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Round 7, the finals!
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Welcome to the Finals of the 2012 MocOlympics!

Below you will find your matchups with your opponent and your category.

ONLY ONE MOC PER ENTRY unless it's needed for the category (say, for a story category or something along those lines). This rule is from now on (and will continue into the other games we host like the MocAthalon). From now on, only one moc per entry. Thank you.

Dates and Times:
The final round starts NOW and will end at 11:59 pm, MOCpages time Sunday, December 23rd (No, that's not a typo, you get two full weeks, plus). No entries will be accepted after this time. If you do not have your entry posted AND added to the group by the deadline, you will forfeit your match and your opponent will win (and at this stage, that would be really bad).

Title:
Your entry must be titled: MocOlympics (may be shortened to MO) round 7 "you" vs "Your opponent." You may title it anything you wish after that but that must be the opening of the title.

Category description:
Near the TOP of the entry you must state what category you are playing in. Feel free to simply copy and paste your category from this thread or type in the title of the category, your choice.

Links:
Preferably near the top of your post, you MUST have a WORKING link to your opponent’s page. If you post first then linking to their homepage is fine. If you post second, please link to their entry. You do not HAVE to change the link to their entry after they post (if you post first) but you are welcome to change it after they post if you'd like. This is the ONLY change that may be made after adding an entry to the group. You do NOT have to have a working link back to the main MocOlympics group. You’re free to add it if you wish but it is NOT required.

You must add your entry to the group pool. Once you add it to the group, that's it, it's OURS and NO changes may be made. If you make a change and we find out about it, you will be disqualified and your opponent will advance to the next round. We STRONGLY suggest that you get feedback from others and make any needed changes BEFORE adding it to the group. The judges will NOT look at it until it's added to the group.

Once you and your opponent have posted and added your entries to the group, the judges will vote on the mocs.

There will be SIX judges for each matchup. You must receive 4 out of 6 votes to be crowned this year's winner. In the event of a tie, a 7th judge will be brought in to break the tie. The judges are NOT required to write full, detailed comments with their votes (but may if they choose to). The only thing required by a judge is which moc he’s voting for. Each judge’s decision is final.



Your judges are:
Chris Phipson, Paul Vermeesch, Sebeus I.,
Shannon Ocean, Chris Roach and Cody G.
Backup judge, Mark Kelso (If needed).

And the category for the 2012 MocOlympics final match is:

Tom Remy vs Heath Flor in:
"Wizard Duel"
Build us a battle between two mages of the mystic arts. Be sure to include their magical "effects" as they throw spells with wanton abandon. The inspiration for this category came while watching Loony Tunes and I saw this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNvI4tEtzBQ&feature=related Please use ONLY the "wizard world" stuff as your inspiration... We don't need a moc of Daffy Duck blowing up a hotdog in a microwave.

Good luck to both of you and may the best moccer win!

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| December 7, 2012, 9:05 am
Quoting Chris Phipson
We don't need a moc of Daffy Duck blowing up a hotdog in a microwave.


That could be an interesting MOC...

Good luck, Tom and Heath.
And thank you Chris and all of the other judges for taking the time to organize/judge this event, it has been a pleasure to watch.

--John
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| December 7, 2012, 9:14 am
Every castle man jack here just fainted... or at least I did. This category is frustratingly good.

Anyhow, best of luck to both of the participants! It will be a glorious matchup!
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| December 7, 2012, 9:17 am
Best of luck you guys!

Two great builders, an epic category...yep! This should be a round to remember!
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| December 7, 2012, 9:31 am
First of all, it's a real honor to be in the final two. I'm really excited, and can't wait to get building! (I'm at work…boooo!) Good luck Tom! I'm looking forward to seeing your final entry!

Second, thanks for the extra time! With the Christmas season in full swing, I'll be lucky to pull 10 days out of that time frame!

Finally, I wanted to make certain: this is a one-shot deal right? One MOC to rule them all, and not a story category with 30 set builds?
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| December 7, 2012, 9:49 am
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Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor
...
Finally, I wanted to make certain: this is a one-shot deal right? One MOC to rule them all, and not a story category with 30 set builds?

