All $2-minimum donations are automatically entered to win! Donations must be received by March 31 (Pacific Time). Winners are selected randomly. Five winners will receive a full set of all four mini paper models. These are not downloads; they will be mailed to you. If you miss out on this month’s giveaway, you can get […]
The contest is finally over! A lot of you did a wonderful job. Winners: be on the lookout for an email within a day or two. Rather than re-edit the contest page, I thought I’d submit the questions and answers here. Someone might be sifting through the archives one day, and might enjoy some POTC […]
The giveaway is coming to a close. Monday is the last day to submit your entries. So far, there have been 52 entries, and I am beginning to enter the records. Keep going!
I had to fix a slight snaffu with the contest. In order for participants to rank all of the prizes, there had to be a set number of prizes to choose from. So, I spent some time yesterday to finalize the prize list. Now, the list contains prizes that have yet to be secured (but […]
I just wanted to thank all of whom have been gracious enough to provide a donation. I am still treasure hunting, and will be all through May. I am working with a long-time contact who is willing to part with some neat pirate goodies, like a limited edition Pirates of the Caribbean virtual reality CD-ROM, […]
The “Treasures of the Caribbean” giveaway is one month away (runs May 1-31). But, you can get a sneak peek right now. No foolin’! See a few of the available prizes (more to come), and get a leg up on the ten trivia questions that you will have to answer. You will also get the […]
I’ve been digging through the series of tubes, called the Internet, and I think I’ve come up with some nice pirate-themed goodies for the “Treasures of the Caribbean” contest. Let me know what you think . . .
When I was last at Disneyland, I received a card good for $8 towards a child’s ticket to the Princess and the Frog. Since most child movie tickets cost less than $8, it translates into a free ticket. Everyone who purchased an in-park item ($10 minimum, I think), got one of these cards. This thing […]
I just recieved an interesting email from David Occhino, designer of the Mansion 3.0 & Mansion Cryptbats fonts. He noticed that my death certificate is #1001. If you look in the lower-right corner of the certificate, you’ll see that it is numbered ‘0-001-001’. It turns out that each certificate has its own unique number. For […]
Ever since I discovered Dave Lowe’s Para Abnormal comic, I’ve been hooked on them. Last week, on his Blog, he had a little Disneyland photo contest. The winner got their name hidden in one of Dave’s comics. Out of a whopping three entrants, can you guess who won?