Tuesday, August 19, 2008

We have a winner

Well T-Dot chose not to judge the the headline competition on her own story, despite several pleas. So I judged it. And the winner of the headline competition for T-Dot's collection plate thief story is actually a friend of mine from church, Keri Smith, a proud Jamaican, though, I suspect Usain Bolt has something to do with that.

I would now like to take a brief intermission.

Why is this cat winning races that he does not finish?

Now back to the post.

Keri's headline, "Man barters soul for $500" was great. It was innaccurate, because our friend Evan took a lot more than that, but she's not a journalist and so she's excused.

Nice job Keri. I know you'll enjoy this picture a lot more than we all think you will.

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LOL. Thanks! Sorry, I skimmed the article on the blog and it said over $500 so I thought saying $500 was catchier than $500+. Haha. My apologies.

I am always a proud Jamaican, dork! Just even more so now.

And now I must plug an article written by this proud Jamaican:

P.S. What's the prize for winning?

Posted by Blogger Keri @ 5:37 PM, August 19, 2008 #
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