#1 Posted by mosespippy (4285 posts) -
#2 Posted by Dany (7887 posts) -

I am very curious to see what it is...so give them money!

#3 Posted by mosespippy (4285 posts) -

@Dany: Even though you're already a subscriber you can still contribute by using the tip jar.

#4 Posted by Winternet (8025 posts) -

What would cost 2000$?

#5 Posted by Yanngc33 (4496 posts) -

They might want to give a little more detail about what they plan to do, you know, to incentivise users to sign up

#6 Posted by gosukiller (2324 posts) -

@Winternet said:

What would cost 2000$?

Funding SWERYs' next hit: Deadly Persona Trigger 4.

#7 Posted by Christoffer (1865 posts) -

I can't imagine anything tech related I want to see turned into an ER. I love Will and Norm but, I don't know.

Any other hints about what it is that anyone have heard of?

#8 Posted by mosespippy (4285 posts) -

@Winternet: @Yanngc33: Speculation from the comments points to a $2500 4000 piece set of Star Wars Lego.

#9 Edited by Grissefar (2842 posts) -

50? What the hell kind of number is that? Don't they have like 10000 already? They probably get more than that on a good month. And how about the people signing up for Giant Bomb in that period, who could care less about Tested?. So why the hell would they even ask for 50? That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Unbelievable. Really moronic way to handle it.

#10 Posted by Rapid (1380 posts) -

@Grissefar said:

50? What the hell kind of number is that? Don't they have like 10000 already? They probably get more than that on a good month. So, why the hell would they ask for 50? That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Unbelievable. Really moronic way to handle it.

Might be 50 subscriptions just to break even the cost of whatever their doing?

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#11 Posted by Sooty (8082 posts) -

If it's them building Lego I will be so disappointed.

#12 Posted by Xel (166 posts) -

@gosukiller said:

@Winternet said:

What would cost 2000$?

Funding SWERYs' next hit: Deadly Persona Trigger 4.

FUND IT

#13 Posted by Brendan (7843 posts) -

If it's got Will, and it's got Norm, I don't give a fuck what it is. Jar...tipped.

#14 Posted by JeanLuc (3591 posts) -

@Rapid said:

@Grissefar said:

50? What the hell kind of number is that? Don't they have like 10000 already? They probably get more than that on a good month. So, why the hell would they ask for 50? That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Unbelievable. Really moronic way to handle it.

Might be 50 subscriptions just to break even the cost of whatever their doing?

That's exactly what it is.

I wish I could do more to show support, but I already have a subscription and I'm a poor College student.

#15 Posted by Grissefar (2842 posts) -

@JeanLuc said:

@Rapid said:

@Grissefar said:

50? What the hell kind of number is that? Don't they have like 10000 already? They probably get more than that on a good month. So, why the hell would they ask for 50? That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Unbelievable. Really moronic way to handle it.

Might be 50 subscriptions just to break even the cost of whatever their doing?

That's exactly what it is.

I wish I could do more to show support, but I already have a subscription and I'm a poor College student.

So how are they going to differentiate between subscribers that month that actually want to support tested and those who haven't an idea or can't give a shit? If you are going to ask for a mere 50 subscribers, wouldn't it make more sense to make a special tested subscribe page to see if they could even hit that number?

#16 Posted by SSully (4231 posts) -

@Grissefar said:

@JeanLuc said:

@Rapid said:

@Grissefar said:

50? What the hell kind of number is that? Don't they have like 10000 already? They probably get more than that on a good month. So, why the hell would they ask for 50? That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Unbelievable. Really moronic way to handle it.

Might be 50 subscriptions just to break even the cost of whatever their doing?

That's exactly what it is.

I wish I could do more to show support, but I already have a subscription and I'm a poor College student.

So how are they going to differentiate between subscribers that month that actually want to support tested and those who haven't an idea or can't give a shit? If you are going to ask for a mere 50 subscribers, wouldn't it make more sense to make a special tested subscribe page to see if they could even hit that number?

I am sure its just they are going to give it a green light if they get 50 subscribers in a certain time period. Also when using the tip jar you can leave a note saying what the funds go to, so they recommend you mention it is for the tested endurance run.

#17 Posted by TMThomsen (2078 posts) -
#18 Posted by Butler (389 posts) -

Well they hit their mark so rejoice. And shame on you naysayers! Shame!