Yesterday’s blog post featured the above photo and a contest to guess how many pennies were in the hat.
Below are two videos of taking the stanky pens hat full of pennies and dumping them into the change machine at the local Giant Eagle.
The closest guess on yesterday’s comments was 257.
Now you MIGHT say, “C’mon, ya jagoff! That’s close, give the prize you cheap Jagoff!” And, to that we say, “Well, we never made any rules on what would be ruled as “closer”… rounding up or rounding down.“
Normally, we would NOT have awarded a prize here because the number wasn’t exact but, the fact that Kelli Brennan was 3 pennies off, and nobody else was that close, we are giving her the prize!
Kelli, email us at YaJagoff (at) Verizon (dot) net, subject line Pennies Prize
Thanks all for playing!
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Now, take a shot and guess how many pennies are in my old stanky Pens raffle hat with the Stanley Cup replica. Winning guess will get a $25 iTunes gift card.
Guesses have to be made in the comments section below.
Guesses have to be made before 11:59pm on 10/10/2014
One guess per person.
If there is more than one correct guess, we will put those names into the stanky hat and do a raffle for the final winner.
Winner will be posted here on Saturday.
Don’t forget … watch here for a huuuuuuuge announcement on Monday.
You sit down at a table, hoping for good food, good service, good times aaaaaand then….. the table rocks because one of the leveling pegs is missing or too short. Which leads us to one REALLY obvious question, “What happened to this table between now and 4 minutes ago when the LAST couple was using it?” Did they finish eating, pay their bill, then inconspicuously crawl underneath the table with a tool box, put it up on jacks and twist the level-thingy just after they conspired to twist the salt and pepper shaker lids partially off (so that they would dump all over the next users food) and then run like hell?
So now your faced with asking for a new table or, like most of us do, finding some way to tolerate the irritating rocking OR jury-rig a solution of napkins, or stacks of Sweet-n-Low OR put your foot on the table leg or lean your elbow heavily own the table for the entire meal so that the unlevel side stays put.
All that I know is….this world now has equipment that allows a guy to parachute from outer-space, gyro-fitted video cameras that can tape a ride on the Kennywood Racers and make it look like you’re on a smooth ride in a low-riding Escalade and CMU students that make driver-less cars.
We also have Smartphone Apps that track your pre-meal exercise caloric burn, provide driving directions to the restaurant, make wine suggestions for your meal, calculate the calorie intake of the meal AND then allow you to post photos of your meal on social media.
But for some reason, nobody can figure out how to keep restaurant tables level for more than one meal.
Will someone on the Allegheny County Council PA-LEEZE write a job description for a Restaurant-Table-Leveling-Thingy-Adjustment-Professional (RTLTAP for short) and require all restaurants to hire one then up the 7% alcohol tax to 10% to pay for it, Ya Jagoffs?
What’s Your Favorite REAL or MADE-UP Trick To Level a Rocky Restaurant Table??