OTB Caption Contest Winners

The I Am The Captain Of The Farm Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.

The I Am The Captain Of The Farm Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.


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First: CSK – The Tea Party re-make of Blazing Saddles was only unintentionally comic.

Second: RockThisTown – Ben, Adam, Hoss & Little Joe show their patriotism & protect the Ponderosa. (…by deporting Hop Sing back to China – rodney)

Third: Paul HoosonI buried my heart at this wounded caption contest…


Hal_10000Cliven Bundy becomes the first American in a century to lead a cavalry charge

OzarkHillbilly – “Hold my beer, watch this!”

Donald Sensing“Now remember men – if you have to shoot, yell, ‘Allahu akbar!’ so they’ll call it workplace violence like they did at Fort Hood.”

John425 – Atop the hill, General Custer waves the “all clear” flag.

al-Ameda – Didn’t Custer win big?

He who must not be named – Shame, come back!

jd – And that’s how the Fugawi Tribe got its name.(“…Where the?…” – rodney)


“I didn’t get a Harumph from that guy.”

“Mongo like Candy.”

The US prepares to attack Bundy at the battle soon to be known as Little Big Thorn

His indian name is…. “Dances With Media.”

“I’m F*ck Of The Mountain!”

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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. ernieyeball says:

    HI-YO, Honkies! Away! As far away as possible!

  2. Paul Hooson says:

    Thank God, for Cliven Bundy, a great gift from God for providing much inspiration for comedy…Praise the Lord!

  3. CSK says:


    I was thinking of going with “These are farmers; the common clay of the old west. You know…morons.” But I decided otherwise.

    Praise God for Blazing Saddles, the one movie with a quote for all occasions.

  4. Eric Florack says:

    Where did these healthcare sounds come from?
    (apologies to ‘close encounters’)