The Last Myspace Contest Update EVER!

Today the very last winner in PLA's Myspace Contest was randomly chosen. That winner is...

June 1st winner
High on teh PLA!

Congrats, kid from Alabama! You too have won a PLA athletic-style t-shirt, a DVD full of PLA media, and a few stickers. And just to kind of wrap things up in this contest, here are the rest of the winners from the past few months.

May 1st winner
May 15th winner
Aaron =D
voKILList

April 1st Winner:
gone fishin
gone fishin
April 15th Winner:
gone fishin
James Bland Entertainment

There's no use in pretending that this contest didn't suck balls. A total of 14 people entered it, giving everyone extremely good odds of winning. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but I guess the lack of participation made it boring. Or maybe a Myspace contest is just a shitty idea no matter what the participation is like.

At least in the draw your own cartoon contest I got some cool artwork for the site out of it. And in the show your love for the PLA contest I got a few hilarious pictures to use on the site. In the design a PLA button contest I got about a dozen new buttons to add to the PLA store. But what have I got to show from this contest? What, I ask you!

I am happy that I was able to give 5 of you some t-shirts, though. I hope you wear them proudly and that they get you lots of chicks, as PLA t-shirts are known to do. We'll come up with another contest soon. Maybe you can help us come up with a better contest idea by suggesting one in our forums. Lots of thanks to those who vandalized their own Myspace pages in the name of the PLA!

rbcp

I run this town.

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3 Responses

  1. Jake says:

    Gawsh, now I can take those god-damn silly looking cacti down!

  2. malcom says:

    You should hold a contest to make the next contest.

  3. Jake says:

    It’s a good idea, but contests are hard to develop. Maybe a contest on who can present the best subliminal PLA advertisement i.e. sneaking it into a school assignment, or getting a radio announcer to unknowingly plug PLA, or hacking the electronic billboard at the mall to be PLA ads left and right!

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