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:ani_idea: I laughed.

I'll need a replacement at some point, given the rate I've been flying mine... Plus it would save on shipping!

... Nah.

Hollow threats just aren't the same. :ani_idea:

Why is it that I had the idea that you might have more than one Kymera ? :ani_idea:

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The Kitelife office is PST, drawings are always by that time zone...

However, whether or not I'll be in the work seat at midnight is another question.

Worst case, we'll draw sometime tomorrow morning (PST). :ani_idea:

Good luck to all!

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Alright, so it's 1:17am PST... I'm still in the work seat. :ani_idea:

Let's get us a winner!

Our lucky number...

3...

3...

3...

Indeed, lucky #333 is the winner - Jeryll Autore is taking home a brand new Kymera! :ani_idea:

Congratulations Jeryll, and thanks to all for playing... I'll do my best to get a new prize lined up for you today.

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Congratulations Jeryll. Hope you enjoy the kite.

And thanks to John for the contest ... they're appreciated.

As for the RNG ... I hope you can sleep with one eye open ... there are about 305 of us looking to do nasty things to you.

Cheers,

Tom

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... I note that the RNG only missed one digit of my number, so maybe I can hope for next time.

The hope part I can comprehend. Your "logic" behind the hope ... well, it made me smile this morning.

Cheers,

Tom

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... I note that the RNG only missed one digit of my number, so maybe I can hope for next time.

The hope part I can comprehend. Your "logic" behind the hope ... well, it made me smile this morning.

Cheers,

Tom

Well, considering that the RNG pulls 'whole' numbers (rather than individual digits) it was actually off by 500. That doesn't really give much hope, does it? Or, perhaps it ONLY leaves room for hope.

Anyway - good on ya, Jeryll. Have fun with that kite.

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