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LINGUIST List 23.1479

Fri Mar 23 2012

Who Likes Free Stuff? More Importantly, Who Likes Free SpecGram Stuff?

Editor for this issue: Elyssa Winzeler <elyssalinguistlist.org>

Date: 23-Mar-2012
From: LINGUIST List <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Special SpecGram Prize for the Weekend
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Dear LINGUIST List Subscribers,

It's a beautiful day filled with fun limericks, the weekend is approaching, and
you've just gotten a brilliant story from SpecGram. What more could you want from
a Friday? How about more exciting prizes?

So we've released Many Morphologies as our prize today. But in honor of the
SpecGram story, there will also be a special weekend prize!

Not only has SpecGram taken the time to write a hilarious piece for our story, the
mastermind behind Speculative Grammarian, Trey Jones, has generously donated 25
SpecGram magnets as a prize... and the winners can pick the design of their choice!


If you are a fan of SpecGram, or find the SpecGram pictures entertaining, this
should be STRONG incentive to donate. Why? The odds are in your favor! Higher
number of prizes and lower numbers of weekend donors means that should you donate,
your chances of winning are quite high. In fact, you may even be guaranteed a prize!
That's some pretty nice math.

Once again, anyone who donates is eligible for this fun prize, so make the weekend
a little more fun and pick up some SpecGram swag by donating:


Have a great weekend!

The LINGUIST List Crew

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