The EE Times elves have waded through all of the entries and selected the winner of the April 2015 Cartoon Caption Contest.
Well, as usual, judging the April 2015 Cartoon Caption Contest has been a difficult task because there were so many amazing entries, but one EE Times elf has finally intimidated all the other elves into agreement.
The winning entry, by EE Times Community Member Rick_Hille for:
Of all the exhibits in the Pre-Apocalypse Era Museum, Breek was always in awe of the unearthed details and true-to-scale reproduction of a technological creation space that the long gone humans had once inhabited.
We definitely noticed some themes (wheel as metaphor for an engineering career, Habitrail as power supply). Usually we have only two or three runners-up, but there were so many gems this month here are just a few that tickled our fancy:
- Wnderer: "Bring your parents to work day revealed that Bob's mother really was a hamster and his father really did smell like elderberries."
- Oblvion: "So the dude at the pet store said there are only a couple of rules to follow when caring for one of these guys: Don't get him wet and never feed him after midnight... Seems simple enough."
- DT_Haydon: "I'd like to introduce you to the newest member of our engineering team. Tell us about yourself, and please, don't be cuy."
- Jnissen: "George shows off his career simulator."
- TGR0: "I almost got the promotion but he beat me by a whisker."
- BinaryJudy "After an epic battle of paper, rock, and scissors Bob gets to take home the lab pet for the weekend."
- Kungfu Brilliant, a pet by day and a cell phone charger by night!"
- NoNIckName_#2: "Hey, I asked for a dog and pony show! This is all you can come up with?"
- dadeus "If I give you 1.21 GigaWatts can I go back in time to before I got this crappy assignment?"
Thanks to everyone who participated. We're sorry if you missed out this time, but happily our May 2015 Cartoon Caption Contest is awaiting your witty entries.
Last, but certainly not least, if you're a past winner and you've not yet received your signed copy of the cartoon, please contact Susan Rambo at email@example.com