Yes, one shot, make it count ;)
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| December 7, 2012, 10:26 am
I don't want to insist but... Is it possible to shoot different scenes in the SAME moc, kinda like I did in Round 4? The moc would stand as a diorama on its own but there would be different props and figs throughout the story. IMO it's the only way to show magicians casting several spells... Unless they cast it all at the same time? :) Thanks in advance! --Tom--
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| December 7, 2012, 5:07 pm
Awesome category, and congratulations to the two finalists! Really reminds me of Dave and Stuart's Sword and Sorcery finalist category, if either of you can bring out a build like theirs you deserve to win.
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| December 7, 2012, 5:18 pm
Aaawwwww!

Epic category, it really suits being the final matchup of the games :) Best of luck you two!
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| December 7, 2012, 7:17 pm
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Quoting Tom Remy
I don't want to insist but... Is it possible to shoot different scenes in the SAME moc, kinda like I did in Round 4? The moc would stand as a diorama on its own but there would be different props and figs throughout the story. IMO it's the only way to show magicians casting several spells... Unless they cast it all at the same time? :) Thanks in advance! --Tom--


Yes, in the SAME moc
As the main focus of the judges will be the MOC itself I suggest you provide enough pictures of the whole diorama on itself.
The different scenes are considered an extra but they can ofcourse be useful to illustrate the diorama.
Good luck

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| December 8, 2012, 8:22 am
Quoting Sebeus I

Yes, in the SAME moc
As the main focus of the judges will be the MOC itself I suggest you provide enough pictures of the whole diorama on itself.
The different scenes are considered an extra but they can ofcourse be useful to illustrate the diorama.
Good luck

Thanks a lot! I won't go too far in that direction, don't worry... Back to the bricks!
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| December 8, 2012, 2:57 pm
gee, now THAT'S a category! D:!
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| December 9, 2012, 2:05 am
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Boy howdy this is going to ROCK!! Have at it lads!
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| December 9, 2012, 4:52 am
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Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor

Quoting Sebeus I
Quoting Tom Remy
I don't want to insist but... Is it possible to shoot different scenes in the SAME moc, kinda like I did in Round 4? The moc would stand as a diorama on its own but there would be different props and figs throughout the story. IMO it's the only way to show magicians casting several spells... Unless they cast it all at the same time? :) Thanks in advance! --Tom--


Yes, in the SAME moc
As the main focus of the judges will be the MOC itself I suggest you provide enough pictures of the whole diorama on itself.
The different scenes are considered an extra but they can ofcourse be useful to illustrate the diorama.
Good luck



I just wanted to make sure you read this as well, Heath,
Good luck.
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| December 9, 2012, 5:10 am
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor
First of all, it's a real honor to be in the final two. I'm really excited, and can't wait to get building! (I'm at work…boooo!) Good luck Tom! I'm looking forward to seeing your final entry!

Same for me buddy! Good luck, and don't forget to read Sebeus' comment!
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| December 9, 2012, 1:19 pm
Quoting Shannon Ocean
Boy howdy this is going to ROCK!! Have at it lads!

Hi Shannon, I would be interested in you commenting on my R6 entry, would you mind? Just out of curiosity, not for the possible like... Anyway, that's just a suggestion! --Tom--
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| December 9, 2012, 1:26 pm
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Quoting Tom Remy
I don't want to insist but... Is it possible to shoot different scenes in the SAME moc, kinda like I did in Round 4? The moc would stand as a diorama on its own but there would be different props and figs throughout the story. IMO it's the only way to show magicians casting several spells... Unless they cast it all at the same time? :) Thanks in advance! --Tom--


Just backing up what Sebeus said here.

Yes, you may do a story WITHIN your single layout/dio. I completly understand the want to show the wizards throwing multiple spells at each other and as long as you can step back and take a single shot of one dio, then what you do within that dio is fine.

Good luck!

