Don’t Forget: Second Chance DABWAHA Brackets

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Don’t forget the 2nd Chance Bracket Competition. You can enter your picks until 4pm EST today, Wednesday 25 March.

Head on over to The Second Chance Tourney site and fill out a new bracket. Pimp your voting choices on Twitter. Trash talking is TOTALLY allowed. Encouraged. Praised, even. Bring it on, times two!

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    Suze says:

    I iz confuzzled.  I can’t find my online tag in the list.  Does that mean my original picks didn’t get picked?

    It was Suze Wahoo, and I’ll be happy to set it up again for a second chance at picks, but I’m wondering what happened to my first one.

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    SB Sarah says:

    You’re registered already, but this is a separate tournament that starts with the next round of voting. So one registrations, two tourneys.

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    rebyj says:

    The second chance ends shortly suze so go ahead and do a second chance entry anyway.

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    Suze says:

    Okay, then.  Thanks for the help.

    Have I mentioned before that I’m a little technologically challenged?

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    Suze says:

    Good god, am I that stupid?  I’ve added my online tag, picked my picks, and clicked on Submit, and it keeps telling me I have to enter a selection for every game.  And I did!  I DID, I tells ya!

    I should probably give up and go back to things that don’t take a lot of brainwork, like sleeping.

    Sigh.

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    Julie says:

    It did the same thing to me Suze, to the point were I was about to smash the hell out the laptop but then I remembered that I was at work the boss wouldn’t have like that to much…..

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    Lori says:

    @Suze & Julie: The same thing happened to me & it took my a minute to figure out that I hadn’t actually picked a final winner.  The form is sort of odd in the respect. My guess is that you have 2 titles in the middle.  Pick one of those as your winner.  That title will show up under the other 2.  Hit submit & you’re good to go.  Weird form.

    My issue is that I just finished reading one of the books that’s still in contention. I think it will likely win at least one more round, so I felt I should chose it.  The thing is, I hated it, and so didn’t want to vote for it. I spent at least half the book feeling completely out of it because other people obviously loved it & I really, really didn’t. Deciding between the competitive instinct and a desire not to support the book in any way was tough. I’m odd like that.

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    SonomaLass says:

    @Lori: A lot of us have the same dilemma.  Do you pick the books you liked, that you think deserve to win?  That’s a good way to end up in, oh, 537th place.  Or you can pick the books that you know lots of other people liked, so they are more likely to win—except if you do that, then which do you vote for? The book you think deserves to win, or the book you picked to win?  I never have this problem with the basketball bracket, because I just pick—nothing I can do that affects the outcome!  Of course, so far my vote isn’t affecting the outcome, either.  I swear, next year I’m going to pick the books that I expect will win, and then I’ll vote for the ones I think deserve to win.  Even if I’m voting against my prediction, which will feel weird but somehow honest.

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