Time for the Thursday OTB Caption ContestTM
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Winners will be announced Monday PM
HuffingtonPost upgrades from the tinfoil hat.
I do believe the photo is already captioned!
Orly Tatiz’s legal offices – about what you’d expect.
Flattery will get you nowhere.
Markos Moulitsas directs operations from his tin foil office.
AZ judge working on a recent decision.
Nothing to see here; it’s just another liberal “working” on his feelings.
Democrat staffer for the House Ethics Committee is working on Rangel’s “easy out”.
Deep inside Apple’s main complex Steve Jobs has finally figured out a new name for the iPad that he believes will be more widely accepted among women.
“I’ve got it! The iPad 2 will be called the iPon!”
He’s got the foil turned the wrong way!
Live from Caption Contest headquarters…
Social networking taken to its logical conclusion.
How to get a motel sunburn from one 40 watt light bulb.
Rodney Dill sits alone in his office and…waits.
JournoList database administrator.
Keith Olbermann at work- a study in fantasy.
Curses! Foiled again!
Reporting from the inside of a Hershey’s Kiss…
1) One day Harold put away his purple crayon and picked up a silver one, vowing never to regret his decision.
2) Harold finally figured out what to do with the inheritance his uncle left him — Now what to do with that giant ball of string?
3) Although only 19-years-old, Harold has already cornered the aluminum foil market.
Convinced that Proposition 19 will not pass, Ernest is dedicated to his goal of showing the world that there were other, perfectly legal ways of “getting baked.”
OTB Late Night is prepared for the release of the brand new Iron Maiden Album Final Frontier, on AUG 11!!!
Dear High Times,…………
4) Although Harold welcomed his new corner office at Jiffy Pop Popcorn headquarters, secretly he began to question the company’s mission statement in the age of the microwave.
Expanding the tinfoil wrap from the head gave a roomier feel to the world, but somehow the thoughts kept getting in, he thought as he ordered more duct tape for the hvac ducts.
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