WIN A CHANCE TO STAR IN A STANDARD DEVIANTS PROGRAM/PRODUCT!
You too can be a Deviant - a Standard Deviant! Just follow these simple instructions:
1) Watch any Standard Deviants TV episode
2) Answer the coordinating quiz question
3) E-mail us the question and your answer
If you answer the quiz question correctly you will automatically be entered to win a trip to Cerebellum Studios in Washington DC, to star in a Standard Deviants program/product!
By participating, the entrant expressly agrees to the terms of these
Official Rules without modification thereof, accepts the decision of
Cerebellum and the judges, in its/their sole and exclusive discretion, as
final, and releases Cerebellum from any and all liability, without limitation, including direct and indirect damages, with respect to all aspects of this contest.
Email Us Your Answer!
Does having a big vocabulary mean you use good grammar?
If you give a speech and nobody shows up, is it still considered "public speaking"?
Do more people speak French as their first language, or as their second language?
What are the six periods of the Paleozoic Era?
What's the difference between the Internet and the World Wide Web?
Is transportation a need or a demand?
What are the four main requirements for a valid contract?
What does "WYSIWYG" stand for?
Is Hamlet justified in his killing of Claudius?
OFFICIAL RULES FOR CONTEST
No entry fee is required. This contest is for an all-expenses-paid trip to
Washington, DC for participation in a Standard Deviants program or product. This contest is open all viewers who are legal residents of the continental
Entries must be received before August 1, 2001. Odds of
winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. Entries may be submitted by email to SDTV@cerebellum.com. Entries are only considered official if they have been e-mailed to this address. All e-mails must include the
question and correct answer to be considered eligible. One correct question and answer are required to be eligible.
Cerebellum is subject to all federal, state and local laws and regulations,
and this contest is void where prohibited, restricted or regulated by law.
Winners are responsible for any applicable federal, state, and local taxes.
Prizes are non-transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash or replaced by Cerebellum.
The winner will be selected at random by Cerebellum Corporation on September
1, 2001. By participating in this contest, you give Cerebellum ownership of
your entry and automatically grant Cerebellum permission to publish all or
any part of your name, name of school, grade level and entry, without
compensation. All decisions are final. Winners will be notified by September
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