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December Cartoon Contest: Winning caption

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Mxv
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Mxv   12/16/2011 10:46:54 PM
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So why is the fellow pouring salt (or pepper) into the serial port? It's not logical. Does not compute. My brain is rebooting...

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Bob.Vangen   2/16/2011 1:39:47 PM
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Serial - Cerial. Cerial - Serial. Get it?

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Waizier   1/17/2011 6:52:14 PM
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Do I need a EE for that to be funny??

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palf   1/8/2011 2:22:40 AM
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Boo! No offense, Don, but others were a lot funnier to me.

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Mxv   1/7/2011 6:27:51 PM
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Just put a vote button next to all the entries and let the readers decide. Duh!

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Mxv   1/7/2011 6:26:46 PM
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Boo, EETimes!!! (sorry Don) The judges learned humor from a textbook, me thinks.

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phoenixdave   1/7/2011 5:52:26 PM
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Have to agree with WireMan (nothing personal Don). But maybe I missed the point. I thought there were a number of very humorous entries. Maybe the contributors should have an opportunity to judge all of the entries???

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WireMan0   1/7/2011 5:18:58 PM
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Not very funny.

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