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If my sister's cat curls around my mouse shortly before midnight, so I can't click "completed" on a just-finished task and get credit for the accomplishment, am I receiving negative Karma for a previous transgression, or, by petting her rather than moving her, am I earning positive Karma to be received some time or some life in the future?
Also, are there any Karmic effects from writing run-on sentences?

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David Trey  staff
Replied on Sep 14, 2013 - 11:53 UTC


Please clarify - when you complete a task past midnight, you get negative Karma for that? Even when such task would become overdue it shouldn't decrease your Karma as only tasks overdue by more than 3 days do that.

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Sherwood Bishop  premium
Replied on Sep 15, 2013 - 00:52 UTC

Dear David, dedicated staff person,
I wasn't referring to Todoist Karma, just Karma in general.
I suppose now I will incur a bit of negative (in the ozone, not on Todoist) Karma for wasting a Todoist staff person's time with my facetious questions. I hope you didn't try duplicating my mouse mishap on your Todoist computer equipment.
Thank you for your quick response.