Caption Contest

Time for another OTB Caption ContestTM.

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Write your caption in the comments below.

Winners will be announced some time after noon Monday.

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  1. Timmer says:

    Senator John Kerry, sporting the nifty ring his wife gave him for their anniversary, gets into the spirit of carnival. Asked about the face paint, the Senator mumbled something about, “If you weren’t in Viet Nam, you wouldn’t understand.”

  2. Senator Kerry takes a breather after a long day of being pulled around by liberal special interest groups.

  3. Rachel Edith says:

    Of course gay people should be allowed to marry.
    Good grief, why should straights monopolize this misery?

  4. Hermoine says:

    “I know where to find the WMDs.”

  5. Mark Hasty says:

    “We love the subs! The subs are good to us . . .”

  6. Jim says:

    CHICAGO, Illinois (AP) — Piercing sometimes results in hard-to-treat infections that can lead to permanent disfigurement, according to a study of an Oregon outbreak

  7. The Precious is Ours! Ours FOREVER!!

  8. Rodney Dill says:

    Often, Rodney’s head would start to hurt and his face would contort as he tried to think of something really clever for the OTB Caption Contest.

  9. Keith Taylor says:

    The producers of Nip/Tuck search for fresh plotlines.

  10. JW says:

    “Don’t hurt me, Mr. Journalist! Even though I’m a denzien of deepest AFrica, I swear, I’ve never even SEEN Alex Polier!”

  11. phil massey says:

    Ring toss competition turns violent.

  12. Hodink says:

    A well-rounded Martha Stewart was released from prison today.

  13. Stephen says:

    What I promised to do when the Cubs win the World Series.

  14. Lasting Magic says:

    Howard Stern cogitates unemployment.

  15. jeff says:

    George W Bush, still in costume from his tryout for Mel Gibson’s Jesus, cogitates on his prospects for a political comeback as Preznit of Mars in 2008.

  16. Rodney Dill says:

    “Ungh! Kucinich or Bush?
    Clark or Bush?
    Dean or Bush?
    Kerry or Bush?
    Ungh! I guess Bush.”
    Even Gooruk(click click) had to admit.
    Once a Bushman always a Bushman.

  17. Hodink says:

    Boston Red Sox Manager, Terry Francona, reacts to the A-Rod deal.

  18. Rachel Edith says:

    Dennis Rodman, sporting a new look.

  19. Rodney Dill says:

    Gooruk(click click) was not really unhappy with his new job as Tech Support for a large IT company. With this job he had found a company that would go to the ends of the Earth for its people.

    The large IT company was not altogether unhappy either, for they had found they could get resources for a tenth of the cost there.

  20. jeff says:

    After losing the 2004 election, aWol returned to East Jesus, TX, and became a colorful local character, known for showing up at the diner for photos and regaling visitors with stories of his glory days.

  21. jeff says:

    Dick Cheney at his secure location in remote New Guinea. Unfortunately, his characteristic snarl gave his identity away to the investigating photographer.

  22. Lasting Magic says:

    Told not to wear his ski mask anymore,
    Whacko Jacko pops into Wal-Mart.

  23. Rodney Dill says:

    “Proctological exam?”

  24. Hermoine says:

    Let me warn you, mate. Grabbing the
    brass ring isn’t all it’s cracked up to
    be. And, here’s the rub … it ain’t
    even brass!”

  25. Rodney Dill says:

    Gooruk(click click) had given up looking for his own kind now that he had moved to New York City. He knew he was unique, but he thought that with the rich diversity of the City he would find others like himself. He now know this was not true as even his new friends referred to him as an ab-original.

  26. Rodney Dill says:

    Oops, type-o,

    “…He now knew…”