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Topic # 12155 1-Mar-2007 22:50
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Just wondering if anyone here at Geekzone won A Vodem in the NZ Herald competition?

I entered every day, bar 4...2 being late emails from them, 1 being I was 10 minutes to late, and one because my lappy died and I had no internet.
On many days I musta been the first to enter, recieving thier question/entry email around 1.30-2.30am...answering it straight away....

Yet it was not to be. grump grump.

So anyone here get lucky?

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Reply # 64001 17-Mar-2007 09:24
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No chance at all, a conversation I have had with several of us that entered from work, every day I might add.

I can't even find the winners on the Herald site.

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  Reply # 64009 17-Mar-2007 10:59
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I only missed about 4 or 5 days and had no luck either.

The winners were listed on the site and the list was updated daily, I glanced a few times to see if any names I recognised off GZ where there but didn't see any.

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