aramis525 wrote:This makes me sad. I forgot to check the recokning that day until after 12:00 and you're telling me that one shirt would have kept FireNinja around another week?!?! I'm going to go cry again!
It could've kept it alive AND kill the bird.
bounty42 wrote:If I'm following, this means we've got an error on Element's of Life's count. Do you ever try to fix that?
No I haven't, hence the disclaimer. Nonetheless, the other five shirts all sold 648 in this reckoning period, hence why I can say it was a 6-way tie from 15th to 20th.
Acquired Taste was "substantially" behind at 645.
Weezknight wrote:Guess these tight reckonings leave people in less of a mood to joke. Mea maxima culpa.
Many of us aren't in the mood because of this.
- I sided with Woot when they bumped the sales from 3k to 5k without a bump in the artist compensation, even though we have numbers reflecting that the artists are taking a sizable cut in commissions.
- I sided with Woot when the debut day went from $10 to $12 last month.
- I'm NOT siding with Woot taking their bread-and-butter product from Made in the USA to Made in Honduras.
tnode192 wrote:I seem to recall a comment that the maximum number of Skippy Squirrel shirts to make it through their first Reckoning was five, so was the six that made it this week a new record?
Yep, it's a new record.
crazydoglady wrote:Dude, that is sooo last year!
Haha ... yeah, it seriously is.
When I started doing the numbers, it was to document the shenanigans that occurred on Monday mornings. That actually proved more of the opposite - that it wasn't as substantial as what the naysayers have said, and that the fight for survival very well is this close.
The day old Woot shirts died
(petition courtesy of @no1)