shock

You've got Klout.

In a recent email from Klout:

Hi adamauden,

Since you've got Klout, 20th Century Fox would like you to be one of the first to receive the movie poster for Mr. Popper's Penguins. You will also be able to watch Seaworld San Diego's penguins get the first look at the film's trailer (super cute).

...

P.S. We think this is a valuable perk for our users. Let us know if you have any feedback.


Seriously??
Wait, are you turning down a poster for Mr. Popper's Penguins? Because I think that's a candidate for household objethood.
Well, I suppose the poster could be a work of art, but I'll pass.

I'm more puzzled as to what my facebook and twitter output has done to suggest that a free movie poster and a video of some penguins might be considered a valuable perk by this Klout user. :)
OpenBSD developers, that's who.

(What a remarkable thing. What does it do?)

LOL, fair point.

What does Klout do? Some sort of magical score to tell you how (self)important you are on the interwebnets. Useful to see if your #winning at becoming a Social Media Expert, if that sort of thing whacks your bonobo.
My Klout number is bigger than yours, does that mean I win? I accept payment of winnings in beer.

Also, I was more intrigued by the sentence after the one you highlighted:

You will also be able to watch Seaworld San Diego's penguins get the first look at the film's trailer (super cute).

You were worried that your online activity had got them to offer you a poster - it also got them to tell you that you could watch some super cute penguins watch a movie trailer about penguins. That would worry me more.