The Dissent Of Man

By JF Derry

Exploring the influence of Darwin on everyone: atheists, Christians, biologists and entrepreneurs

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

2nd Prize Draw

To celebrate reaching a quarter (25%) of the way to our target, I would again like to give something back to say thank you, and again it's a copy of Simon and Eugene's amazing "Darwin A Graphic Novel".

So, as before, thank you again to all who have supported the book so far, and if you don't win this time, I hope you do so next. 102 names go into the hat (spreadsheet, sorted alphabetically), one is pulled out at random (using random number function)… 

And, the winner is …


David Craven!

Congratulations David, please make contact (@jfderry). Commiserations everyone else. Please keep returning to the shed for updates, articles, images, audio clips, videos, and other goodies. Speak soon.


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E O Higgins
 E O Higgins says:

Dag nabbit...

posted 19th September 2012

JF Derry
 JF Derry says:

Dag nabbit : Oldcootism used during great consternation or surprise. Used by 1890’s prospectors, cantankerous old farmers, and young people playing old people on TV in the ‘60’s and ‘70’s.

posted 21st September 2012

E O Higgins
 E O Higgins says:

In my case, all of the above.

posted 24th September 2012

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