The Super ~Sebatron~ Quiz/Giveaway!!!

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18 years 3 months
Submitted by Sebatron on Fri, 09/22/2006 - 01:22

…..Ah yes the time has arrived for another Sebatron quiz. :D

This time the prize is a Cygnus X-2 valued at over $1200 USD….
Shipped directly from the Sebatron factory….

Any R.O members can enter ,, ,, and the rules are simple and fair…just like last time ……..hehehe…

The Rules:
There are no rules except almost NO editing posts allowed.
*Only allowed if specified/allowed.
Each question is worth a certain amount of points ,, whoever gets to 500 points first wins the first prize ,,, .

The first prize is a Cygnus X-2 valued at over $1200 USD….
Shipped directly from the Sebatron factory….

The Questions:
Quite possibly thirty questions in all...
Some may be multiple choice , some answers may be graded according to accuracy,,some will be easy ,, some will be hard ,, …..hehehe……ahahaha……

When ?:
First question will be posted within 8 days……so keep an eye out……
…..oh yeah .... and remember to put it back in when you’re finished ….. ahahahahahahahigh….

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freaky

Fri, 09/22/2006 - 07:33

Wow, that time of year already?!?! My how time's fun when your having flys!!! :-? Is there anything I can do to help with the contest instead of participating? (Not that I wouldn't love more ~Sebatron~ gear, but I really should let other folks have a chance 8-) )

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16 years 7 months

zemlin

Fri, 09/22/2006 - 08:14

Just a few comments - take'em or leave'em
Past contests have all nearly all questions posted during the same time window (early afternoon for me, if I recall). I'm at work then and as the corporate IT dictatorship continues to display increased distrust in employees, my ability to research answers in a timely manner is severely restricted. Many sites I need to access are blocked, in addition to the fact that I have a job to do here.

Also, when 3 or 4 questions are fired off in a short period of time, it makes it difficult for those of us with jobs during that time period to stay on top of things.

Maybe that's just the breaks - and I'm OK with that, but if the time element were relaxed, participation would likely be much greater and those of us with jobs, other time commitments, or limited internet access might have a chance. Maybe more emphasis quality, less on speed.