There weren’t many submissions for STILL LIFE, but at least Julie joined us again! Here are the submissions for STILL LIFE:
Mike Vest of Waxen Media
Christopher D. Bennett
Julie Johnson of The Joy Is In The Journey
I went over to talk to the Random Theme Generator and it immediately spit out a theme for this week:
A great and easy subject for me as I am considered one of the world’s foremost masters of communication. I just hope this theme comes as easy for others as it does for me.
A look back at 2010’s submissions for COMMUNICATION:
It is March Madness again, that means that it is time once again for the Roundball Oracles annual NCAA tournament pool. I have already sent out quite a few emails with directions on how to join the pool, but if I missed you or haven’t gotten to you yet, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get the information to you forthwith.
As always, this isn’t a boy’s club. Women, small children and the elderly are welcome to sit at my feet and be taught lessons by my extensive basketball knowledge and basketball prognostication skills.
As always, the only fee to enter is pride. The only prize given out to the losers is humility. However, I do provide a trophy to the winner. That trophy is going to look nice sitting on my desk this year.
As always, I hope the winner isn’t Mark Wolfram.
2010 – Mark Wolfram
2009 – Mark Wolfram
2008 – Mark Wolfram
2007 – Tim Peterson
2006 – William McAlpine
2005 – William McAlpine
Last year we had a record number of participants. Basketball knowledge is not a prerequisite for participation. Just ask Carrie Baier from last year!