Caption Contest Winners

The Dread Pirate Roberts Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.

Another great contest, Charles Austin was particulary inspired, but none were as good as his first. Lagkiller has the booty for this contest.

The Winners

First: charles austinWell, you see, the U.S. Constitution is more a set of guidelines than an actual code.

Second: Maggie – Senator Feinstein, the ONLY question you haven’t asked me yet is “Why do they call you Long John?”

Third: The ManArrgh, I would rather Roe than Wade, har har har.(Shouldn’t that be Roe Versus Wade?)

Honorable Mention:

Hodink – “Arrgh, it shivers me timbers when privateers brand me for bestowing Rehnquist the black spot.”

McGehee“Er, Senator Kennedy, this photograph is very interesting, but what I suggested was that the Democratic caucus hire a private eye to investigate Roberts.”

DL – The skull and cross-bones, senator Kennedy is, in my opinion, covered by the first amendment -the sword, by the second, and the big white hankie flapping in my rear pocket is just an old French surrender flag from WWII. Chapaquiddick is due North by North East — why do you ask?

Laurence Simon“Sir, will you be reviewing Ahab vs. Moby Dick?”

Steven Taylor“I refuse to discuss me next bit o’ plunderin’ because I don’t have all the fact before me.”

Rodney’s Bottom of The Barrel

“Art thou the King of the Jews?”
“I find no fault in this man.”
“I have found no cause of death in him: I will therefore chastise him, and let him go.”
“Ye have a watch; go your way, make it as sure as ye can.”
“Ye have brought this man unto me, as one that perverteth the people; and behold, I, having examined him before you, have found no fault in this man touching those things whereof ye accuse him.”
Judge Roberts erroneously mistakes September 19th for Speak like Pilate day.

The Monday contest has already started. (Click on the picture at left)

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Rodney Dill
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.


  1. Thanks for the kind words. But it is kind of sad that the winning phrase rings so true.