N00BLET said:I just have to let the viewers know this for example the mission known as "Rock & Roll Hall of Fame", posted at October 2011.
All the viewers were lied to, the actual target is the pyramid at bottom of the Bermuda triangle, NOT the Rock & roll hall of fame as they would have you believe.
How do I know this you ask? Simple, the heavy deep water impressions should be obvious, and no it's not the fountain, it doesn't spiral like that.
So all the viewers on that task was lied to and still ignorant of what they actually saw. I mean seriously just look at the written descriptions of all the viewers, the deception is obvious.
Don't believe me? why not self task the rock & roll hall of fame and the pyramid at the bottom of the Bermuda Triangle, and see for yourself.
Now u know the truth!
Dan N said:Druid,
There is an old post on the forum that was written by Don Williams where he described how he managed the tasking of applications. I can't find the reference right now so this is from memory.
He had a large target pool from which he would regularly pull out a few to work on during the week. He had his wife help out on the following. If he had an application type of task that needed to be done on shorter demand than would be met by a random pick out of his large pool, his wife would insert it into the weeks viewing. That way it was still blind but came up in the near term.
You could probably work out something similar alone. Have a large general practice pool and a small applications pool. If you do 5 sessions a week pick 4 from the large pool and one from the small pool and mix them up.