Congratulations to our 3rd Day of Geekmas prize pack winner Luke McKean. I can only imagine the amazing things possible when you combine your prizes – a copy of Activision’s Tony Hawk: Shred and a container of Crazy Aaron’s Putty. Oh, to be young and adventurous!
Today – in addition to the requisite container of Aaron’s Crazy Putty – we will be giving away a pair of excitingly dorktastic prizes from DiscoveryStore.com. Today’s winner will be able to channel his inner mad scientist with the help of the Discovery Chem-X 1000 Science Lab, and may even be inspired to use this new-found scientific acumen for the greater good by a pair of Mythbusters Bobble Heads.
In today’s GeekDad HipTrax Stocking Stuffer you’ll hear to hear Ken and me get our science on as we discuss these prizes. You’ll also get another earful of knowledge regarding podcast sponsor MapHook. On the musical tip you even get some chiptune goodness from 8 Bit Weapon & ComputeHer in the form of “Oh Christmas Tree (Oh Hanukkah).” Which I reckon proves that there are no losers in the 12 Days of Geekmas. But to be a genuine winner you’ll want to note the secret code word needed to enter today’s random drawing. (Our hearing-impaired friends can also find said code word in the podcast file metadata.) Enter that word and your personal information into the form below before 11:59 PM EST tonight to qualify.
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The “12 Days of Geekmas Theme” was created by John Anealio. He is the only man brave enough to explore the gastric implications of el chupacabra in song.
Open to North American residents only.
One entry per physical address.
Must be 18 or older to enter.
Winners will be chosen by random from a given day’s entries.
Winners will be notified via the email supplied at time of entry, and in the following day’s giveaway post.
Prizes are supplied by 3rd parties, and GeekDad.com cannot be held liable for items damaged or lost in shipping.