Swag from Robert's give away
Submitted by Brad W
So, what did everyone get?
I'm not sure what mine is. It is a magnet from Disney with "mega lotto jackpot" written on it and the numbers 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42. I'm assuming it was part of some sort of attraction teaser. Anyone know?
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From James Trexen on June 10, 2014 at 8:17 PMThose are actually a series of numbers from Lost that were used quite a bit on the show. In essence, you don't want them as Lotto numbers.
From Robert Niles on June 10, 2014 at 9:25 PMYeah, that was from D23 - it's fridge magnet of the Lotto ticket from "Lost."
The ride-along swag was picked at random, and the value of stuff varied widely on that, which is why I didn't promote those individual items before the giveaway. If you got something you like, I'm happy, and if you didn't, well... it was free?
Anyway, thanks again to everyone who participated in the giveaway, whether you got something or not. In case you missed the announcement earlier today on Twitter and Facebook, we'll be giving away a four-pack of tickets to Cedar Point on Friday. Watch the front page for your chance to enter to win.
From Brad W on June 11, 2014 at 5:05 PMI hope you didn't think I was complaining, Robert. That wasn't it at all!
Like you said, it was free. I was just curious as the what the random numbers meant (I didn't watch lost), and was curious to see what else there was. Not because I wanted something better, just to see what kind of cool stuff other people got.
From Robert Niles on June 11, 2014 at 7:34 PMYeah, that was one of the more cryptic ones. :^)
From Anthony Murphy on June 16, 2014 at 7:02 PMI believe those numbers were either the winning from the Powerball or the Illinois State Lottery.
From Tony Duda on June 18, 2014 at 10:40 AMWeren't those numbers Hurley's lotto winning numbers from "Lost" an ABC TV (i.e. Disney) show?
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