Tag Archives: caption contest

March Caption Contest: Gun-Control Debate Edition

March 24, 2013


As Congressmen on both sides of the aisle continue to debate over the best way to completely abandon the gun control question without looking like careerist cowards, the issue of guns in America continues to be at the forefront of people’s minds, on all sides of the issue. But for today let’s turn our attention, […]

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Caption Contest: For Better Or Worse Or Underwater Edition

March 3, 2013


I was going to do a “Fiscal Cliff” caption contest this week – and maybe I have in a roundabout metaphorical way – but all the photos of politicians with solemn “concerny” faces and stern “blamy” faces was giving me a headache, so I went a different way.  Take a moment and hit us with […]

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Should You Vote For The Caption Contest Finalists?? Does A Photographer Strip In The Woods?

January 20, 2013


Last week’s caption contest had a lot of great entries. If you haven’t, you really should take a moment to read the entries here.  Narrowing it down to 5 meant finally just flipping a coin, basically.  But flip a coin I did, to reach these finalists.  (Also, there were some great ones that I finally […]

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Caption Contest: Bad Dream Senior Pictures Edition

January 13, 2013


It’s caption contest day!  Hurray! You all know how this works: ponder the odd majesty of the image below and leave your best caption; next week I’ll present the finalists for voting. Some images are just weird.  Some you can tell were caught at just the wrong moment.  Then there are the ones that you […]

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The Vote Came Down To A Smorgasbord of Bad Personal Habits!

December 2, 2012


Well, this week’s vote on the caption contest was a real nail-biter!  Okay, you probably weren’t obsessively checking.  And if you were, you may not have been, in fact, biting your nails in anticipation.  Which is good, because – really – that’s a terrible habit.  So’s knuckle-popping.  And I say that as a compulsive knuckle-popper. […]

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The Voters Have Spoken. Now It’s Time To Vote. Again.

November 25, 2012


Well, having you vote for the finalists in last week’s caption contest seems to have gone well overall.  Certainly made selecting finalists easier for me.  There is, of course, one little thing… People. Seriously. There’s no need to give other folk’s comments a “thumbs down.”  I’m not even sure why WordPress includes that feature, but […]

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When Kitty Met Bear…

September 16, 2012


First thing’s first: voting on the caption contest!  I was worried that I’d put up a sub-par photo for you, in terms of being caption-worthy.  I was also worried too many people would know the back-story.  But even if I did, the entries were awesome, thus establishing one of my goals: to be able to […]

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Vote Bear and Cat in 2012

September 9, 2012


Well, the political conventions are over, and at last the great national question of who – who – will get the nominations for the two parties is settled.  Now we should take a break from all this serious political debate and complex rhetorical analysis of global issues and take time once again for a caption […]

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Why I May Be What’s Wrong With America

July 7, 2012


I’ve decided that I may be what’s wrong with America.  It’s selecting finalists for these ‘Weekly Questions of the Week’ that have done it.  “Oh, I’ll have these little questions of the week, and pick a couple finalists, and it’ll be fun and a way to feature bloggers!” I thought naively.  Little did I know […]

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Maybe There Is Such A Thing As “Too Safe”…

July 1, 2012


Okay, Byromaniacs, it’s Sunday, and that means it’s time for good wholesome fun.  Also, for the Weekly Question of the Week!  This week – we’re going for the caption contest again.  Take a bit, savor the photo below and then hit us with your favorite caption!  Hit us with a bunch! (Also, don’t forget to […]

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May The Curveball Be With You. Always.

June 3, 2012


Sometimes, when people are feeling grim, or have just uncovered some historical horror like The Brazen Bull, they’ll make a comment like “There is no horror we can think up that we haven’t inflicted on one another.”  And then you look at each other and nod, cynically. The other thing to remember though, is that […]

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