Congratulations to Shadow, who correctly identified the six changes in my Spot the Differences contest for a 2013 Houston Firefighter Calendar. Shadow, we will be contact you shortly about sending your prize. In addition to my street team leader
Wererabbit Contest notes: Each entrant who correctly responded with five differences was added to my spreadsheet and assigned a number in the order their entry was received. (I received 22 entries, by the way.) I ran those numbers through random.org’s
It’s my second annual “Spot the Differences” contest. The prize is the 2011 edition of the Toronto Firefighter calendar — the proceeds of the sales of the calendars support Toronto’s Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation. (Princess Margaret Hospital is one of
Wow, the “Spot the Differences” contest for the 2010 Firefighter calendar was a lot of fun. And from what I hear you guys had a lot of fun with it too. The trick to it was to click on the
So much to cover for today’s post, covering both winners and ways to win. First off, the winner of Meg Benjamin’s Be My Baby is FLCHEN. Fedora, please could email me with your choice of format – PDF, PDF for
Post #800 It’s not that much of a milestone. I really shouldn’t be celebrating anything until post #1000. But I have this thing for numbers, especially if they’re even numbers, and even more so if they’re round like this one.