Hey guys it’s Sam and guess what? You know Wikipedia?

Well, guess what Wikipedia has? SIGNATURES! You don’t even have to travel to the person and get it! The signatures are right smack on Wikipedia. Here are some signatures if you’re lazy like me:

But guess what? I have a challenge for you. And that’s to figure out who the heck signed these signatures. And to make it more challenging…no Internet allowed. If you cheat, that’s practically disqualifying you from the challenge. So all you have is this post, your brain, and yourself. If you find out each and every signature, comment/email me telling them. If you’re the first one who commented/emailed me the CORRECT answer, you’ll receive a special, special prize which is TBA (to be announced). Second and third-place winners will receive half of the special, special prize the grand-prize winner will win. Honorable mentions (fourth place down) will win…oh, they’ll just win something. So get down, get off the computer, and get going with this challenge!

L8trs, Sam

 

OK it’s been long enough. Apparently, some people don’t like competition and didn’t comment/email me back. But anyways, here r the signers:

1. R.L. Stine, horror writer most known for his famous Goosebumps book series.

2. Lemony Snicket, the pen name for Daniel Handler, the author of the A Series of Unfortunate Events book series.

3. Daniel Handler, the author of the A Series of Unfortunate Events book series.

4. Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers. He can be found on a $100 bill.

5. John Hancock, the signer of the Declaration of Independence.

6. Barack Obama, the 44th and current President of the U.S. Also the first African-American president.

7. J.K. Rowling, the British novelist known for her seven-novel Harry Potter novel series, even spawning a movie for each novel. The first part of the two-part movie for the seventh and final novel, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, releases November 19, 2010.

8. E.B. White, the writer of many famous books such as Charlotte’s Web and Stuart Little.

9. Jules Verne, best known for the famous books 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Around the World in Eighty Days, and A Journey to the Centre of the Earth.

 

 

 

 

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