Time for the Thursday OTB Caption ContestTM
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Winners will be announced Monday PM
… And this little piggie went to jail.
You must be this small to ride.
Apparently Blago believes his judge was a real tight a$$.
“And this is how much credibility I have left…”
In preparation for his 12 year stint in Federal prison, former Illinois Governor Rod Balgojevch practices prison gang hand signals
The former governor apparently doesn’t know how to make an ‘L’.
” Governor, how much money did you make?”
“I’m off to Federal ‘Pound me in the Buckeye’ Prison.”
“How’s your a**hole Governor?”
Clearly, I am a total geek, because the first thing I thought of was:
“Be seeing you.”
as well as:
“I am a number, not a free man.”
(please tell me I am not the only one who gets those refs)
@Steven L. Taylor: You are, Number Six.
And Blago signals his Illuminati brethren that the time has come.
@waltm: Who is Number One?
Okay Mr. Wizard get me out of this.
I can see prison from here.
Don’t worry – my A*hole is not virginal.
“I’ve got this thing, and it’s ^&%$#@* golden.”
Blago employs the Obama Signal, ensuring his pardon is on the way.
Blago: “I’ll get exactly this much prison time.”
Despite facing years in prison, former Illinois Governor Rod R. Blagojevich gives out Buckwheat’s “Otay!” signal. Assuring his supporters that he is still “Blago”.
Zero questions, or I sell your press credentials to the highest bidder.
Oh, he’s already familiar with the Tossed Salad Man.
“I’m crushing your head! Crushing your head!”
My proctologist is being conservative…..
I’m told my cellmate is thi-i-i-is big.
(As an aside, how many 1,000’s of dollars of photo equipment is being used to get the back of his head?!)
And this is what Obama got!!! Bupkus!!!!
Blago: “Can you see me now?”
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