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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by BigTexasOne, Mar 24, 2012.
I was hoping this game would move along a bit faster.
It'll move, the nearest 438 I can find is abut an hours ride..... I workin on it!
I have a 438/439/440 already... But as I understand the rules, it's not acceptable to claim two numbers in a row.
An hour? Google maps and street view are your friends. If you're really in Lantana, TX, then:
438 Lake Highlands Dr, Lake Dallas, TX 75065 has a good number on the mailbox at the curb. (20 mins)
438 Remington Dr E, Highland Village, TX 75077 has a good number on the mailbox post at the curb too. (16 mins)
438 Moonlight Way, Irving, TX 75063 has a great clear number plate on the house easily captured from the street at the driveway. (35 mins)
This is a quote from the rules in post no. 1, notice they were edited to allow multiples.....
" No posting multiples, if you post "2", you can't post again until "3" is posted by someone else. EDIT! Sequential consecutive numbers are allowed EDIT 06/18, 2012, to read ALLOWED, under any circumstance! That's all the rules, let's go!"
NOTICE, I started this game, and I edited the rules as shown above, If you want and can do it, post all the multiples you can..... GO FOR IT
Well, thanks for the clarification. It's a little odd, saying no multiples followed by the edit to allow them. It would be clearer to suggest sequential consecutive numbers are allowed and delete the original "No posting multiples" part. Some games have a waiting period of 3-5 days before you can post a follow on to your own grab. Kind of nice to keep the overly prolific folks at bay, but still keep the game moving.
Good point, perhaps I will re-edit the rules, but tag on!
Thanks for starting the game to begin with. I'll just post one a week if no movement occurs, just to amuse myself.