…all of you.  You are all winners.  Just, you know, not of the Totally Killer/TNB/Facebook contest.  There’s only one winner where that is concerned.  Actually, there are three.

But before I make that dramatic announcement, I’d like to introduce the president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Mr. Jack Valenti.

[cue:reluctant applause]

Just kidding.

Instead, let’s take a moment to look at the most totally killer — the totally killerest? — photo of the 1991 batch.  This is my friend Ruth, who is probably the last person you’d expect to see photographed packing this kind of heat:

Ladies, gentlemen, and spambots,

Want to have fun, help a TNB writer, and have a chance to win some great prizes?  Then enter the Totally Killer/TNB/Facebook sweepstakes.

It’s easy.  And fun.  And good karma.  And you could win a $100 iTunes gift card.  Which is a lot of music for a few mouse clicks.


HOW TO ENTER

STEP 1.  Change your Facebook status to this:

It’s “Totally Killer” week on Facebook.  Change your profile picture to one taken in 1991.


STEP 2.  Change your profile picture to one taken in 1991.


STEP 3.  On the Wall of the TNB Facebook page, post your answer to this question: “In exactly three words, tell us what you were doing in 1991.”


That’s it.  Easy.


HOW TO WIN

At 9pm Friday, EST, I will put the names of all the entrants (i.e., people who have posted on the Wall) in a (virtual) hat, and pick one at random.

The winner receives an autographed copy of Totally Killer, plus more fun stuff.

If there are 100 or more entrants, the winner also gets a $50 iTunes gift card.  If there are 500 or more entrants, the winner also gets a $100 iTunes gift card.

The more people we have in the sweepstakes, the bigger the prize.  So please spread the word!


SOME RESTRICTIONS APPLY

Really there aren’t any restrictions.  Other than, you have to have a Facebook account, or you won’t be able to post to the wall (sorry, Justin).

And yes, TNB writers are all eligible, except for me, Jonathan, and Brad, and only because that would look fishy.


Thanks for playing, and for your support.


Greg