Law in Peepular Culture
Voting Opens on 4th Annual Peeps in Law Contest
Posted Apr 5, 2012 11:14 AM CDT
By Lee Rawles
This poll ended on Thu, April 12, 2012 - 4:00:35.
The Trial of the Donner Party
607 votes (35.96%)
Protestors Peeper-Sprayed at UC Davis
542 votes (32.11%)
It's Not A Woman's Issue; It's a Peep-le's Issue
230 votes (13.63%)
The Peeple vs Larry Flint
100 votes (5.92%)
Helmpeep v. Alpha Peep Omega Fraternity
87 votes (5.15%)
Preamble in Eight Parts
49 votes (2.9%)
The Dead Kennepeeps vs. Jello Peepafra
31 votes (1.84%)
17 votes (1.01%)
Cloddy Dumbkins, Parts 1 and 2
14 votes (0.83%)
Peeps Sitting in Plain View
11 votes (0.65%)
It's that special time of year, the time when we all gather round to judge Peeps dioramas with all due seriousness.
We had quite a showing this year. Rob Gancitano of Foodage.com produced a series of eight dioramas to illustrate the Preamble of the U.S. Constitution. The prolific commenter "B. McLeod" wrote and recorded a ballad along with his two dioramas. A special shout-out goes to Aaron Ryel, a student teacher at Winton Woods High School in Cincinnati, whose two 11th grade Law and Civics classes constructed 10 Peeps dioramas on the theme of evidence searches. ("Ladies, is that cocaine?")
But now, it's time to rule on our finalists. Which deserve our prizes of $100, $50 and $25 gift baskets from Peeps & Co.? Only you can choose. Our 10 finalists appear below, followed by the poll in which you can vote for your favorite diorama. Polls close at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 12. Let the games begin!
Pour some corn syrup on the curb for Osterlind v. Peep, We are the 99 Peepcent, We the Peeps, Strict Liabili-Peep and Dangerous Animals, My Peep Vinny and Peepsters Rolling Dirty on a Summer Day.