Parham is the road to madness. All that pointless arguing. Best to stick to CPOTM
Well I did notice is anagram of '' Ha ! Ramp !! ''
That in itself is cause for concern...
Wouldn't be permitted in '' The Waltons ''...
Dr Spud's thread on the Parham is quite fun.
DrSpudnik, the Head of Nominees, has selected:
for elimination. Now it is time to vote for the member in the purple list that you want to continue in the running for CPOTM. The other will be eliminated.
You have one vote and voting ends June 16th 11:59 PM Pacific.
i think its me
Fine. Keep thinking that.
he was a poor boy too, Parhampapumpum-rhampapumpum-rhampapumpum
That's my neighbor!
Voting is now over! By a vote of 8-2, AnnaZC, congratulations, you are still in the running for CPOTM! joeydvivre, I'm sorry, but you are eliminated.
Now we are currently following step number four of the voting rules from the first post. There will be another competition for Head of Nominees, but it will be through a series of questions sent to the remaining list members. The list member with the most questions correct will be the new HON.
Current list members:
This month, I might try asking list members multiple choice questions through chat and they will have only a few seconds to respond. Do you guys think there is any drawback to this?
You mean like : what's your favorite color, or in which Star Trek episode did Kirk kiss Uhura?
That's not multiple choice.
If I send questions through chat, I first have to be their friends, then the questions would be something like:
Who was the first world champion?
The list member would respond with either a, b, c, or d. I guess you can say it's kinda like the chess.com trivia questions. This time, the questions will be more related to chess.
Don't hold us in suspense. What's the correct answer??
Spock in the latest release kisses uhuru
I vote for b!
All the excitement will be out of sight...
You could also ask a much more difficult question, like
Who is the current Chess World Champion?
a, the one ranked at 4th
b, the one ranked at 6th
c, the one ranked at 22nd
How do you play currant chess?