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Haiku Fridays: People's Choice

Posted on Friday, August 19 @ 23:50:25 PST by
Last week's Haiku Fridays gave you the choice of a new game for your Kinect, or for those of you without a Kinect, a nice box of cereal! This week, we offer up another choice, this time with a slightly more on-topic approach. Just like last week, pick a prize, write a haiku, and win!

Up for grabs we have a download code for Toy Soldiers: Cold War on Xbox 360. This Xbox Live Arcade title wraps up the Summer of Arcade in fine fashion with some hands-on tower defending. Don't have an Xbox? Not in the mood for toys? Anthony's also graciously offered up this Call of Duty: Black Ops Rezurrection DLC poster, complete with snarling zombie:

So which will it be? If you're out to win Toy Soldiers: Cold War, write a haiku with the "Cold War" in it. If you want to win the poster, write a haiku about a zombie. In the mean time, let's listen to what TheNesMan, our 100th Haiku Fridays winner, is listening to:

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