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Vote for the best cartoon caption for October

Naomi Price
11/2/2011 10:40 AM EDT

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WireMan0
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re: Vote for the best cartoon caption for October
WireMan0   11/11/2011 6:52:11 PM
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Stinky choices by the judges.

sharps_eng
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re: Vote for the best cartoon caption for October
sharps_eng   11/10/2011 9:51:03 PM
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Humour is subjective. I think a caption should play on the cartoon detail, not just take a hint from it. Speaking as a cartooner myself that is.

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Parreco   11/8/2011 9:09:13 PM
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I agree. The last entry was "clever" (not so much funny). The previous 4 entries were not funny at all. My recommendation is to NOT give up your day job to be a comedian (unless you're an unemployed engineer....then it doesn't matter).

TFCSD
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re: Vote for the best cartoon caption for October
TFCSD   11/8/2011 1:11:15 AM
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I can understand some of my entries were not funny enough, but I do recall other peoples entries being more funny than some of the ones currently on the ballot. How are the ballot finalists picked?

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