Congratulations to Justin Watermann, winner of our 4th Day of Geekmas prize pack from Putty World and DiscoveryStore.com. Thus far in 12DoG we’ve focused heavily on science and technology, but today we take it back to the simpler things in life. Like music and video games. And also putty.
Today’s winner snags a can of Aaron’s Crazy Putty as well as CDs from a pair of HipTrax favorites. Celtic filker Marc Gunn has seen fit to set you up with copies of both his 2010 albums The Bridge and Kilted for Her Pleasure, while FUMPer Insane Ian has likewise provided his two latest releases fairly EPic and The Last Arcade. Our friends at Sony have also once again come through with some amazing prizes – copies of Invizimals and ModNation Racers for the PSP. This means, of course, that to take full advantage of this swag you’ll need to be in possession of a PlayStation Portable. But if not you can always, y’know, re-gift.
In this edition of ye olde GeekDad HipTrax Stocking Stuffer we expound upon the virtues of these prizes, as well as those of our very own podcast sponsor MapHook. You’re also treated to the I Fight Dragons cover of Fountains of Wayne’s “Alien for Christmas” from last year’s Come Down the Chimney compilation. And don’t forget to listen for today’s secret code word, as you’ll need that to enter today’s random drawing. (Our hearing-impaired friends can 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 crafted with pride by GeekDad’s own John Anealio. They say he has a very shiny nose.
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.