Yeah but we didn't lose but much did we? Is that good or bad?
In a message dated 29/08/07 19:41:23 GMT Daylight Time, email@example.com
> This message is overdue. Several people have asked if we made it into the
> Red Bull soapbox derby. The answer is no. People are asking why we lost.
> They want to know how, after we massed an army of people who voted each day
> why did Team Death Trap still lose? There was a fundamental flaw in our
> plan, so basic, that we were doomed from the start. The "Death Trap Army"
> was made up of people like you and I. We go to work, we drink, we work on
> cars, have families, and most important we can have sex. It turns out that
> the winning team, "The Rust Rockets" voters were made up of a bunch of
> nerds, who play the online game, "World of Warcraft". Think pasty nerds
> who never leave the computer, never see the daylight, have no personal
> friends, never talked to a girl and most important, never have sex. You
> can't compete against an army of gaming nerds. So the reason we lost is
> the "Death Trap Army" was much to normal. Thanks for voting, the first beer
> is on me, now go have sex.
> Bill "the loser" Gilroy
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