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The CartoonChurch office World Cup sweepstake entries have been counted and verified (whatever that means) and the allocations have been allocated thus:
Justin from Complaints
Dave from the Department for Pencil Sharpening and Replenishment
Sir Geoff Boycott (The Aggers Home for Confused Cricketers)
Sara from the Library
Peter from the Pathetic Acronym Creation, Marketing, Advertising and Naming department
Nick from The Department for Administrative Affairs
Chris from languages training (French section)
Pete from The Square
Sue from IT (Sue, Reader from Birmingham Diocese)
Phil from the 1st floor cupboard
Stella from the Entertainments Committee
Mark from “Obscure Bible Verses and Mad Prophets Rehabilitation”
Mouse from the Church
Tara from Animal Control
Bob, from accounts (who becomes ‘Helen from janitorial services’ on the weekends)
Sandie from quality control
Sara from the chaplaincy department
Chris from Marketing
Jim from Wellness in the Workplace
Paul from IT
Benita from Insightful Observations Wing
Andrew Openshaw from European Supply Chain
Eliza from the sewing room
Duane from Security
Ellen in ‘breakages’
Lee Martin from the Chaplain’s office
James from marketing
Andy from the doctor who department
Helen (from somewhere just left of insanity)
Rory from International Relations
Rachael from the Monastery
Martin from Editorial
Stuart from the mass-priest department
Sally from the Pew Sheet Production Department
Mimi from Coffeemaking Dept.
Phil from darkest Bristol
ramtopsrac: The Reader in Writing (spare room… end of the cul-de-sac)
Ruth, keeper of the post-it notes
Robin from Rochdale
Clare from the Alto line
Tom from HR
Charlotte on reception
Alasdair from the Coral Research Wing
Ann Tique from Auctioneering (Z)
Matt from Legal Services
Sam, from Research and Development
Anne, Art Department
Dave the Managing Director
Andy from the office next door
Nick from The Department of Administrative Affairs
Teddy from Knowledge center
Johanna (diocesan barista)
Ian from Compliance
Dave from packing
Caroline from Inanimate Resources
Wes from the post room
Craig (from the Digital marketing team)
Sarah from the office
Phil Ritchie from spherical inflatables dept
Kate from Geeks & Gadgets
Magnus from IT
Sarah, the girl from IT
Jackie the Chief Product Tester (Chocolate Sub-Division)
Sheena from Tartan Tat sales
Aaron from Incense and Monstrance Testing Dept
David from Accounts
Sarah from the Canteen
Graham from the Special Projects & Implementation Team
John the Trade Union rep
Ben (not yet departed)
Ann from grandparent services
Margaret from Animating Horticulture
Wilf from Legal
Rosie, secretarial/musical/administrative facilitator
Rachel, Tea and Sticky Bun Lady
Fiona Department for Cat Herding (coordination of youth development)
Ian from Dept of World Domination
Phill from IT
Chris from youth services
Reg from IT support
Debbie, Kitchen Porter
Lee the Future Tactics Supervisor
Steve from Counter Industrial Espionage Division
Doofas from Catering Services
Farli from the chair-moving, photocopying and liturgical compliance department
Russ (aka Noddy from The Small Office No-one Goes In)
Sue from the Retirement Association
hopeeternal -Receptionist etc. (aka ‘handing out tea & sympathy, fielder of phone calls & doorstep enquiries department’ aka Vicar’s wife)
Bob from Cashiers
Sarah from R&D
Joel from Expenses Management
Val – Operations systems support distribution co-ordinator
Anthony from Logistics
Paul from Printing
Nexi from the attic (and former baptist times cartoonist)
Smudgie, keeper of the COSHH cupboard key
sarah – development facilitator
James from Photocopying
- If I’ve missed anyone who entered or got your name wrong let me know. I can’t accept further entries now I’m afraid. Click here if you can’t remember what name you used!
- A huge vote of thanks needs to go to my wife who did
a lot of all of the hard work of putting this list together.
- How it was done: The countries were numbered randomly, and then the people were numbered randomly, and the two lists were brought together. In the end a container was not used.
- This includes both entries on both the web page and Facebook group.
- There were some commenters who may just have been larking around and didn’t want to be entered. I’m afraid you have been.
- The countries have been listed here in order of FIFA ranking – I know, all terribly advanced. Not my doing. If your country is near the top of the list you might have a slightly better chance than if it’s at the bottom.
- Further announcements on the progress of the CartoonChurch office sweepstake will be made on Twitter using the hashtag #cartoonchurchsweepstake – please feel free to join in with in-depth punditry etc.
Posted by Dave at 8:07 am on June 9, 2010 and filed under Football, Quizzes and competitions, World cup.
I’ve decided, for my own idle amusement, to run a World Cup sweepstake here in my office in the heart of Industrial Basildon. Unfortunately, as I am the only one who works here it has the potential to be less than enthralling. As things stand I will have an approximate 100% chance of winning, which does remove a certain element of excitement. I have therefore decided to open the sweepstake up to friends and readers of this blog.
In order to make my sweepstake legal it is free to enter (See Is your office World Cup sweepstake legal?). This might mean it is not technically a sweepstake, I’m not sure.
