June 3, 2008

Contest winner updates: Monolith and Indy

I had so many intriguing options to choose from in my contest to give away two Monolith weekend passes. To differentiate the contest entries from the rest of my emails I get in a day, I asked folks to consider using the title, “Hey Heather, I Want To Buy You A Beer At Monolith.” I got those, and more.

There were the offers to buy me a beer, buy me several beers, buy me an unspecified mind-altering substance, buy me an overpriced hot dog, and do a kegstand. The latter two may be better suited for other venues, but we can try. The randomly-selected winners of the Monolith passes are Cass (from Wyoming!) and Jill (from Austin, TX!). Thanks to all who played, and I sincerely hope all the entrants will still come to the fest — and make good on their promises to me. It should be a fantastic weekend.

ALSO, the Indiana Jones soundtrack contest winner is Pete, with his citation of the excellent quote, “It’s not the years, honey, it’s the mileage.” Sigh.

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  • Woohoo! Thanks Heather!

    CassK — June 4, 2008 @ 11:42 am

  • Wow. I am humbled and honored — thanks, Heather! I remember reading that Harrison Ford had ad-libbed that particular line, so I guess I should thank him too.

    Pete — June 4, 2008 @ 8:16 pm

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Bio Pic Name: Heather Browne
Location: Colorado, originally by way of California
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