Here are the winners from the March Weird Question posts.
The Five-Second Time Machine -Â
Jerrod for his comment “I would/did tell hitler that the key to winning WWII was to fight a two front war. As you know from this timeline’s history books, it was the reason why hitler lost the war. You can thank me from saving all of you from the original time line. Plus now we have pet rocks.”
The (Extreme) Witness Protection Program –
Papa for his comment “You didn’t say whether I could go outdoors in Norton, Kansas, which would make a huge difference. If I had to stay in the house all day, no way. I checked out Disc Golf Course Review to see if there is a disc golf course in Norton, and, there actually is a pretty decent one (which automatically cancels its distinction as the “most boring town in America’) In the review of the course, I found this comment, which is quite hilarious, considering the context: “If you like a heavily guarded pin then hole 13 is right up your alley.” The person who wrote that doesn’t know the half of it, lol.
All in all though, I’m picking the armed guard and greater freedom.”
Who Would You Save? –
damacleod for his comment “Easy choice. In a time pressured situation I’d definitely go with my gut instinct and save the one nice guy.”
AnÂ IntriguinglyÂ Boring Job Offer –
Steve for his comment : “You come up with some odd ones.
I might be tempted. ‘Working’ half the hours for double the money would give me more options for my free time. But it would be boring. I’d run out of stuff to think about. I guess some people have really tedious jobs, but mine at least has variety and I can talk to people. But the time and money are valuable too.”
Note: Steve would have won three of these, but I figured he probably didn’t want 4 copies of the same book. 🙂
Winners, drop me a line at email@example.com and let me know if you want an epub or kindle version of Regulation 19, and I will email it right over.
I am working on a different prize for April, so stay tuned! Thanks to everyone who participated!