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Romeo Liney
 Puerto Rico
Expanding goals Printer Friendly Version
Ever watch a soccer game where by the 28th minute you just knew there wouldn't be any goals scored that day? You could see it in some games in the world cup - in some games, both teams were so scared of being scored upon that they only attacked with one man, who had to deal with ten defenders. Boring!
My idea is to introduce goals that slowly become larger, maybe a foot in width and heigth per five minutes, in the second half of scoreless games. Late in the game, those huge goals will look so tempting and be so easy to score on that the fans will see lots and lots of goals. Wouldn't that be great?
Reward: $9 (ok, free match tickets would do as well, as long as they go with free peanuts). 

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Ruthie Mesfun
 USA
Angelic Layer Printer Friendly Version
There is a japanese tv show called angelic layer (it's a cartoon). Well I thought I can make a little simulation of that you see.
To get an "angel" (Angel - is another term for a doll which is made by a person to be fought in Angelic Layer battles. Angels are each made differently, and can have different attributes. Some angels are made to be great in stamina but slow, others are made to be Speed, but are not as strong. The deus must decide how s/he wants his angel to be.) from an angels egg (Angel Egg - The first stage in the Angel Making Process, where the angel to be is in a small egg, surrounded by the absorption fluid, a type of water. When opened, the fluid leaks out, leaving only the doll, which will be created, molded, and made into an angel of the creator's choice.)
To make this a hit seller I thought it would be great to put a doll that has no face or real body tone in the egg and let the Deus (Deus - is another name for the maker of an Angel Doll. Deus's are the ones who control the dolls during and Angelic Layer battle. Deus's are also usually the ones who create and design the Angel doll, though there are some exceptions to this case.) make his or her dream doll by using clay leaving it all night and then using "special paint" for the face they need to also buy a wig and make clothers for there angel. There will be a card where u need to mail to the company to get ur ID card so u can play in the tournament and play in ur PS2 or PC game (Big profit)!
But here's where it gets interesting we make a game out of it for a Pc and PS2. But u need to buy a doll because when u buy the game u will need to describe your doll and type ur ID Code so ur doll can get power points....
Then there are tounaments called Angelic layer (Angelic Layer - A game where two people battle their Angels on a table. Each person or deus will wear a Visor that lets them control the doll through telepathy. Angelic Layer battles are popular in Tokyo, and it is quite a game. ) If you win you get special points to get discounts on angel stuff or prizes.
If you want to see pictures or u want to get more detailed about angelic layer goto to these websites: http://www.misakichii.com or http://eternalsenshi.com/yohko

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strangebrain
 USA
PoliStats Printer Friendly Version
PoliStats works in much the same way as football game statistics. Whenever you're watching a football game they are able to pull up amazing statistics about each player, each team, how many times a team has lost in their home arena during a given month. The stats are amazing. Why not have statistics and facts pulled up during political debates--how a candidate actually voted previous to the bologna that he's currently spouting, what their charitable donations are, what organizations or corporations donated to their campaign, which lobbyists they associate with etc. This would give the viewing public a much clearer picture of who the candidate actually is, rather than relying soley on the lies they are spewing at the moment to gain votes. This would also give the commentators much more interesting lines of commentary.
Reward: better information before voting, trapping candidates in lies and obfuscation, better representation of facts and figures. 

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