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Weekend Caption Contest™ Winners

This week's Weekend Caption Contest™ was another keeper. Kudos to all of the contestants for top notch captions. In the end I had a hard time placing the top 3, since for me they were basically a "pick 'em." In the end the Obama caption was nearly enough to send a mistimed sip of Diet Coke out the nose, so it seemed only right to bump it to the top...

The assignment this week was to caption the following picture:

In fun, someone stood up this fake child's pants and sneakers in a tall snow drift after a heavy snowfall in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2007. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)


Here are the winning entries:


1) (mikec) - "Page 47 of 'Dreams of My Father', Barack Obama admits to 'dabbling' in cocaine..."

2) (Nancy) - "An inconvenient snowbank..."

3) (Logan) - "OJ Simpson continues his never-ending search for the 'real killer'"

Honorable Mention

4) (Lindy R. Dole) - "The Mac guy from the 'I'm a Mac... and I'm a PC' commercials never envisioned the extremes to which the new Vista Defender program was capable."

5) (Ken) - "The brakes on this sled are a bit touchy."

6) (mojo) - "That went well..."

The Best Mocking Of The Caption Contest Judge Award goes to:

(retired military) - "I know the winner of last weeks caption contest is in here somewhere, I just have to find them"


Until next Friday...


Comments (14)

1) (mikec) - "Page 47 of... (Below threshold)
Brian:

1) (mikec) - "Page 47 of 'Dreams of My Father', Barack Obama admits to 'dabbling' in cocaine..."

Well, as we learned from Bush, a history of cocaine abuse isn't anything to pay attention to.

They're all good ones, but ... (Below threshold)

They're all good ones, but I loved Nancy's.

Well, as we learn... (Below threshold)
Jumpinjoe:
Well, as we learned from Bush, a history of cocaine abuse isn't anything to pay attention to

Wasn't that the allegation from a convicted felon (hired for murder) that provided "no" who, what, where, why or when that President Bush was a cokehead in a book that was pulled by the publisher?

That's not much to go on, is it?

Good thing one of President Bush's brothers didn't come forward and claim G.W. had a nose like a vacuum cleaner. Hey...wasn't that what Roger Clinton said about his brother Bill. Opps never mind.

Nothing to see here....Good Day....

"I SAID GOOD DAY".......(MY Fez imitation of That 70's Show fame)

Finally, I get at least a m... (Below threshold)
retired military:

Finally, I get at least a mention in one of these.

That's not much to go on... (Below threshold)
Brian:

That's not much to go on, is it?

Nope. Good thing we have Bush himself, publicly stating in 1999 that he hadn't used illegal drugs "in 7 years", and also refusing deny when asked directly that he's used cocaine:

Earlier this month, 11 of the presidential candidates, in response to a newspaper inquiry, denied having used cocaine. Mr. Bush was the only candidate who would not say.

Nothing to see here....Good Day....

Sorry, you lose, but nice try. Good day.

I think he also refused to ... (Below threshold)

I think he also refused to answer the 'boxers/briefs' question. Therefore we must conclude that he does not wear underpants, right?

Free-balling...what a Presi... (Below threshold)

Free-balling...what a President!

Sorry, you lose, ... (Below threshold)
Jumpinjoe:
Sorry, you lose, but nice try. Good day

Since you never heard him say he didn't use cocaine, that means he used cocaine.

Who can argue with that?

I yield to your superior intellect.

Again....GOOD DAY!

11 of the presiden... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
11 of the presidential candidates, in response to a newspaper inquiry, denied having used cocaine. Mr. Bush was the only candidate who would not say.

Eleven out of twelve politicians are liars.

Since you never heard hi... (Below threshold)
Brian:

Since you never heard him say he didn't use cocaine, that means he used cocaine.

Who can argue with that?

Oh, I guess you're right. You see, I've never used cocaine, either. But when employers ask me if I've used it, I tend to refuse to deny it, since that's as clear as saying "no", isn't it? I've also at times said that I haven't used it in the last seven years, because that's a reasonable thing for someone who's never used cocaine ever to say. (But I won't say I haven't used it for a period longer than seven years, because that doesn't sound as good as "seven years", right?)

Oh, the logical hoops you jump through to deny the obvious.

I yield to your superior intellect.

You yielded that long ago.

Oh, the logical ho... (Below threshold)
Jumpinjoe:
Oh, the logical hoops you jump through to deny the obvious

Did they ask him specifically about "cocaine"? If you don't say the word we must assume that is the drug of choice, right?

BTW, your links were lefty commentary (TalkLeft) not facts, which doesn't bolster your point one iota.

You yielded that long ago

That's a wet dream in liberal La-La Land.......guess you missed the absurdity of my witticism.

Did they ask him specifi... (Below threshold)
Brian:

Did they ask him specifically about "cocaine"?

Yep. Bet you didn't want to read that part, huh?

BTW, your links were lefty commentary (TalkLeft) not facts, which doesn't bolster your point one iota.

That cited the Dallas Morning News. Bzzzt! Nice try!

guess you missed the absurdity of my witticism.

No, one thing I can say about your posts, your absurdity is obvious and ever present.

Yep. Bet you didn'... (Below threshold)
Jumpinjoe:
Yep. Bet you didn't want to read that part, huh?

Actually I did want to read it and it's not there. And your link is worthless like I said:

I had to find the article myself.

It's obvious you saw the word cocaine and got your panties moist.

Yesterday Bush tried to put out the media fire over the persistent, unsubstantiated rumors of past cocaine use, telling reporters that he ''could have passed''


While there is no evidence that Bush ever used cocaine, the rumors have gained altitude in part because Bush acknowledges he once sowed some wild oats - ''when I was young and irresponsible, I was young and irresponsible,'' he often says

Brian:

That cited the Dallas Morning News. Bzzzt! Nice try

The above quotes are from the Dallas Morning News.

I guess you thought no one would check....Sorry...but....BZZZZZT....you lose again!!!

Brian:

No, one thing I can say about your posts, your absurdity is obvious and ever present

Not as obvious as your ever present lies and spin.

Try again next time.

Used cocaine or not? Who ca... (Below threshold)
914:

Used cocaine or not? Who cares?




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