|Comments on Monday 4 October 2010:|
|Our wedding cake is entered into a cake contest. Tell them it is a 10 because apparently "who has the most friends" is how fair merit-based voting is done these days. Also get all your friends to tell them it is a 10, and get all your enemies to tell them it is a 10, and use public computers to tell them it is a 10 an extra time, and use your hacked botnets to tell them it is a 10 thousands of times. Cheers!
|Are the winners those which achieve the most points, or the highest mean score? If the latter, you should also be telling us to downvote all the other cakes. Annoyingly there's no zero option, and the numbers are labelled "It's good", and "It's amazing".|
|I think it's actually just that the public votes put you in the running then the frontrunners are judged by a panel, so it's not *as* horrible as some of these things. (But I could be wrong, it's not a very clear explanation.)|