Letter writer: Best of WNC campaigns try to game the contest

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Attached please find my third separate direct solicitation to vote for a particular organization or business in your 2015 Best of WNC competition. Those implementing campaigns to thus rig the deal are gaming your contest.

Although I don’t personally participate, as a repeat Best Villain winner, I thought I’d reinforce my credentials. Some of your readers are cheaters.

— Carl Mumpower
Asheville

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2 thoughts on “Letter writer: Best of WNC campaigns try to game the contest

  1. dingus

    Wow, something I agree with Carl Mumpower about!

    The first time Sirius B was voted best Rock band, I knew something was fishy. Either the voters don’t know what rock music is, or the system is rigged towards favouring those with the most friends on Facebook. Actual talent and ability to rock don’t seem to matter.

  2. Jim

    Yep. 12 Bones is somehow immune to one criticism that for some odd reason any other hole in the wall would be laughed about. For a restaurant that closes an entire month, they could at least FIX THE DAMN LACK OF HOT WATER IN THE BATHROOM.

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