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Café Mao / iKi beer competition winners

We have three lucky winners of our Café Mao / iKi beer competition! I feel very bad about this. I'd like to give you all a meal at Café Mao; but that wasn't the rules of the game. If the runners-up would like to send me a postal address (info [at] bubblebrothers.com), I'll send them out a little pack of iKi goodies, such as postcards, chopsticks, the little black book of iKi, and so on.

The lucky winners, Elke, Mr Nut, and Ms Gough, should also send me a postal address, and as soon as I can, I'll arrange dispatch of the meal vouchers. Meanwhile, here are the valiant attempts of my long-suffering (perhaps not much longer...) camera to record the draw:

7 thoughts on “Café Mao / iKi beer competition winners”

  • The Beer Nut

    Yaay! Go me! And congrats to Elke and Sandra as well.

    Snail mail address on its way.

    Thanks Bubble Brothers and Mao.

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  • Ivan

    Maybe its just me but there's no sound on the video. Sorry!

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  • sandra gough.

    Hi all,

    Thanks for this wonderful news.

    Will look forward with great anticipation to this wonderful trip out to Mao's.

    Kind regards,
    Sandra

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  • Julian

    Well done to you all! In about twenty years' time I'll have the co-ordination of these competitions off pat. In the meantime, thanks for putting up with our amateurish charm, ahem. Strong chance the new competition will be Cork-based-prize-rewarded. Watch this space.

    Ivan - Thanks for letting me know. I know there are problems with Firefox 3 and sound in Flash. Can you hear YouTube and so on? Is it just me (in which case, no loss)? There isn't a simple answer, but there are a few non-simple ones around. Reverting to an earlier version of Flash is one.

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  • Caroline@Bibliocook

    Very entertaining, Julian! How long did that take?

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  • Julian

    Well, between the œuvre itself, pre- and post-production, make-up, costumes, choreography, gamma splicing to reduce the frequency distortion curve, and intensive rehearsals, about ten minutes. Should we do this sort of thing more often?

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  • Caroline@Bibliocook

    I'm sure the make-up and costumes took about half the time so you should have no problems in whittling it down to a five-minute piece next time!

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