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'TWAS I WHO SOLD SUNLIGHT! (Selling Sunlight review shenanigans)

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kentona
I am tired of Earth. These people. I am tired of being caught in the tangle of their lives.
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Yeah, we got hit by a bot that spammed our submission queue HARDCORE around the 19th/20th (submitted over 1000 articles), and in that morass of articles but before I did a batch SQL deny statement (all from my Samsung S4 phone (because my S7 caught fire a couple weeks ago)) I must have accidentally accepted that stinker of a review.

Sorry, eh?
Forgiven. ;p

And thank you so much for handling that clean-up. I can just imagine my horror if I'd gone to do the queue today and saw that mess of crazy sitting there waiting for me.
What's this about? Did someone give Selling Sunlight a scathing review or something?
The gamepage is still up, so I assume it wasn't a planted 5-star review.
Nah, the queue was spammed horribly by a bot (over 1000 articles). There were some stuff in the queue that were sitting around at the same time and it seems kentona accidentally tagged a review as accepted whilst cleaning up. Thus the review didn't actually get seen by Soli, and it turned out not to be a decent one so it's now been retroactively denied since it never did get a proper look at. No big deal, just an accident that has since been fixed.
Sooz
They told me I was mad when I said I was going to create a spidertable. Who’s laughing now!!!
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My review is that I don't understand how selling sunlight can be considered a viable retail strategy.
pianotm
The TM is for Totally Magical.
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Sooz
My review is that I don't understand how selling sunlight can be considered a viable retail strategy.


Well, first of all, there's an infinite supply, and everybody needs it, so there's an infinite demand. That's an essential basic.
unity
You're magical to me.
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Sooz
My review is that I don't understand how selling sunlight can be considered a viable retail strategy.
Well, first of all, there's an infinite supply, and everybody needs it, so there's an infinite demand. That's an essential basic.


Imagine this: You have to work the night shift and just want to feel the sunlight sometimes as a pick-me-up. Bottled sunlight is gonna sell like hotcakes!
author=Sooz
My review is that I don't understand how selling sunlight can be considered a viable retail strategy.

Well, tanning shops basically sell fake sunlight...
Marrend
Guardian Ghost of the Description Thread
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Yaaaaaaaaaaaay!

*round of applause!*
Cap_H
DIGITAL IDENTITY CRISIS
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author=unity
author=pianotm
Sooz
My review is that I don't understand how selling sunlight can be considered a viable retail strategy.
Well, first of all, there's an infinite supply, and everybody needs it, so there's an infinite demand. That's an essential basic.
Imagine this: You have to work the night shift and just want to feel the sunlight sometimes as a pick-me-up. Bottled sunlight is gonna sell like hotcakes!


I call them lightbulbs
author=Sooz
My review is that I don't understand how selling sunlight can be considered a viable retail strategy.


Some people really need it.

author=unity
Imagine this: You have to work the night shift and just want to feel the sunlight sometimes as a pick-me-up. Bottled sunlight is gonna sell like hotcakes!


Not pictured: Vampire who works the night shift at IHOP.
Sooz
They told me I was mad when I said I was going to create a spidertable. Who’s laughing now!!!
5177
On second thought, I never thought bottled water was going to work, so clearly I am not cut out for capitalism.
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