Yet again we're turning to to you, our loyal readers, to work those little gray cells and craft the perfect caption for this cartoon.
Leave your caption idea in the comments and we will pick a winner at the end of the month, based on which entry makes us laugh so hard our sides burst. The lucky and talented winner will get the original cartoon, in color, with his or her award-winning caption inscribed on it by the artist Dan Guidera. And the winner will bask in the admiring glow and admiration of the entire EETimes community.
The captions you've been submitting make us wonder why more engineers aren't professional comedians. The truth is you make our job of choosing a winner extremely difficult -- almost as difficult, in fact, as penetration testing with a rapidly declining altitude.
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