Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚
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I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
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Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
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Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!


Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!
Leave a comment
17 comments

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚

I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰


This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚

You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚


Damn I need to comment more

Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›


So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.

Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚

That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚




I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=

Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚


I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!

I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚


Way to go, Mark!

You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!

Congratulations Mark and congratulations to Math. ðŸ™‚
I think the big winner is Math, no doubt about that ðŸ˜‰
This contest was totally rigged by math!!! ðŸ™‚
You know. I really enjoyed calculating the winner… especially since this way it’s almost random, but the result can be checked by all the contestants. It’s all based on Math and user input. Loved it ðŸ˜€
And I’m sorry you didn’t win. Really appreciate you commenting, mate! Please keep doing that ðŸ™‚
Damn I need to comment more
Yep. You already should, but now you have a real reason ðŸ˜›
So, this means that if you get a remainder of 0, the last person in the list wins.
Well… no. If I have a remainder of 0, I will ask for another number on Twitter… and again and again… until I have a remainder. Otherwise the first or last person will have more chance to win – which isn’t fair and defeats the whole purpose of doing it this way ðŸ™‚
That means the last person has no chance of winning. Current example of 42 entries:
n mod 42 is in the range of 041. Entry 42 can’t win.
Mmm. Never thought of that, good point Kaitou. Ok. So guess you are right… if the remainder = 0, the last person is the winner ðŸ™‚
I’m glad that you corrected me before I made that mistake and picked the wrong winner ðŸ™‚
I don’t like commenting, math and contests, but I like winning.
From now on I will only communicate via comments instead of talking to you.. B^]=
Well… glad to have you onboard…
And you just entered the Monthly Sketch Giveaway of February 2012 ðŸ™‚
I guess all that time I spent sleeping in math class came back in a good way! Thanks skar, can’t wait to get my drawing of Mojo (of course)!
I will send you an email for your home address, but will create a sketch of Mojo for you ðŸ™‚
Way to go, Mark!
You also commented often, so you also had an increased chance of winning. Maybe next month, Tim.
Thanks for commenting, mate!
Well done Mark, you webcomicking fan fiend!