Thursday, March 6, 2008
Time for the Thursday OTB Caption ContestTM
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About Rodney Dill
Rodney is an IT Implementation Consultant in the Motor City and working within the Automotive Industry. He contributed to OTB from November 2004 until retiring in July 2017, hosting some 1200 OTB Caption Contests.
P.E.T.D. (People for the Ethical Treatment of Dummies) aren’t going to like this one bit.
In art space …. no one can hear your scream.
Where they keep the other Al Gore’s.
Barack Obama supporters work very hard trying to explain where their candidate stands on specific issues.
The rules for the “do-over” caucuses in Michigan and Florida are really confusing.
The Clinton campaign’s proposed rules for the do-over caucuses went like this: All persons voting for Clinton, stand up straight; all persons voting for Obama, stand on the wall.
To their surprise…
Starbucks regulars wait, without their caffein fix while it closes down.
The John Kerry Library on Taking Political Positions awaits the eventual Democratic Presidential nominee.
The first sports stadium in space comes with it’s downfalls, people still have to wait to use the restrooms…..
They were bouncing off the walls at DNC Headquarters.
A patron explores the first authentic 3d replication of Mitt Romney’s stance on abortion, taxes, health care …
The Texas caucus procedure certainly did seem odd to outsiders. But that’s Texas to outsiders.
The Democrats seem to be all over the place on this issue.
Somehow, the exhibit just seemed to lack gravity.
Yes, but playing Lionel Richie’s “Dancin’ on the Ceiling” in the background was just one cliche too far.
In the old days we used to suck helium just long enough to make us talk funny.
M.C. Escher’s Family Reunion.
Well that’s why they call them SUPER-delegates.
Why they teach you to ‘form a line’ in kindergarten.
While I agree that the ‘left-right’ continuum may be a bit oversimplified, can you see my point that this may be a bit too complicated to easily understand where a candidate stands on an issue?
Nancy Pelosi demonstrates the unity of the congressional democrats by getting them all in a single room.
What a boring dream.
RonPaulbots back in the laboratory until next time.
Democrat super-delegates await their orders.
DNC Executive Committee meeting is called to order.
America’s teenagers educated in public schools fall even further behind their counterparts in other developed countries in their understanding of even the most basic scientific laws of the physical world.
“Miss Hilton, your game room is complete. Just press this button, spread your legs, and wait for the walls to close in.”
During a hastily called press conference, while expressing shock and outrage. Congressman Kucinich called for an immediate investigation.
Huckabee finds integrating science and fundamentalism to be a tricky thing after all.
Bill will have to admit he did inhale this time.
Well, son, ya see, some folks just spend their lives at right angles to reality.
“Transgressing the Boundaries: Towards a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity” is not a hoax.
Senator Ted Stevens explains vertical and horizontal markets to the Senate.
The surreality-based community announces it’s endorsement of …
Antony Gormley stands in disbelief that the museum mounted his masterpiece upside down.
Tonight on The Factor: The secret foreign policy plans of the DNC.
It was business as usual at the State Dept., during the Obama administration.
Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, Season Two: Crystal Meth edition.
The promo for Night of the Living Dead: 3-D is released.
The many positions McCain has taken.
Hillary’s secret “health plan advisers” of 1993 are being thawed out and revived.
While most people have a skelton or two in their closet, the Clintons “walk-in” is just loaded with dead bodies.
The Super Special Theory of Relativity.