January 15, 2011

Packers/Falcons Quickie Contest #1

For this first Quickie Contest I am giving away a complete set of 1989 Donruss All-Stars.

This was sort of a complementary set to the 1989 Donruss flag ship and has 64 base cards...I've also included the complete set of 20 pop-out cards for each member of the starting line-up + the two coaches that came one-per-pack.

The pop-out cards look like this and can be folded into three dimensional cards:

And the deal doesn't stop there folks! I'm also including a complete 64-piece Warren Spahn Diamond King puzzle!! Start dialing now, folks! You don't want to miss out on this one!

To win this set, leave me a comment telling me what the best movie of 2010 was. Like always, you don't have to expand upon your answer but points will be given for creativity. You can enter through the end of the game and I'll be announcing a winner shortly thereafter.

9 comments:

thewritersjourney said...

Best movie of 2010, IMO, was "Hot Tub Time Machine." Great soundtrack, great story. Not the most original, but a good twist on the concept. Plus, Cusack just rules.

The Dimwit said...

Triangle.... great movie... not a simple sci-fi, very different...

Cam said...

The Social Network- I usually don't like movies based on true stories or anything other than comedy. But I was hooked to facebook so I decided to check it out. The acting was amazing by all the cast (even Justin Timberlake) and the story was really interesting. Most people would say Avatar or something like that, but Social Network was definately the best.

Colbey (flywheels) said...

Inception hands down. I'm not a fan of DiCaprio, but he was really good in this movie. However the biggest star are the special effects...astounding!

cubsfan731 said...

Toy Story 3, since Inception was already taken

joe said...

cop out, hilarious

Mark said...

Scott pilgrim vs the world. Absolutely amazing movie, great story line effects and humor.

dawgbones said...

Grown-Ups, I've lived this movie. Too true to life. It was funnier only because it is absolutely true!

Thorzul said...

As a movie snob, I hate to admit this... Despicable Me was the most enjoyable movie of 2010.

I have grown to hate going out to movies. Having to mix with the rabble... disgusting.