SourceCon Challenge – Art Vandelay’s Clue Collection

It is down to the wire, with The SourceCon Challenge about to end Friday the 22nd.  You need to complete all of the questions in order to log your results. You may return as many times as you want to fix your results (until this round ends).

If I hear another lazy sourcer tell me they don’t have the time or this has nothing to do with real sourcing I will go back to running my architecture empire. You need to figure out what is important and what is trivial, then use your gray matter to look up the answers using the internets. The people who don’t think this is sourcing are either just masked DJs who do nothing but critique others from behind glass temples or those without competitive spirit. Either way, they need to grow a pair.

These are the people who think Seinology is about Dianetics.  Well, nothing could be further from the truth about it being about nothing!

I have been generous enough to provide ample clues on Twitter and email for those who have completed their initial response, some wanted a single source for all the clues. Here you go you lazy lima beans:

 

Patty Duke wants her to cash that your check http://bit.do/UNCASHED

 

Writers have guilds while Agents meet in cafes http://bit.do/DISTRACTION

 

 

Q1:

Movie Critic

  • Hometown of Guaynabo
  • Prefers his ? fresh

Red ?

  • Criticwire

 

Q2:

Here is your backstage pass – http://bit.do/Heres-your-Ticket

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Q3:

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Patty Duke wants her to cash that your check – http://bit.do/UNCASHED

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Q4:

Unusual awards – http://bit.do/audrink

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For unusual show with unusual fan art – http://bit.do/ponyfanart

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Q5:

Writers have guilds while Agents meet in cafes http://bit.do/DISTRACTION

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Q6:

It seems like a myth now.  A place that exists beyond borders. One that can house the wisdom of the elders or a 100-year-old cookbook.  When the rights holder is anonymous, that place is the beneficiary.  http://bit.do/OrphanCookbook

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Shannon Pritchett is the editor of SourceCon. As a lifelong student in the recruitment industry, Shannon is passionate about improving it. Shannon has a diverse background in training, sourcing, international recruitment, full desk recruiting, coaching, and journalism. Shannon got her start in the recruitment industry at Vanderbilt University and later worked as a Senior Recruiter for Internal Data Resources and Community Health Systems, Social Media Recruitment Ambassador for T-Mobile USA, Director of Recruiting for Moxy, Trainer with AIRS, and last as a Manager of Global Sourcing and Training for ManpowerGroup Solutions RPO.

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