Comcast’s Finest Print Ever

Reader Shaun spotted this entry form for a local Nascar tickets sweepstakes, sponsored by Hardees “charbroiled thickness” and Comcast. It seems designers at Comcast went a bit overboard with the mouseprint. Even after digital magnification, it’s nigh impossible to discern the contest’s rules.

What are they hiding in there? Give us your paranoid guesstimates in the comments or tips at consumerist.com.

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  1. Paul D says:

    Caution: exposure to NASCAR may result in stunted
    growth, flatulence, domestic violence, and an increased interest in
    Toby Keith.

    (My in-laws are NASCAR fans, and generally good folks. I just get a
    kick out of ragging on the idea of watching rednecks go 200 mph in a
    circle for 5 hours.)

  2. DeeJayQueue says:

    whoever scanned the ticket in didn’t do it at a high enough resolution. Yeah the type is small but anything will get garbled if you scan it at 72dpi.

  3. Ben Popken says:

    KT writes:

    “That’s the list of VINs that Jerry Lundergaard sent to auditor Riley Dieffenbach in the movie Fargo.”

  4. Joel Johnson’s resume.

  5. Ishmael says:

    The script of Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby.

  6. Triteon says:

    Looks like a list of other dumbass things Sen. George Allen has said.