Nominations for The Krypto Award for Friendliest member
1. Please post no more than one nomination for the friendliest member in our second year of the CCF (between April 30th, 2015 at 9:22pm EST and April 30, 2016 at 9:21pm EST).
2. You must explain why you are nominating this member.
3. Please second no more than one nomination made by another member. You may not second your own nomination.
4. Any member receiving both a nomination and a second will be included in the final ballot for this award on May 25th.
5. Nominations and Seconds for this round conclude at the end of May 16th.
6. Absolutely NO negative talk about another member, nor another member's nomination. The very purpose of this event is to salute our members and their contributions for all they've added to this community. Though only one member will ultimately receive this award, you have the potential to thank and maybe touch members with anyone you choose to nominate or second. Please don't use this opportunity to hurt or deflate someone.
So start your nominating!
Last Edit: May 17, 2016 16:24:47 GMT -5 by shaxper
Is it just me, or is Icctrombone everyone's best friend around here? He gets along with absolutely everyone, treats everyone with the utmost respect, and last year, when I was having a rough time, the dude even got my address and sent me a care package. I can't think of a nicer person.
I am going to nominate the Captain, who always brings cheer to the boards with his posts, even when things are tough for him. Always a kind r supportive word for others, enthusiasm for the topics on our boards and making people feel welcome to participate in those conversations.
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