All you have to do to enter is write a comment in the comment section below. To make it more interesting please indicate your department (‘Bob from accounts’, Helen from janitorial services’ etc).
Countries will be allocated randomly by picking names out of a container of some sort (details of container to be decided). If we get more than
24 32 entrants there will need to be some doubling up, so you’ll have to share your country with someone else. I will close entries at the end of Monday.
The prize will be a small selection of cartoon goodies of my choosing. I will send them anywhere in the world. On the unlikely offchance I get hundreds of entries I reserve the right to make the prize fairly… small. I also reserve the right to add additional rules on my merest whim.
Pundits can discuss the progress of the CartoonChurch office sweepstake on Twitter using the hashtag #cartoonchurchsweepstake
Posted by Dave at 3:42 pm on June 4, 2010 and filed under Football, Quizzes and competitions, World cup.
This is a cartoon from my Cartoon Challenge Night. Thanks to Peter for the suggestion.
Yikes. These are taking longer than I thought, mainly because the ideas are good so I am trying to do them justice. Might not get all five done tonight.
Posted by Dave at 11:13 pm on October 3, 2007 and filed under Cartoons, Church, Football, Religion.
You can see a larger version of this cartoon here on CartoonChurch.com. This one isn’t in the book so this is the only place you will find it. A larger high resolution version is available for download by subscribers and those deciding whether they’d like to become subscribers. As with all the other high resolution versions you can download it without a password or anything. I operate an honesty box system whereby I ask people who actually use the images in their publications to buy a licence.
As I mentioned not so long ago I am still way way behind on subscription renewals for which I apologise. I hope to rectify that in the next week or two, but in the meantime if your subscription has expired please do continue to use the cartoons. Thank you.
Posted by Dave at 3:30 pm on September 4, 2006 and filed under Cartoons, Church, Football, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
I’m no football pundit, so I won’t bore you with punditry. If any UK national newspapers do not have some variant of this cartoon tomorrow I will be very surprised. In the meantime feel free to add it to your own football punditry blog posts. Copy and paste the code below if that makes things easier.
<img src="http://www.weblogcartoons.com/cartoons/flag-half-mast.gif" alt="cartoon from www.weblogcartoons.com" />
<p>Cartoon by <a href="http://www.cartoonchurch.com/blog/">Dave Walker</a>. </p>
For people surfing in, you can find all of my free cartoons for bloggers on my We Blog Cartoons site. All my football-related cartoons from the last few weeks are here. They mostly seem to involve flags on cars come to think of it.
Posted by Dave at 8:08 pm on July 1, 2006 and filed under Cartoons, Football, World cup.
The results of my recent football poll:
Will you be watching the football?
* Oh yes! I’ll be watching as much as I can: 35% (37)
* I plan to watch the matches my country is playing, but that is it: 8% (9)
* I might watch the odd match. Then again I might not: 28% (30)
* Our country is not in it so it is of no interest: 6% (6)
* Football? Never heard of it: 23% (25)
Total Votes : 107
It seems that the largest single group of readers on my blog are football fanatics. With this in mind I am going to make a renewed effort to give you what you want.
Posted by Dave at 2:11 pm on June 15, 2006 and filed under Current events, Football, World cup.
Three cartoons for CartoonChurch.com subscribers are on their way for the next three days.
Yes, flags. Again. This one is now available here for republication in church publications. The high-resolution version is on the site, but I ask that you buy a licence using my ‘honesty box’ system if you choose to reprint it in this week’s church notice sheet or elsewhere.
And… you can put it on your blog for free with this code:
<img src="http://www.weblogcartoons.com/cartoonblog/the-football.gif" alt="cartoon from www.weblogcartoons.com" />
<p>Cartoon by <a href="http://www.cartoonchurch.com/blog/">Dave Walker</a>. Find more cartoons you can freely re-use on your blog at <a href="http://www.weblogcartoons.com/">We Blog Cartoons</a>.</p>
Posted by Dave at 7:23 pm on June 7, 2006 and filed under Cartoons, Football, New CartoonChurch cartoons, World cup.
This one can be freely re-used on your blog – find it at We Blog Cartoons.
I’d like to point out that I’m not anti-World Cup. I’ll probably watch a match or two. But some of the rubbish one can buy does cause me to raise my quite literal eyebrows.
Posted by Dave at 6:00 am on June 6, 2006 and filed under Cartoons, Current events, Football, New Weblogcartoons cartoons, World cup.
Live stream the World Cup on your blog
This cartoon is available on We Blog Cartoons. You can freely republish it on your blog.
This cartoon was inspired by the fact that FIFA (or their representatives) have been sending out threatening letters to bloggers telling them that they are monitoring their sites for unlawful activities and that they better not even think of live-streaming the world cup games. Bear in mind that the sites receiving the letters are largely sites with no interest in football whatsoever. (Thanks to Darren for the tip-off.)
If you’d like more people to monitor your site for activities of any kind then feel free to place this cartoon on your blog.
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Posted by Dave at 5:52 pm on June 4, 2006 and filed under Cartoons, Current events, Football, New Weblogcartoons cartoons, World cup.