Who's whining here? This is a valid protest, and attempts to call me childish, as people so often try and do (and only look so themselves when they do it) do not change anything. If you want to argue against my protest, then respond to what I've said, not name calling, and not hypocrisy.
I was excluded from the list because Chris decided to do so - no more, no less. More then enough people have questioned this decision to give my protest plenty of weight, whether or not you agree with whether or not I might win such an award. As I already stated, if people aren't properly recognised, then they simply won't bother. We've already seen plenty of _that_ in 2005.
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