Saturday, June 08, 2013

New Yorker Caption Contest

Here is my entry in this week's New Yorker Caption Contest. Each week they provide the image and you provide the caption.

"Serving as proxy for Mr. Peterson is Gorgon Destroyer of Planets."


This is Rick from our Tokyo office.

Wrap it up Gail other people want to use this room. 


"Is the funny voice really worth all this trouble?"
Submitted by Matt Anderson, 
Philadelphia, Pa.

"It's quite common, Senator. Most politicians are filled with hot air."
Submitted by Lynn Tudor, 
New York, N.Y.
"Please, Mr. Blaine. I do have other patients to attend to."
Submitted by Pablo Goldstein, 
Los Angeles, Calif.

I entered...
"Don't worry, it's a common side effect of being dead."

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