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Bit-Tech Christmas Countdown Competition - 2 December

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WildThing 2nd December 2013, 12:54 Quote
Nice one, entered!
loftie 2nd December 2013, 14:35 Quote
Thank You Bit-Tech and GSkill :)
phinix 2nd December 2013, 14:44 Quote
Nice, sent my answer:)
The Infamous Mr D 2nd December 2013, 14:59 Quote
Ping! Entered!
Asouter 2nd December 2013, 15:10 Quote
Awesome, Bit-tech and Gskill
aramil 2nd December 2013, 16:29 Quote
RAMMING home the christmas message......

Many thanks
Chicken76 2nd December 2013, 20:37 Quote
@Edward Chester:

Since this competition is open to anyone regardless of location, "midday 3rd December 2013" is a bit vague. Is that each entrant's 12:00 PM or UK's?
greypilgers 2nd December 2013, 20:51 Quote
You know how they always say "there's no such thing as a stupid question"?
They were wrong...
Meanmotion 2nd December 2013, 20:56 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chicken76
@Edward Chester:

Since this competition is open to anyone regardless of location, "midday 3rd December 2013" is a bit vague. Is that each entrant's 12:00 PM or UK's?

Sorry, that should be midday GMT. Each competition will run for 24hours (give or take).
jackjack 3rd December 2013, 07:16 Quote
Merry Christmas 2013
Entered ^_^
Thank you Bit-Tech and G.SKILL :)
jon 3rd December 2013, 13:44 Quote
There's sitll no such thing as a stupid question ...

but there are one heck of a lot of inquisitive idiots.

:)
Chicken76 3rd December 2013, 19:04 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by greypilgers
You know how they always say "there's no such thing as a stupid question"?
They were wrong...
I don't see what's stupid about it. There are some legal aspects to these competitions, and when you're dealing with legal implications, you can never be explicit enough. The competition is worldwide, which means someone in Chile could plan to fire up his modem and enter the competition at 11:30 (his time), only to find out the competition has already ended, as it's 14:30 in London. Could he sue the Bit-Tech owners for false advertising or something? I don't know, but does Bit-Tech want to risk it when the fix is so easy to implement? As you can see from Edward's response, they agree with my point of view.
Quote:
Originally Posted by jon
There's sitll no such thing as a stupid question ...

but there are one heck of a lot of inquisitive idiots.
Was that supposed to insult me? Well, you failed, try again.
greypilgers 19th December 2013, 13:29 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chicken76
I don't see what's stupid about it. There are some legal aspects to these competitions, and when you're dealing with legal implications, you can never be explicit enough. The competition is worldwide, which means someone in Chile could plan to fire up his modem and enter the competition at 11:30 (his time), only to find out the competition has already ended, as it's 14:30 in London. Could he sue the Bit-Tech owners for false advertising or something? I don't know, but does Bit-Tech want to risk it when the fix is so easy to implement? As you can see from Edward's response, they agree with my point of view.


Was that supposed to insult me? Well, you failed, try again.



My throwaway comment is given more credence than it deserved...
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