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July's Mystery Box is Brought To You By Toy Vault!

By Widge - posted 07.14.07 @ 5:09 am

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Well, we're making history this month. The Mystery Box has been going on for years now. Each month, tons of you maniacs line up to win a box that's filled with...well, that's just it. You don't even know what you're winning. And enter anyway. Thus proving what contest-crazed whackjobs you all are. And we salute you.

However, July 2007 marks the first month that we here at Needcoffee HQ have had the decision as to what goes into the Mystery Box taken out of our hands. That's right, instead, those fine madmen at Toy Vault have stepped in and sent us a box of mystery swag from their offices. Who is Toy Vault? Bah. Who is Toy Vault. The makers of fine Cthulhu plush toys, Godzilla plush toys, and tons more, that's who.

Now...we're not saying what's in the box. The contents of this mystery box rest entirely in their hands. But if you win, know that you will win the Toy Vault Mystery Box, with swag handpicked from their base of operations.

Anyway, just thought you'd like to know. So go enter already.

And wander about the Toy Vault site once you're done, why don't you?

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Widgett Walls is Need Coffee's Chief Cook and Bottle Washer. He is the author of the novel Mystics on the Road to Vanishing Point, and two collections of short stories, Magnificent Desolation and Something Else: The Complete First Season. He is also co-author of the children's book There's a Zombie in My Treehouse! All of those books are available in paperback or for the Kindle from Amazon. He is also the narrator and publisher of the first unabridged recording of Seneca's letters, available here. He is active on both Twitter and Facebook. (If you befriend him on Facebook, do say you came via Need Coffee.) He lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia. He hardly ever sleeps.

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