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| December 10, 2012, 12:12 pm
Quoting Sebeus I

Quoting Chris Phipson

Thanks!
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| December 10, 2012, 12:25 pm
Quoting Tom Remy
Same for me buddy! Good luck, and don't forget to read Sebeus' comment!


Yes, I saw it. Thank you. Too late though...I'm off in another direction. ;)
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| December 10, 2012, 1:19 pm
Great category! Aarrgghh! I wish I was still in, I am itching for that one! Why couldn't you have put this one sooner?!?!? :D Good luck Heath and Tom! May the best moc win! I just know that this is going to be a hard one to judge! ;D
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| December 11, 2012, 11:50 am
Sorry guys....it took over an hour for my pics to load and I just now (12:04) got my page going. Looks like Tom will win it on a technicality. Thank you very much MOC pages and my internet service provider Cableone for making this a very miserable experience.

Congrats Tom on a well deserved win! I really wish I could have uploaded my build in time and give you a nice competition, but it seems the fates were against me. Cheers!
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| December 23, 2012, 11:52 pm
Sorry guys....it took over an hour for my pics to load and I just now (12:04) got my page going. Looks like Tom will win it on a technicality. Thank you very much MOC pages and my internet service provider Cableone for making this a very miserable experience.

Congrats Tom on a well deserved win! I really wish I could have uploaded my build in time and give you a nice competition, but it seems the fates were against me. Cheers!
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| December 23, 2012, 11:52 pm
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Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor
Sorry guys....it took over an hour for my pics to load and I just now (12:04) got my page going. Looks like Tom will win it on a technicality. Thank you very much MOC pages and my internet service provider Cableone for making this a very miserable experience.

Congrats Tom on a well deserved win! I really wish I could have uploaded my build in time and give you a nice competition, but it seems the fates were against me. Cheers!

Hmm, according to the date on your entry, it looks like it was posted before the deadline. I'll run this by the other judges, but don't count yourself out of the race just yet.
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| December 24, 2012, 12:48 am
Quoting Cody G
Hmm, according to the date on your entry, it looks like it was posted before the deadline. I'll run this by the other judges, but don't count yourself out of the race just yet.

I would like you not to DQ Heath. If I could, I would demand it! We often have troubles with MP, it's the final entry, it was apparently on time, and IT WOULD BE NO FUN! Tx --Tom--

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| December 24, 2012, 5:26 am
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Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor
..

You can add your entry to the group, quickly ;)
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| December 24, 2012, 10:49 am
Thanks Tom, and the judges for your support. I'm going to add the video that took all night to upload, and a couple pics that MOCpages deleted. Sorry for the delay, I went on a drunken pirate rampage last night and disconnected from the internet. I'm just now coming to after passing out at 5 AM....LOL (from wrapping presents, in all honesty :P)
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| December 24, 2012, 2:48 pm
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Aaaaand the group is locked...for the last time, whew :P
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| December 25, 2012, 5:00 am
Real nail-biter of a final round here...
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| December 25, 2012, 7:51 pm
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And just to add my two cents to this topic. As I've stated before, we will NEVER hold a player responsible for mocpages issues. Not only that, but it's the finals for (bleeps) sake and the final match will NOT be decided by a DQ, especially on these grounds.

Ok, I've been off the computer for a couple days so... time to judge! May the best moc win! Good luck to both of you!
~Chris.
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| December 25, 2012, 10:24 pm
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And with that, we've crowned this year's MocOlympics grand champion! Congrats to Heath Flor! You earned it man and I'll be sending your prize out next week. I'll let you know when it's on it's way (along with everyone elses prizes)!

Tom, congrats to you as well! You put up a heck of a fight and really turned in some amazing creations! Great work in this year's games and I personally look forward to seeing what you have for us in the future!

A couple of quick thank yous here...

To everyone who played in this year's games, thank you. This contest wouldn't be HALF of what it is without each and every one of you putting brick to brick to make this the biggest Lego contest in the entire community!

To my judges. I really can't say enough. You guys have dedicated three months of your lives to this and through thick and thin, each of you has shown clear judgement and integrity. Thank you so much for making this an awesome year!

