If you read every contest rule, term of use, etc that you come across in your life, well good for you.
S!girl wrote:I think the reason I am so upset about this is because it is so personal for me. I have tried to get published for the last 5 years. About 3 months ago I won a contest to be published in a major magazine. But, after reading the rules carefully again, like KC, I had broken them. For about 10 minutes I kept thinking "Don't worry about it, nobody's gonna know." But then I thought "You and GOD are going to know." Not only that, I had to look myself in the mirror every day. And my kids were going to look me in the eye. How could I, as a moral, ethical, human being pass ideals of honesty and integrity onto my children if I couldn't practise it myself. I wrote a letter explaining the situation and excusing myself as a winner in the contest. Then I proceeded to cry for about 3 days. It broke my heart and I am YET to be published, but at least I can look myself in the mirror and KNOW that I am a woman of morals who my children can be proud of.
trenttuckersmommy wrote:her response was absolutely disgusting.
wtg CK!! Kristina just lost you all of my business.
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