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Beta Key Haiku Winners

Posted on Monday, April 20 @ 17:36:57 PST by Duke_Ferris
Wow, what a great contest! It was incredibly hard to pick the winners. I lol'd so many times during that thread, I think we have to start a brand new GR tradition.

From now on, every couple of weeks or so, I'll be declaring a Haiku Friday where I will be giving away some  gaming swag from the GR stash as a prize.  On those days, all Manifesto comments should be in the form of Haiku, and the best one shall win!

Props to Blake Morse for coming up with this idea in the first place.

With that decreed, let's move right on to the winners! It was difficult choosing, and a great deal of beer was involved, however in the end the ten winners were:


Your beta keys will be PM'd to you shortly, as soon as we get them from Sony.

Finally honorable mention must be given to davidTC for his astonishing revelation that Samuel Jackson's snakes on a plane line is, in fact, haiku. Unfortunately for davidTC, he did not actually write the poem himself, but merely discovered that Snakes on a Plane turns out to be brialliant and subtle cinema.

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