Vista Swag Bag Winner

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Congratulation to Daniel Woolston. We received a lot of "tattoo entries" in our Vista Swag Bag Giveaway and it was obvious they were all fake, except this one that was claimed to be real and looks very real. So, Daniel, enjoy your swag and you sir have true dedication to be permanently inked with the Windows logo. Jump to see some honorable mentions (including a bikini clad female).

This is definitely hot, but just because you own both version of XP doesn't mean you are a diehard fangirl. It's still hot.

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Not bad.

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Can't go wrong with shoving stuff down your pants, right, Jason?

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Xenobiologista:

Years ago, my wife and I were struggling (financially and emotionally) to put me through premed studies. Rather than sacrifice my marriage for an MD, i dropped from the program and came back to programming. Unfortunately we had a ton of student loan debt, no money and were living in a trailer park. I desperately wanted to get into software development, but lacked the tools to do it. I had met a couple of Microsoft employees online who saw the situation I was in and wanted to offer their help. They sent me a ton of books, training videos and set me up with various resources that I would need to get going as fast as possible.

Many years later, we live in one of the best neighborhoods and enjoy a better, healthier, standard of living. I've written two tech books (available on Amazon - just search my name) And its all because a few Microsoft guys took the time to help someone out who desperately needed to make it work.

Before I went out to the MSFT campus for BizTalk training, I thought it would be cool to tag the arm as a way of recognizing the company's contribution to my life. Its a deeper meaning for me than just fanboyism.

My family will forever be deeply indebted to the Microsoft development community.