Ok guys, sorry about this, but our LG TV giveaway is holed up in Legal while we work out the ins and outs of such an awesome comp. We'll tell you what you need to do to win it next Thursday. In the meantime, feel free to continue suggesting ideas for the comp (we won't listen), whinge about the delay (we won't listen) or tell us how awesome we are for giving one of you a TV (we'll listen to that).
UPDATE: TV Comp Delayed Until Next Week
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