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Intel Bunny Suit no protection against deep freeze

It's cold over there in Nebraska

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We are pleased to report that the Intel Bunny Suit that Doug Thomsen won in our once-in-a-lifetime competition has arrived, safe and sound, in Nebraska. But it will be some months before Doug will be able to wear said golden Bunny Suit, because it seems that the weather is inclement over there. Mr Thomsen won the prize after he said he was gagging for a Bunny Suit because he wanted to see the neighbours' faces when he washed the truck wearing the outfit. We have also notified the other winners of their prizes, and they will be arriving duly. We can confirm that Mr Thomsen has set up a photo opportunity session for The Register, but given that the weather is pretty flakey over there, it might be quite some time before the sun shines and meltdown comes. We are grateful that the suit has been delivered because there was a small bit of concern that the Bunny Suit, manufactured in the US of A, might be impounded by US Customs and burnt. No such luck. ® Trucker wins Intel Bunny Suit

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