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A Reminder to Our Contest Winner

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There they stand, on the slopes of Easter Island, strange, enigmatic–3 million years old, according to Godzilla vs. Megalon–these nameless, timeless portraits in stone. Whose portraits are they? Why here, on the most remote and isolated island in the whole Pacific Ocean?

Ah, well, never mind. What I really want to know is White Rabbit’s mailing address so I can send him the book he won in the comment contest. Oh, and he should also tell me which book he wants. Dave, are you copying this? Send me that information at leeduigon.verizon.net .

 

 


And We Have a Winner!

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Comment No. 20,000–hit it right on the nose, in fact–has been posted by “thewhiterabbit,” who thereby wins this latest comment contest.

I’m sorry that that last big prize fell through, and we will not have an undiscovered land mass named for him. They couldn’t discover one in time. So “thewhiterabbit” wins an autographed copy of one of my books.

So… let me know which book you want, and then email me your mailing address at leeduigon@verizon.net.

There will be more comment contests down the road, so if you want to win one someday, stay with me. And keep those comments coming!


Comment Contest: Last Call

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There are just 50 comments to go for 20,000, which means we ought to have a winner very soon.

Some of the gaudier prizes aren’t going to make it, I’m afraid. Having a newly-discovered land mass named for you, though, that’s still in the running, provided one can be discovered sometime in the next few days. Otherwise the winner will receive an autographed copy of one of my Bell Mountain books.

Anyone can play, and all comments are eligible except for the following: comments abusive of anyone else on this site, blasphemy, remarks featuring the f-bomb and other profanity, thinly disguised commercials, and comments inane enough to count as white noise. Other than that, anything goes.

So that’s that, until we can announce the winner.


Comment Contest: Less than 200 to Go

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I’m giving you fair warning: the comments are moving along briskly toward No. 20,000, and whoever posts that milestone comment will win a prize.

I’m afraid some of the really snazzy prizes I was looking at have fallen through, although the lease on the Hoover Dam is still in the running. Otherwise, the winner will receive an autographed copy of one of my books.

Quite a few of you have already won one of these contests, and it’s open to all. Just about any kind of comment is eligible, except for those abusive of anyone else on this site, any containing profanity or blasphemy, thinly disguised ads for goods and services that somehow get past the spam filter, or remarks simply too inane to bother with. Other than that, you’re good to go.


Comment Contest Reminder

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Don’t anybody say I’m giving you short notice: there are only about 300 comments to go to reach lucky 20,000, and whoever posts that comment wins a prize.

A pyramid with your name on it–in neon hieroglyphics! A weekend on Solitude Island in the Siberian Arctic, with the celebrity of your choice! Rhinestone socks signed by Joe Collidge!

Or, if my plans for those prizes fall through, an autographed copy of one of my books.

Anyone can play, and all comments are eligible except: comments abusive to me or to another reader; blasphemy; any use of the f-bomb; ads thinly disguised as comments (it’s insulting); or comments simply to vapid to bother with.

Other than that, anything goes.


Remember the Comment Contest!

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It doesn’t have quite the ring of “Remember the Maine,” but it will have to do: there are less than 500 comments to go to No. 20,000, and whoever posts that comment will become President for Life of some undisclosed country. Either that, or you win an autographed copy of one of my books.

There are a lot of new visitors here since the last contest, so let’s hear from you.


Win Fabulous Prizes in Our Comment Contest!

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We have less than a thousand to go to reach Comment No. 20,000 on this blog, so that means it’s time for another comment contest. Whoever posts No. 20,000 will win something mind-bogglingly fantastic… if my negotiations with Fabulous Treasure Inc. don’t fall through. Win your own foreign country to rule as absolute monarch! Or a huge chest full of gold coins and uncut rubies! Or your portrait painted by Peter Paul Rubens!

Otherwise, an autographed copy of one of my books.

The contest is open to all, and any and all comments qualify, with the following exceptions: comments abusive to me or to any other reader; any use of the f-bomb; blasphemy; commercials thinly disguised as comments, that somehow get past the spam filter; comments simply too inane to bother with. Other than that, anything goes.

I expect it will take up all of October to get to No. 20,000, but let’s just see.


Win Aladdin’s Lamp!

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You know I don’t like to make extravagant promises that I can’t possibly fulfill, so in all honesty, I must reveal that it’s not my comment contest that is offering Aladdin’s magical lamp as a prize.

But gee whiz, it’s the comment contest, I have to do something to make it exciting!

Well, whoever posts Comment No. 15,000 on this blog–and we’ve only got 21 to go!–will win an autographed copy of one of my books. Everyone on earth except for Keith Olbermann is eligible, and any comment is eligible except for the following: remarks that are abusive of anyone else on this site; comments containing profanity or blasphemy (which I’ll just delete anyway, so don’t waste your time sending any), commercials thinly disguised as comments (which is insulting), or comments simply too inane to bother with. Otherwise, anything goes.

Lots of readers have won these contests, so if you’re new to this blog, hop right in! Anyone can play and anyone can win.


Unbearable Excitement! Fabulous Wealth! (Comment Contest)

Where is everybody today? Dudes! Don’t you know there are less than 100 comments to go in our current comment contest?

According to a bona fide board-certified charlatan, Dr. Name Withheld, a member of the International College of Charlatans, whoever wins this comment contest, by posting Comment No. 15,000 on this blog, “will embark upon a course of rare good fortune that will very shortly lead to the acquisition of fabulous wealth, world-wide fame, and a really nice ham casserole.”

Just in case my charlatan is wrong, the backup plan is for the winner to win an autographed copy of one of my books.

The contest is open to everyone in the world, and all comments are eligible, except for the following: comments abusive to anyone else on this site, comments that contain the f-bomb, other profanity, or blasphemy–not that I’m going to publish anything like that. Also ruled out are commercials thinly disguised as comments, and comments simply too inane to bother with.

Hey, this morning’s viewership is way, way down! Please tell your friends and family members about this blog and urge them to visit it. Use threats if necessary.

For new readers: listen, lots of readers have won these contests so far. The next winner could be you!


Win This Famous Work of Art!

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How would you like to have the one and only Mona Lisa hanging in your living room? Well, Leonardi da Vinci’s legendary masterpiece will be yours–if you’re the lucky reader who posts Comment No. 15,000 on this blog. And there are under 200 left to go, so all aboard!

Dude, this painting is worth, like, hundreds of dollars! Some guy down the street, he said he can, like, get it for me from The Loove, which is, like, a museum in Paris (or is it Kansas City?).

If by some mischance this arrangement goes belly-up, the prize will be an autographed copy of one of my books.

All readers are eligible, and all you have to do is leave a comment. All comments are eligible, except for any that are abusive of anyone else on this site, or contain blasphemy, or profanity, or commercial messages thinly disguised as comments, or remarks that are just too inane to bother with.

I can hardly wait to see what the winning comment will be!


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