7th Annual Green Eggs Grading Contest: Between-Round Lounge!
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1 minute ago, kav said:

wow.  Ps that horse guy looks like some kind of centaur missing a chromosome.

Not sure if he is Andy or Shin

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3 hours ago, ADAMANTIUM said:

Eastern :makepoint: 

Sorry I live off EDT since my HQ and former office are both on it. :ohnoez:

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3 hours ago, an99 said:

Thanks.  Just want to make a donation to the contest. :)

I think it is cool you are trying to find something different to donate.  Good on ya @an99!

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OMG, that Aunt May is hilarious!

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21 hours ago, Black_Adam said:

Here you go.

Image result for crappy plastic toy soldiers

Holy moly, that is one scary looking toy ...

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So at this point last year, I was tied for 86th place with 14 points. This year those tied for 85th are at 18 points, so the board seems to be getting better. I currently sit in 71st with 20 points, so...progress! Shout out to @BlowUpTheMoon who last year was tied with me and this year is sitting nicely in 40th place with 28 points. Well done! Way to be an example of true progress for those who might be struggling this year.

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This is how complex we comic book connoisseur make grading. 

My son is 7-years-old and last year I taught him about finding flaws and grading books. He watched me participate in this year’s contest and he wanted to try. I pulled 10 of my books and had him assign a grade to each book (covered the grades). To simplify it, I gave him a grade scale of 1-10 (no half numbers and I didn’t explain 9.2, 9.4, 9.6, 9.8). Despite some books were not whole numbers, he still scored 5 Bullseyes!!!!!!!!

First number is his grade, second number is actual grade. He didn’t see the 1/2 inch spine split on the Hulk book so he gave it a 10. I took a video of him grading but it won’t let me upload it. 

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21 minutes ago, KryptoMayor said:

This is how complex we comic book connoisseur make grading. 

My son is 7-years-old and last year I taught him about finding flaws and grading books. He watched me participate in this year’s contest and he wanted to try. I pulled 10 of my books and had him assign a grade to each book (covered the grades). To simplify it, I gave him a grade scale of 1-10 (no half numbers and I didn’t explain 9.2, 9.4, 9.6, 9.8). Despite some books were not whole numbers, he still scored 5 Bullseyes!!!!!!!!

First number is his grade, second number is actual grade. He didn’t see the 1/2 inch spine split on the Hulk book so he gave it a 10. I took a video of him grading but it won’t let me upload it. 

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INCREDIBLE

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23 minutes ago, KryptoMayor said:

This is how complex we comic book connoisseur make grading. 

My son is 7-years-old and last year I taught him about finding flaws and grading books. He watched me participate in this year’s contest and he wanted to try. I pulled 10 of my books and had him assign a grade to each book (covered the grades). To simplify it, I gave him a grade scale of 1-10 (no half numbers and I didn’t explain 9.2, 9.4, 9.6, 9.8). Despite some books were not whole numbers, he still scored 5 Bullseyes!!!!!!!!

First number is his grade, second number is actual grade. He didn’t see the 1/2 inch spine split on the Hulk book so he gave it a 10. I took a video of him grading but it won’t let me upload it. 

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Pls ask him what he thinks round 8 books are then PM me :whistle:

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Posted (edited)

ah, maybe a tad inappropriate. :blush:

 

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On 10/6/2019 at 5:38 PM, kav said:

INCREDIBLE

good idea!

 

Edited by comics4all

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On 10/6/2019 at 5:17 PM, KryptoMayor said:

This is how complex we comic book connoisseur make grading. 

My son is 7-years-old and last year I taught him about finding flaws and grading books. He watched me participate in this year’s contest and he wanted to try. I pulled 10 of my books and had him assign a grade to each book (covered the grades). To simplify it, I gave him a grade scale of 1-10 (no half numbers and I didn’t explain 9.2, 9.4, 9.6, 9.8). Despite some books were not whole numbers, he still scored 5 Bullseyes!!!!!!!!

First number is his grade, second number is actual grade. He didn’t see the 1/2 inch spine split on the Hulk book so he gave it a 10. I took a video of him grading but it won’t let me upload it. 

39770025-03C4-4562-80F3-63295FCC2DEB.jpeg

This looks better than  @Hollywood1892 's penmanship & spelling ! lol

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& spelling!

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