Caption Contest Winners

The More Miles to the Galleon Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.

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(AP Photo/Lockport Union-Sun & Journal, Stephen Wallace)

✰ THE WINNERS ✰

First: DL – He says he was distracted by a talking ghecko.

Second: bystander – Not sure about the charges yet. Me and the driver are joining Obama for a beer next week to work it out.

Third: markm – Lieutenant: “Are you sure it was that Ted Kennedy that was driving?”

HONORABLE MENTION

hpbThe new “splash the clunkers” program.

Brian KnappFollowing their most recent defeat, Decepticons hit an all-time low.

Odograph“Who’s the U-Boat commander?”

TusconWilly – ObamaCare will work just as well as Cash 4 Clunkers

Eric FlorackThe first attempt at the “Cash for Dunkers” program, brought on by a typographical error in the White House press release

Dave SchulerThe “Bobbing for Clunkers” program has gotten off to a shaky start.

ℛODNEY’S BOTTOM OF THE BARREL

♬ They tried to make me go to rehabrepo but I said ‘no, no, no’ ♬

The Lincoln Park Pirates see reposition laws as more guidelines….

Who’s the u-boat tender commander

I guess car-pooling isn’t all its cracked up to be.

“AFLAC!!!”

The happycoupleThursday Contest has already taken the cake (as taxes).

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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.

Comments

  1. Always nice to see that someone else is familiar with Steve Goodman.

  2. William d'Inger says:

    Congratulations, markm. You’ve moved up four notches since last time.

  3. markm says:

    Congratulations, markm. You’ve moved up four notches since last time.

    YEAH!!!. If the trend continues i’ll be ahead of the winner in the next one!. 🙂

  4. rodney dill says:

    Always nice to see that someone else is familiar with Steve Goodman.

    Well… not so much… I heard some friends of mine in Milwaukee sing that song close to 30 years ago and every so often it rolls around in my mind. Seemed to fit the picture.