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Title: September and October Post of the Month: Where art thou?
Post by: HandmaidenofGod on November 14, 2011, 07:16:01 PM
While I'm sure the Mods are busy watching marathon episodes of "Mystery Science Theater 3,000 (http://www.mst3k.com/)" and reading all of Tolstoy's Novels aloud to one another, could you please take a moment to address this matter of business?

Thank you!!  :-*
Title: Re: September and October Post of the Month: Where art thou?
Post by: vamrat on November 17, 2011, 10:00:59 AM
Clearly I got it both months in a row.  They are just taking their time to make it official.  It's cool.
Title: Re: September and October Post of the Month: Where art thou?
Post by: HandmaidenofGod on November 18, 2011, 01:43:58 AM
Clearly I got it both months in a row.  They are just taking their time to make it official.  It's cool.

LOL, thanks for clarifying!
Title: Re: September and October Post of the Month: Where art thou?
Post by: FrChris on November 18, 2011, 08:12:56 AM
Has it occurred to anyone that we mods may not have found any posts that deserved the honor?

Not saying that the above is the case, but there are multiple possibilities for not having any post crowned...
Title: Re: September and October Post of the Month: Where art thou?
Post by: GabrieltheCelt on November 18, 2011, 03:12:35 PM
Has it occurred to anyone that we mods may not have found any posts that deserved the honor?

Not saying that the above is the case, but there are multiple possibilities for not having any post crowned...

 Our fragile ego's demand to be fed, so that ain't good enough, Father!  Now get the lead out and crown one of us!!
Title: Re: September and October Post of the Month: Where art thou?
Post by: Maria on November 18, 2011, 04:04:30 PM
Has it occurred to anyone that we mods may not have found any posts that deserved the honor?

Not saying that the above is the case, but there are multiple possibilities for not having any post crowned...

 Our fragile ego's demand to be fed, so that ain't good enough, Father!  Now get the lead out and crown one of us!!

A lead hammer?  ::)
Title: Re: September and October Post of the Month: Where art thou?
Post by: HandmaidenofGod on November 18, 2011, 05:34:46 PM
Has it occurred to anyone that we mods may not have found any posts that deserved the honor?

Not saying that the above is the case, but there are multiple possibilities for not having any post crowned...

 Our fragile ego's demand to be fed, so that ain't good enough, Father!  Now get the lead out and crown one of us!!

Truth be told, I enjoy reading how Fr. George writes the intro to the posts, and of course the posts themselves.

Please don't take offense at this thread, Fr. Chris, I meant no harm. I just figured all of you got busy and I'd razz you a bit.
Title: Re: September and October Post of the Month: Where art thou?
Post by: biro on November 18, 2011, 07:48:00 PM
I could do without them. Rarely do the posts that I like make it anywhere near the selection.
Title: Re: September and October Post of the Month: Where art thou?
Post by: Shiny on November 20, 2011, 12:02:11 AM
Has it occurred to anyone that we mods may not have found any posts that deserved the honor?
For October: http://www.orthodoxchristianity.net/forum/index.php/topic,40650.msg661899.html#msg661899

I've yet to see a publc Orthodox author come up with such a wonderful summation of the Church and its catholicity than the above.
Title: Re: September and October Post of the Month: Where art thou?
Post by: Fr. George on December 23, 2011, 07:41:07 PM
Honestly, we're working on voting on these issues as we speak.  Give us a few days (to account for the holiday).

I could do without them. Rarely do the posts that I like make it anywhere near the selection.

Just click "report to moderator" on the posts you really like, and type "Post of the Month nominee" (or "POM nominee") in the dialog box.  Submit that, and the post will be considered for the honor.