I won! I won! I won!

A signed print of this!!!!

See, I heard it here first!

And here is the official announcement with the details of the contest.


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YOU LUCKY DOG!!!!!! Congratulations, man. You deserve it.

You must make Glendon deliver it in person at Science Online Ten.

w00t!! Love the picture.

By Catharine (not verified) on 29 Aug 2009 #permalink