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February 02, 2005

Caption Contest Results

The winners for the Thinking Outside the Box(er) Edition Caption Contest are in!

1st Place: Cricket

"This is your mind compared to mine. Take a picture so we are crystal clear."

2nd Place: Rodney Dill

Steamed Rice

3rd Place Tie: Don Brouhaha and Greg

Don Brouhaha:

"I find your lack of faith in the Force disturbing, Senator Byrd..."

{As Condi closes the gap in her fingers, Robert Byrd (former KKK Kleagle of W.Va. -D) begins to choke}.

Greg:

Senator Byrd, I've seen the CIA file on your KKK activities, and it's THIS DAMN THICK!.So your choice now is either STFU or see the Million Man March across your front lawn. And we'll be taking that stupid lawn jockey with us."

Honorable Mention For Kicking Tail: Pile On®

Senator Boxer, I have a quote here of yours supporting President Clinton when he launched an attack on suspected WMD facilities in Iraq, "the president had no choice but to act today, anyone who questions the timing of his decision ignores the fact that we committed a month ago to act if [chief U.N. weapons inspector] Richard Butler reported that Saddam was not cooperating."

So this, THIS, IS HOW MUCH CREDIBILITY YOU AND YOUR DUSTMOP HAIRDO HAVE WITH ME!!

Mad props to Mosqued Menace for his Honorable Mention over at OTB.


Posted by Cassandra at February 2, 2005 10:16 AM

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Comments

Cricket,
A winnah!
Mad props (whatever).

Posted by: Don Brouhaha at February 2, 2005 11:34 AM

Props to everyone for a funny contest. Don Brouhaha hit the home run, IMO, though. The thought of Darth Vader dealing with the democratic asshats in Congress is way too funny!

Its like when all the hippie-dippie doofii start singing "Give Peace a Chance". I always think of them doing so in a historical context, say in front of Genghis Khan and the Mongol Horde, and I laugh my butt off.

Even though these wackos say "violence never solves anything", I wonder if the Mongols would turn them into human pincussions with their archers, or merely trample them under their horses' hooves.

Posted by: a former european at February 2, 2005 01:58 PM

"I want to thank *sniff* everyone here who supported my caption habit."

I am speechless!

Posted by: Cricket at February 2, 2005 01:58 PM

Props to all da winnuhs! WOO HOO Ms. Cricket!
Although, Don's made me laugh the hardest, it wasn't until about the 3rd time I read it...DUH![I've had to cut back on the shots of WD-40™ into the ears]

I still get a silly grin on my face recalling the WILD applause Condi received at the Pres. inauguration ceremony when she showed up. Right after a relatively lukewarm reception of Boris & Natash...er....Beelzebubba & Queen JezebHill.

Condi: Whitehouse Warrior Princess!

Posted by: CKC of BlogGirls Behaving Badly at February 2, 2005 06:03 PM

Thank you. a tough one.

Posted by: Rodney Dill at February 2, 2005 09:02 PM

"Mosqued" Menace? Has he suddenlike embraced sharia?

Posted by: cw4billt at February 3, 2005 09:23 AM

Don brouhaha (I think) entered that in the Neologisms contest - it nearly made the Top Ten lists but the competition was really tough.

Posted by: Cassandra at February 3, 2005 09:25 AM

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