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Father's Day Gift Guide, and Win Something!

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Giving is always good!

Father's Day is coming. Do you love your dad enough? Did you forget the day even?

Perhaps you haven't bought anything for your old man because you simply couldn't think of anything to buy. Worry not. Tom's Guide, our sister magazine, has put together a guide to buying that gift that's fit for dad.

From cameras to TVs to home theater systems, Tom's Guide goes over the gritty details so you don't have to. But that's not all, you get a chance to be entered into a contest where you can win prizes too.

You can either win an HP netbook, a Cisco router or a Canon camera.

If not for dad, at least gift yourself something... right?

If you want to jump straight to the contest, enter here!

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    bustapr , June 9, 2010 9:44 PM
    Havent seen dad in 18 years (im 18), but Id definitely gift myself, thx.
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    bustapr , June 9, 2010 9:48 PM
    Oh and 1 more thing, i want to know why Rhode Island is excluded from all giveaways. Theyre US, theyre next to massachussetes, and theyre accesible, why are they always out?
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    seboj , June 9, 2010 9:55 PM
    bustaprOh and 1 more thing, i want to know why Rhode Island is excluded from all giveaways. Theyre US, theyre next to massachussetes, and theyre accesible, why are they always out?


    Pfft, Rhode Island isn't a real place.
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    nevertell , June 9, 2010 10:01 PM
    Just like the Stig thinks Japan is a fictional place, THW thinks Rhode Island is seemingly fictional as well.
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    nightwraith35711 , June 9, 2010 10:03 PM
    about rhode island (and yes, i copy pasted this from a different website)

    Rhode Island is unique because the state law actually requires the company to file a legal statement before it can run a contest in that state. … The statute … details exactly what information must be included in the filed statement. In addition, the law requires the company pay a $150 filing fee. If a company runs a contest in Rhode Island, and fails to file a statement correctly, the company is actually guilty of a criminal misdemeanor!

    basically, you have to pay to run a contest there :( 
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    borisof007 , June 9, 2010 10:50 PM
    Yay free stuff!
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    dEAne , June 10, 2010 7:28 AM
    ha ha ha that's good one.
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    back_by_demand , June 10, 2010 10:31 AM
    nightwraith35711about rhode island (and yes, i copy pasted this from a different website)Rhode Island is unique because the state law actually requires the company to file a legal statement before it can run a contest in that state. … The statute … details exactly what information must be included in the filed statement. In addition, the law requires the company pay a $150 filing fee. If a company runs a contest in Rhode Island, and fails to file a statement correctly, the company is actually guilty of a criminal misdemeanor!basically, you have to pay to run a contest there

    Hah! Stupid law.
    However the contest isn't being run in Rhode Island, all you are doing is shipping the prize to someone who lives there.