Tue, Feb 22, 2005
This Photo Just Begs For A Caption Contest! Take Your Best
Every now and then a
photo so twisted, so weird and so unique as to require "special
attention" crosses our desk. Such photos literally beg us to
include them in a caption contest... and yet another exercise in
editorial tomfoolery is born.
The twisted minds of the Aero-News crew, sleep deprived from
dealing with the rigors of cranking out each Daily Aero-News
edition, as well as other bits of Aero-Insanity, all of a sudden
realized that it was HIGH time for one of ANN's much-ballyhooed
caption contests. By the way, the photographer was very gracious in
allowing this photo's use... but refused the offer of a photo
credit. We wonder why..... grin.
The winner gets a copy of the new Klyde Morris Book... is that a
great deal, or what?
Here it is, kids.
Take your best shot... send us a short caption that you feel
properly illustrates this photo and we'll pick the best ones for
publication later next week. Please send all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
with the subject of "February 22nd Caption Contest
2005" in the subject line and we'll do our best to
pick the most, uh, 'distinguished and august' selections for the
edification and enlightenment of ANN readers all over the
Oh yeah... keep it clean, OK? Please! (grin)
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