Welcome USCHO and a ContestJanuary 24, 2008 at 10:54 pm | Posted in Contest, Random | 37 Comments
What? You didn’t think I would welcome the whole five of you that read my Dad’s column? Well, I am. I may not be half as good of a writer as my Dad is and I certainly don’t degrade on myself nearly as much, but you better believe I can crap on him like it’s my job. Well, it is my job in a way, someone needs to keep him in line and my Mom certainly doesn’t. So, welcome all five of you.
According to my Dad you’re probably mostly eaters and not cooks, but come on, you have to know someone who cooks. Don’t you? Well, maybe not. I know there are some college students out there who live on cafe food and pizza and never get a home cooked meal or any yummy baked goods. So, in honor of all the eaters, but not cooks who came here to indulge my attention seeking tendencies I’m going to have a little contest just like my Dad does every other week. For those of you who didn’t get here from USCHO.com, my Dad only writes a column every other week because he’s too old and lazy to handle once a week.
Contest rules (make sure you read all of them):
Leave a comment on this post with your email address or some way to contact you. No, you sleezebag, I don’t want you phone number, I’m happily married and already have one man in my life to annoy me on a daily basis. Basically, that means leave your email address.
I’m going to add one more rule because CB wants to win and I would like the winner to be one of my Dad’s readers, so here’s what we’re going to do. I’m going to pick 2 winners, one winner from the USCHO visitors and one winner from everyone else. When you comment please tell me if your coming from USCHO. If you don’t write USCHO I will assume you are just someone who loves my blog.
Next Thursday I will randomly draw a name from the stack. The winner will receive some yummy baked good of my choice. You don’t get to choose, I do. It’s my contest I make the rules, if you don’t like it then don’t get yummy baked goods.
The only other rule is that your mailing address has to be in the US. Unless you want to give me $100 to ship your baked goods to Australia, only to get 2 week old stale baked goodies it’s just not going to happen.
Now go comment eaters!