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Everyone who took part produced excellent work and it was annoyingly hard to pick a winner. Like the art competition, because of the relatively few entries we're only going to announce the first place winner this year. However, everyone else will be able to get a "took part" certificate if they want one.
— Piet Hein - Grooks
Oh what a thought, 97 Frys!
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It was a great pleasure to judge in this competition and get to read such good stories.
And very nice illustration, Kaspired! The faces are a bit off-model, but I like it a lot.
This is the end;
I'm a good fighter
But a bad friend;
I've played the traitor
Over and over;
I'm a good hater
But a bad lover.
Elinor Wylie, "Peregrine"
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And Kaspired, wow, that picture is great. Thank you for drawing it. I'm doubly honored.
The story here is that I was at somewhat of a loss for a plot. Futurama_Freak1 was relating a story to me about a fangirl that was asking him for pictures of Fry and what would happen if there were 500 Frys, and I went "Ah HA!" or "Eureka!" or something like that. I stopped at 97 or so because that's a little over 16 hours worth of Frys. So FF1, don't worry, when I receive me reasonable quality certificate, I'll send you an autographed photocopy.
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Crack!Fic, The Marge Simpson Way: "Just then, Sir Lancelot rode up on a white horse and saved Joan of Arc. They got married and lived in a spaceship. The end." - Tales from the Public Domain, "Hot Child In The City"
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