one of them two points more

I'm betting it was the same one. :)
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