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Free TGO Hat Drawing

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So I bought a TGO hat a while back and just don't wear it so I thought I'd do a drawing to see who gets it. Free shipped to your door.

Rules
•Pick a number between 1&100,000
•First to post winning number is the winner. If you don't check it's not my fault
•drawing ends Wednesday Feb 5 at 12am. Any posts after that are not valid
•number will be pick by a random number generator. Closest to that number wins. In the case of a draw or multiple tie, those candidates will choose again, and repeat until a winner is determined.

Anything else I'll make up as we go :)

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