As is my luck, my laptop crashed as soon as I got here. Not so good for the amount of work I needed to do, but luckily my dad is some kinda genius and managed to fix it. So huzzah! I'm back. Which is good, cuz I've got something fun for you guys.
The Heart & Stroke Foundation is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for most people trained in CPR. To do this, they're holding an event at Canada's Wonderland's Halloween Haunt on October 25th. Everyone who participates in the 30 minute training session gets access to all the rides at the Haunt. Entry is $14.99 (so, 60% off of a regular ticket to the Halloween Haunt), and you get to help break a record and go on some rides. Not too shabby, right? To be part of it, purchase your tickets here.
Now we all know I'm a huge chickenshit, scared of zombies and pretty much everything else, but here's the HSF's latest viral PSA, using zombies to get their message across:
And just because they're awesome, they've given me two tickets to give away to one of my bloggy blog readers. Wanna win?
All you have to do is get on the ol' Twittermachine and tweet: I want @ShambledRambler to get me to the Halloween Haunt - to learn to save lives, then get on some rides!
But if you're not on Twitter, you can comment below and let me know the one thing that you're most scared of (yes, I want you to make me feel better about my infinite fears. So?).
For two entries to the contest, do both!
Good luck from me and my Zombie Dogs.
And speaking of Halloween related things... you also have a party to attend:
A Nightmare on Queen St.
All the info is here. Costumes contests, prizes, drink swag.... I'll see you there.