Ten Commandments Scavenger Hunt! Part Four, Commandment Seven
Congratulations to Andy Jack, who won the most recent Ten Commandments Scavenger Hunt by posting the following example of theft to his Twitter account:
@david_a_zimmerm March Madness costs employers $3.8 billion in lost productivity. Join my pool: http://games-ak.espn.go.com/tournament-challenge-bracket/2014/en/sharer?redirect=tcmen://deeplink?groupID=51324 … #10CscavengerhuntGood point there. After all, Andy Jack is the walrus. (I could be the walrus; I'd still have to bum rides off of people.) Follow Andy on Twitter at @ajax678 for insights like these and a steady stream of homages to John Hughes.
**Keep reading for a chance to win a free book!**So that's three commandments down, seven to go. Up next:
Thou shalt not commit adultery.Such an antiquated phrase for such a current crisis. Here's an excerpt from the book: *** Ten: Words of Life for an Addicted, Compulsive, Cynical, Divided and Worn-Out Culture. (It's 40% off for a limited time!) Or you can win it here: just find me a current cultural example of adultery and tag it with the hashtag #10Cscavengerhunt. The best example (as judged by me) gets a free copy of the book! Meanwhile, if you'd like to hear more about the book, or you simply want to hear Sean's comforting British accent, watch a video about Ten here: *** Miss a scavenger hunt? See the whole series to date here.