In the comments of my Bears post, April suggests that there should be a OTB corporate sponsorship naming contest. I hereby decree it so. Enter in the comments below.

Also, the latest OTB Caption ContestTM is still ongoing. Some good ones so far. Winners will be announced tomorrow. Probably.

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  1. Rodney Dill says:

    brought to you by WeightWatchers.

  2. apps says:

    OTB, presented by Propicia. Now with 30% smaller prostates!

  3. John Lemon says:

    OTB, brought to you by Blog*Spot. “Without our crappy service, he’d have never improved his blog!”

  4. Paul says:

    OTB… Brought to you my Viagra… Since we left Blog*spot we are always up!

    (ok mostly swiped from lemon but he is going to be hard to beat.)

  5. Paul says:

    OTB, Brought to you by Dow Scrubbing Bubbles® We blog harder so you won’t have to.

  6. John Lemon says:

    OTB, brought to you by Blog*Spot. “Without us, James Joyner wouldn’t have his own domain.”

    (I thought of this phrase while at the park.)

  7. Chortle says:

    OTB the official blogspot of Wimbledon.

  8. Rachel Edith says:

    Computer – $2500
    Computer Accoutrements – $1500
    Internet Access – $20 month
    OTB – Priceless

    OTB, The Official VISA Blogspot

  9. Steven says:

    OTB, the official blog of

    “Trust us, without our products, there would be no blogging.”

  10. OTB – Brought to you by Metro Traffic. A four hour backup at the Wilson Bridge? No problem if you’re Outside The Beltway.

  11. 42nd SSD says:

    “OTB, sponsored by the New York Times. Now you know who you can really trust.”

  12. Nick says:

    OTB, bought FOR you by Maxine Watters. Remember, “Why pay for it yourself, when you can vote for some “rich bastard” to cough up the dough?”.