@ucpete said:I am so glad you mentioned that Tweezer, because like 3-4 years before I used it, before I had even become MJM Host, I read a review by @tmwsiy (a buddy) that blew me away:@WayIFeel said:That goddamned clip of that goddamned 1990 Tweezer will haunt my dreams for life.Clearly the emeriti and soon to be emeriti were chomping at the bit to play this week.No joke! We might need to do another tournament of champions at some point. Though last year, I'm not gonna lie, it was a TON of work – and it was the most anticlimactic final I could have ever imagined! Both finalists ran out of steam, the post got archived due to ten days of inactivity before either had found a clip, let alone really dug in... though each round before the finals was an insane battle with some folks figuring shit out in ways I couldn't even fathom, others getting supremely frustrated with me and the clips and clues, and when it all came to a head, former MJM host and longtime Emeritus vs. a zero win player, it ended up being a monthlong staring contest! Ha Ha Ha!
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