Yes I have to give that to you - your track record was spotless until like two nights ago! But saying you're glad you stood your ground voting against a trainee to save a slasher doesn't sound like a good thing to me.Evidence about what, exactly? My innocence? That’s difficult to prove. But I have to say I’m very proud of my voting track record. Of course, I voted to eliminate Ex-Idols @enjoy and @Wills. When I voted to eliminate you (the first time) and @Lately, I told y’all I would give y’all a chance to change my mind by explaining your side. And when you did explain your side, I listened and changed my vote accordingly.
My biggest regret, I would say, is voting for @drod93. As we all know, he turned out to be a Trainee. But back then, I was very loyal to the people I was talking to, one of those being @Serg. And when he voted for @drod93, I followed his lead. I learned from that and tried thinking for myself and really looking for solid tea before I made my subsequent votes.
And for what it’s worth, I’m glad I stood my ground when I voted for you instead of @junglefish last night. Obviously that backfired so bad and now I’m fighting for my life. But I know I would’ve hated myself more if I allowed myself to just follow the bandwagon and not think for myself.