To our sponsors;
BrickWorld
Dave Kaleta and
Yuri Fassio

Guys, your generosity makes these games so much better and we truly couldn't do it without you! Thank you so much!

And to MOCpages as a whole, thank you so much for being involved and cheering on the players and really making this feel like the amazing community event that it is!

That's it for this year's MocOlympics! The next MOs will start signups sometime in August of 2013. Our next MOCpages wide contest will be the MocAthalon. Signups for that will start sometime in mid February. Hope to see you all there!

Thank you again everyone!

~Chris.
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| December 25, 2012, 11:00 pm
*claps* Congratulations Heath! From your rooftop moodland/micro-scale band, to old Humbug and his visitors, to Rube Goldberg, all fantastic! And then, of course, there were those five incredible mosaics you managed to whip out--most of which were free-handed, I might add--in the time some home-school kid could piece together one (despite said home-school-kid's "opinions" ;)). Most impressive feat, that! All this followed by Robot Jox, a cathedral (one of the most impressive entries this year), and then them wizards! Mr. Flor, you have endurance. Congratulations once again.

Also many thanks to you Mr. Phipson and the other judges for all the work each of you puts into running these games and making them possible!

And thanks BrickWorld, Mr. Kaleta, and Mr. Fassio for putting forward those prizes that we all strive for each year. ;)

And cheers to all competitors, particularly Tom Remy! It was a valiant fight mate, good show!

And...

I'm done typing now.
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| December 26, 2012, 10:38 am
This is truly a great honor! After three months of deadlines and assigned categories, I'm so happy to be free to build what I please!!!!! LOL I'm still in a bit of a shock I won to be honest, but I'll take it! :P

I want to thank everyone involved in the MOC Olympics process beginning with Chris for running this crazy contest every year, the judges for having to handle so many egos, the contestants who make it what it is, and of course the prize sponsors....who I believe is Kaleta, Brickworld, and Yuri this year! I haven't actually looked at the prize thread, so not sure what's going on there. :P

Finally I'd like to thank Tom for being such a great sport and insisting the judges let me post despite my issues with my internet and MOCpages. I'm sure he wants to take that back right about now! LOL Sorry Tom! You're an amazing builder, and you've made quite an impression on everyone! I fully expect you to return next year and take the whole contest!!!

Oh and I have to thank my VirtuaLUG mates for always being a great support and who have become family to me!

With all that said, I will not be participating in the MOC Olympics next year. However, I fully intend on supporting it and paying my win forward. Whether that's by judging or as a prize donator is yet unknown, but rest assured I'll be ready to support the games in some fashion by August.

I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and will have a great New Year!!
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| December 26, 2012, 4:34 pm
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor

I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and will have a great New Year!!

Congrats Heath:D
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| December 26, 2012, 4:49 pm
Congratulations Heath, you certainly churned out a great slew of quality MOCs. Thanks for putting on such a good show, I'm sure that you've inspired more builders to join next year. Congratulations to Tom as well, you did phenomenally well, especially for a first time contender. Thanks to all the sponsors (Dave, Yuri, and Brickworld); while the MocOlympics are all about improving your skills against the best MOCers around, prizes are always a welcome added motivator. ;) Thanks too to all the judges, your sacrifice of time is appreciated. All the best in the new year everyone, and here's to the MocAthalon!
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| December 26, 2012, 5:04 pm
Congratulations Heath! You certainly deserve it! And you too Tom, amazing effort, especially for a first time! HUGE thanks to the judges for all your work put into this contest, it's been mean fun ;) Thanks to our prize donors as well, and to all the contestants! You're all awesome!
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| December 26, 2012, 5:05 pm
Congrats Heath!
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| December 26, 2012, 5:09 pm
Congratulations Heath! I still think you shouldn't have beaten Ian that way though... It was a rotten thing to do.
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| December 26, 2012, 5:41 pm
Heath and Tom, I've been amazed by your builds over the last few months. Great work all round. Heath, well done mate, there had to be. Winner, and you earned it for that mammoth cathedral in round 6 - superhuman building there.
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| December 26, 2012, 6:18 pm
Quoting David .
Congratulations Heath! I still think you shouldn't have beaten Ian that way though... It was a rotten thing to do.


