Comical Processing: You Write The Cartoon Caption Winner February 7, 2010

Congratulations to R. Valeri of St. Petersburg, Fla., for submitting the winning caption to the Comical Processing cartoon. A new cartoon has been posted.

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"Comical Processing" features drawings by award-winning cartoonist Jerry King. It’s our way of letting you take a break from all the serious stuff you deal with at work —  by coming up with appropriate light-hearted captions.

Comical Processing cartoon caption

The new boss had it put in with a direct feed to every office.
Productivity is up 50%!"

 

Honorable Mentions

"Seemed like a good idea, but we forgot about what the birds add to the blend." Submitted  by  Kevin A. Wilke

"We thought it was a useful way to recover waste heat after the last energy audit." Submitted  by  Jon Pasek; Greenville, S.C.

"I don't think this will fool the EPA." Submitted  by  Traci St. John, Westlake, Ohio

Click here to see the current Comical Processing cartoon.

Other Submissions

"This was cheaper than offering everyone flex time." Submitted  by  Lisa M. Pantano; Bridgewater, N.J.

"Corporate's solution to the economic crisis." Submitted  by  Syed Imran Akhter

" Oh My God!! Don't you know that contact water vapor is a reportable emission!!!" Submitted  by  Christopher Nielsen; Summit, N.J.

"The carbon emissions alone put us out of compliance." Submitted  by  Mark McCurdy

" Well! I certainly didn't expect this when I told you to stop the night shift from sleeping on the job. " Submitted  by  Christopher Nielsen; Summit, N.J.

"I told you to do 'number-up' not 'scale-up.'" Submitted  by  Hans-René Bjørsvik; Bergen, Norway

" You would have to have 2 really really big straws to sip from." Submitted  by  Donald Drummond; Clarksburg, W. Va.

"Maybe we could use an exhaust fan and a Heat Recovery System to make it 'Green,' so we can get Tax incentives." Submitted  by  David Soper; Gastonia, N.C.

"You did a nice job with the installation, but it still needs a temperature and level transmitter." Submitted  by  David Soper; Gastonia, N.C.

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