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Well, the vinyl bullet hole stickers finally showed, so I can give away the first PrizePack to three lucky members. You can find more information on what is in the pack here.

Anyone who contributed $10 or more in the second half of 2001 is eligible, and I will be selecting 3 people at random from that list.

I was going to draw names out of a hat, but I'll let you, the members "decide". :nerd:

The next three people who reply to this message, please pick a number between 1 and 49, and I will compare those three results with a random list I have here. Those three names with be the winners!

Thanks again for all your help this past 6 months, be it donations or posts. You, the BullittHeads, are what make this site great! :smile:

B-Man

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I think I gave $10.00. Just in case I did,
I pick number 38. Thanks for explaining AIM.
Pick me! Pick me! Pick me! (please)

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dhg#1994 from texas reporting.... even thru all the rain and thunderstorms... #19 please

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Okay, thanks for your BullittHeads for playing "Lotto Balls" for me! :lol:

We now have three "random" numbers for the drawing: 38, 7, and 17. I will take those numbers, compare it to the randomized list, and announce the winners this evening.

Stay tuned!

B-Man
 

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YEAH BULLITT GEEK!!!!
 

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I take that as a compliment, especially from YOU GUYS/GALS! :nerd:
 

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WHOA! That is some NEATO stuff!
 

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I am still not sure why the first three
Bullittheads pick a number between 1 and 49.
How are those three numbers used in
accordance with a random list of numbers.
Does it work like there is one random number
picked and of the three numbers, which-
ever number comes closest to the random
number wins? I dunno.
 

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On 2002-01-24 17:13, PY wrote:
I am still not sure why the first three
Bullittheads pick a number between 1 and 49.
How are those three numbers used in
accordance with a random list of numbers.
Does it work like there is one random number
picked and of the three numbers, which-
ever number comes closest to the random
number wins? I dunno.

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Sorry. I have confused things (it was late when I wrote that :smile:)

I have a list of 49 people who contributed to the website. I took those names (they are in a spreadsheet) and I randomized them, i.e. they are not in any specific order.

So, I asked for three numbers (from the first three people who thought to post), and then I would take each number and select the person on that row of the spreadsheet.

The person on lines 38, 7, and 17 are the winners. (User names coming shortly as soon as I sync up with the winners via email).

I tried to be clever and let you guys be a part of the "name picking", but next time I will just use a hat! :lol:

My gym teacher always said to "keep it simple son", I guess I should have listened! :wink:

Sorry for the confusion,

B-Man
 

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Thanks B-Man, I think I was the only one
confused. Happens often.(not while flying)

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with Revell 1/25 scale 68 GT 390 Fastback and
68 Charger R/T metal body models. Unfortunately
the hub caps don't come off the Charger.

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49 contributors to BULLITTCLUB.COM?????
We have over 1100 members, over 700 that own Bullitts. I'm a little disappointed to hear that only 49 have put forth a donation. Day after day, we read of all the mods that are being done and we all know that doesn't come cheap. Think about it all. What's 10 or 20 bucks toward the best site you've ever been a part of. Lets get behind this club and those that have worked so hard to bring it to us. Consider this family. Make a donation. You all know it's a good cause and a damn good club.
 
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