Caption Contest Winners

The Roy Horn, The Early Years Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.




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The Winners

First: The ManThe search for a new FEMA Director is over.

Second: Rachel Edith – And then, in a brilliant sleight of hand move, Bush made Miers disappear.

Third: ManiakesTim Burton’s forthcoming remake of The Cat in the Hat makes some significant plot changes from the original.

Honorable Mention:

Laurence SimonUse #102. . .

McGeheeA moment later, everyone discovered it was not a cat, but a skunk.

WindhamiteSure, the Democrats may have no new ideas for running the country, but they can sure put on a good show!

MarkCat-blogging on the internet has officially jumped the shark

Ted Kennedy Bottle of Courage Award

T. Harris – With much excitement and fanfare, the new Democratic Party mascot, “Phil the Puss”, is unveiled. The announcement of the mascot’s name created an embarrassing moment when Sen. Kennedy, cradling a near-empty Chivas bottle and sitting at a nearby table with an unidentified female, fell out of his chair laughing and yelled, “Don’t mind if I do!”

Rodney’s Bottom of The Barrel


Even after the example made of Lyndie England, the Abu Ghraib prison guards continued with their extreme torture techniques.

Just like Donald Rumsfeld said, “Looking for Weapons of Mass Destruction is a lot like juggling cats.” Actually that is not like anything Rumsfeld said, but the MSM liked the imagery so much and reiterated it so often it became what Rumsfeld said.

After spending some time, trying to break into the lucrative blog caption contest business, Rodney Dill decided that is was a good thing that he’d kept his day job.

The cat-swallower was one of the premier acts of the circus, but it did have some disadvantages for the performer, such as, fur balls.

The Cat balancer Act was not a large success until it was combined with that of the fire-eater.

The Monday contest has already been started.

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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.