I agree David. In fact, I have decided I will punish myself by not posting another MOC until 2013. Do you think that's punishment enough for playing by the rules?

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| December 27, 2012, 5:52 am
Quoting David .
Congratulations Heath! I still think you shouldn't have beaten Ian that way though... It was a rotten thing to do.


I agree David. In fact, I have decided I will punish myself by not posting another MOC until 2013. Do you think that's punishment enough for playing by the rules?

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| December 27, 2012, 5:52 am
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Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor
This is truly a great honor! ...

Congratulations!
It was a pleasure judging.
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| December 27, 2012, 11:30 am
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor

I agree David. In fact, I have decided I will punish myself by not posting another MOC until 2013. Do you think that's punishment enough for playing by the rules?

Heh, heh, not really even that funny.
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| December 28, 2012, 12:33 pm
When does this start! I only just joined today, but when are the 2013 mocolympics
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| December 30, 2012, 11:34 am
Hi everyone! I thoroughly enjoyed my first MocOlympics! I was hoping to get to round 4, so the finals!... Heath you're welcome. It seemed to me like the natural thing to do, I couldn't imagine a final win by default! That plus the fact that you've been an excellent and tenacious competitor... Plus you made a pinball out of Lego: how would I resist watching it in action? :P Thank you to Stu, LWC, Gio, Lego obsessionist (and Cédric?) and all the other contestants for being such fine competitors! I don't think I will manage to make it next year, maybe in 2014... But expect lots of creations and perhaps participation to less time consuming contests! MocPages is a great community, and I want to thank the admins, judges and members one last time. And of course Dave and the other sponsors for the prizes! See you very soon and happy new year! --Tom-- PS:
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor I have decided I will punish myself by not posting another MOC until 2013. Do you think that's punishment enough for playing by the rules?

Well, I found that funny...
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| January 1, 2013, 6:50 am
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor
However, I fully intend on supporting it and paying my win forward. Whether that's by judging or as a prize donator is yet unknown, but rest assured I'll be ready to support the games in some fashion by August.

Maybe I'm a little new here, but judging would be fun! Even if I can't compete, it would be cool to participate in any way!

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| January 1, 2013, 6:55 am
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It just ended! See ya next year in the fall!

Quoting Ciaran Cook
When does this start! I only just joined today, but when are the 2013 mocolympics


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| January 4, 2013, 4:38 pm
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Quoting Tom Remy
Maybe I'm a little new here, but judging would be fun! Even if I can't compete, it would be cool to participate in any way!


Yeap, your name is on the "short list" for that... I'll be in touch.

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| January 4, 2013, 10:09 pm
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor

I agree David. In fact, I have decided I will punish myself by not posting another MOC until 2013. Do you think that's punishment enough for playing by the rules?
But really, I thought you were a D@rk for entering that. I really wondered what you were thinking. I thought that was your entry. I laughed. I joked. I am appalled at your build for that round, but to edit it a while later? If I wasn't so ticked for Ian I would think this was funny. I am a clown. I make jokes. But I was merely stating on how rotten I think that was of you.

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| January 4, 2013, 10:14 pm
Quoting David .
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor

I agree David. In fact, I have decided I will punish myself by not posting another MOC until 2013. Do you think that's punishment enough for playing by the rules?
But really, I thought you were a D@rk for entering that. I really wondered what you were thinking. I thought that was your entry. I laughed. I joked. I am appalled at your build for that round, but to edit it a while later? If I wasn't so ticked for Ian I would think this was funny. I am a clown. I make jokes. But I was merely stating on how rotten I think that was of you.

Perhaps you should file a complaint.
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| January 4, 2013, 10:18 pm
Quoting Josh B.
Perhaps you should file a complaint.
You handing out the forms?

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| January 4, 2013, 10:21 pm
Quoting David .
Quoting Josh B.
Perhaps you should file a complaint.
You handing out the forms?

