Caption Contest

Time for the Thursday OTB Caption ContestTM


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Winners will be announced Monday PM

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Rodney Dill
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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.


  1. Paul Barnes says:

    President Bush’s new chair to match his new wardrobe. Coincidentally, his next few years will also be spent in housing supported by the taxpayers.

  2. ReasonableCitizen says:

    Everyone employs cost cutting measures nowadays.

  3. William d'Inger says:

    “… then too, they expected me to give up my Blackberry”.

  4. William d'Inger says:

    “I know, I know, ‘chelle, but with all this armor there’s no room inside.”

  5. Triumph says:

    Tom Daschle retires from public life and moves back to his humble home in Sioux Falls.

  6. markm says:

    Tom Dashle takes another limo ride back to the local IKEA store to return unneeded office furniture.

  7. Phil Smith says:

    Artichoke-y Okie.

  8. Idiot says:

    Cue the Jefferons’ soundtrack….

  9. John425 says:

    First Obama likened himself to Lincoln. Now he takes Lincoln’s Memorial chair and has it recovered. Shameless!

  10. John425 says:

    Poor Daschle! Didn’t even have time to unpack!

  11. IrishTexan says:

    During a midnight session, Speaker Pelosi replaced the Stimulus’ controversial ‘Buy American’ clause with a ‘Buy Swedish’ clause hoping to get IKEA higher up on the Stuff White People Like list.

  12. Maggie Mama says:

    Not only don’t Dems pay their taxes, but they also do personal errands using their government limos while on the taxpayer’s dime.

  13. Maggie Mama says:

    When another limo arrived, Obama wondered if the mother-in-law would ever been finished “moving in.”

  14. Mrs. Clinton’s last limo departs her former Senate offices.

  15. Elmo says:

    Come and listen to a story about a man named Barry
    A smooth attorney, barely kept his family in prêt à porter,
    Then one day Geffen said he was manna from heaven,
    And up through the ranks came this bubbly dude.

    Slick Barry, oily he is, golden smile, Chi-town hustler.

    Well the first thing you know ol’ Barry’s a candidate for Prez,
    Kinfolk said Barry move away from there
    Said Washington is the place you ought to be
    So they bought the election, put him in a stretch, and he moved to the Belt-away.

    White House, that is.
    Swimmin pools, Jonas Bros, moonbats (a’ barkin).

    The DC Barry’s!

  16. Wyatt Earp says:

    While “the blue dress” received all of the attention, Bill Clinton always cherished the “soiled love seat.”

  17. Rachel Edith says:

    Honeymoon is over. Obama heads home.

  18. yetanotherjohn says:

    In order to root out the cause of the financial meltdown, the Obama administration has resorted to the comfy chair torture.

    In these tough economic times, Luxury Limousines and Fast Furniture Delivery where forced to consolidate.

    If you think the chair is something, you should see the 12 person dining table inside the limo.

    I will grant you that there is no better secret service agent as far as disguises go, but no matter how much he really looks like a chair, he is still standing out.

    I said put a SPARE in the trunk, not CHAIR.

  19. Elmo says:

    Throwing caution to the wind, Obama picks up a striped jail house blues chair, on sale. After stocking up, on three cases of get out jail free cards.

  20. John425 says:

    Daschle: “First it’s Pack up- then it’s unpack, then it’s Pack up again! WTF?”

    Blagojevich quietly leaves town, headed for Hollywood and a semi-permanent gig on the Letterman Show.

  21. elliot says:

    One episode of “Pimp my Ride” that never aired, featuring a retired interior designer as a new project coordinater.

  22. chsw says:

    John Thain redecorates his home office.


  23. rodney dill says:

    Madoff with the furniture

  24. DL says:

    The sale of seats on the New York Stock Exchange was rather robust last week.

    Obama’s move into the White house was done piecemeal.

    Wall street moguls go to work expecting pink slips any moment.

    Auto manufactures offer creating new packages to boost business.