I have 50 Gmail invites, now is the time to get anybody and everybody you know on Gmail. Google will take over the world soon and you want to be sure that the ink on your barcode tatoo is dry when the Gazi's come knocking. Friends, family, doesn't have to be yourself, just help me get rid of these invites. I'm making this entry public so you can copy & paste the URL to anybody.
Well the Seahawks just reduced their chances of getting into the playoffs to Wild Card team only. Way to lose guys. And here nearly 100% of the guys at ESPN have been picking you for NFC champs all year.
Alright, so for some reason LJ isn't letting me do a text poll to get people's first name, last name, and email to send out the 5 Gmail invites I've got. So since LJ is being stupid and I'm sure I'm doing the HTML right, I'll just take the first 5 comments here. If you want to protect your privacy, comment here AND send an email to Xeroproject at Gmail.com with the neccessary info.
So I've got an idea. I often wonder about a lot of things, but I move on and never ask the questions that would satisfy my curiousity. So in an effort to at least learn one thing each day, I'm going to start posting questions in my livejournal for anybody to answer. I'll attempt to keep the questions factual rather than theorectical, but just like efforts to spell things correctly, that may not always happen. Anyhow, today's question occured to me while I was attempting to figure out what's so new and different about Chicken Selects as opposed to Chicken Nuggets.
Why do corporations (such as McDonald's, General Mills, etc) have contests/games/drawings/etc and always say, "No purchase necessary to play" or something to that effect?
I will attempt to answer the question myself by doing some searching online, but please comment with your findings. If you can't answer the question, link this to a friend that you think might be able to.