Why, yes. I happen to take all complaints directed to Mr. Flor. I would be happy to assist you in informing him of your misery.
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| January 4, 2013, 10:30 pm
Quoting Josh B.
Why, yes. I happen to take all complaints directed to Mr. Flor. I would be happy to assist you in informing him of your misery.
Ah, hard times? Even I have a better job than to hand out forms to misery-ees like myself.

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| January 4, 2013, 10:32 pm
Quoting Josh B.
Why, yes. I happen to take all complaints directed to Mr. Flor. I would be happy to assist you in informing him of your misery.
Ah, hard times? Even I have a better job than to hand out forms to misery-ees like myself.

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| January 4, 2013, 10:32 pm
Quoting David .
Quoting Josh B.
Why, yes. I happen to take all complaints directed to Mr. Flor. I would be happy to assist you in informing him of your misery.
Ah, hard times? Even I have a better job than to hand out forms to misery-ees like myself.

It's quite rewarding, really. I quite enjoy watching Mr. Flor burn the forms in the fireplace with that sly grin of his.
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| January 4, 2013, 10:37 pm
Quoting Josh B.
It's quite rewarding, really. I quite enjoy watching Mr. Flor burn the forms in the fireplace with that sly grin of his.
You calling him fat? To my recollection, only Vernon Dudley does that, and the last person that watched him do it had to live in a stuffy room under the stairs.

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| January 4, 2013, 10:42 pm
Quoting David .
Quoting Josh B.
It's quite rewarding, really. I quite enjoy watching Mr. Flor burn the forms in the fireplace with that sly grin of his.
You calling him fat? To my recollection, only Vernon Dudley does that, and the last person that watched him do it had to live in a stuffy room under the stairs.

*Laughs so hard that he falls off his chair* Hahahahaha!
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| January 4, 2013, 10:46 pm
Quoting David .
Quoting Josh B.
It's quite rewarding, really. I quite enjoy watching Mr. Flor burn the forms in the fireplace with that sly grin of his.
You calling him fat? To my recollection, only Vernon Dudley does that, and the last person that watched him do it had to live in a stuffy room under the stairs.

I think you missed the point, buddy.
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| January 4, 2013, 10:50 pm
Quoting Josh B.
I think you missed the point, buddy.
No, I can see your nose perfectly fine.

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| January 4, 2013, 11:30 pm
Quoting David .
But really, I thought you were a D@rk for entering that. I really wondered what you were thinking. I thought that was your entry. I laughed. I joked. I am appalled at your build for that round, but to edit it a while later? If I wasn't so ticked for Ian I would think this was funny. I am a clown. I make jokes. But I was merely stating on how rotten I think that was of you.


And yet despite all of that, you use the idea for your own latest build which just so happens to be for a contest. Sure, you used wedges....but it's still an Egyptian dancing, and you even used the sun over the top of his head.

Good for you David....bravo! I'm extremely flattered you would "borrow" my design whilst trying to insult me. It all makes perfect sense now. ;)

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| January 6, 2013, 1:44 pm
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor

And yet despite all of that, you use the idea for your own latest build which just so happens to be for a contest. Sure, you used wedges....but it's still an Egyptian dancing, and you even used the sun over the top of his head.

Good for you David....bravo! I'm extremely flattered you would "borrow" my design whilst trying to insult me. It all makes perfect sense now. ;)
Actually, I see no sun over my man. Trust me, I saw this comment coming. I had previously build a landscape mosaic, but my family couldn't even tell it was that, mostly because of all the dark colors. I didn't 'borrow' your design or anyone elses, in fact, I look at it and find it rather amusing. But then again, I'm not in a competition for a real prize, and I'm certainly not becoming very popular on the pages if I do win. We were all given categories on thing out of our comfort zones, and that's what I got. a mosaic. I do not have enough slopes or smaller plates at the time to do anything else. Lastly, I am not trying to insult you. You are trying to humiliate me with my opinion, and I am defending my-self. So if it's all the same to you, lets just agree to disagree. *holds out hand*
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| January 8, 2013, 12:59 pm
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