Comical Processing: You Write The Cartoon Caption Winner November 1, 2009

Congratulations to Kevin A. Wilke. Kevin submitted 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

Jerry's creative side got the best of him when asked 'What can you
make of this study?"


Honorable Mentions

"Jerry King deciding the caption winner." Submitted  by  Jatin D. Shah; Mumbai, India

"Now we know what the CEO does all day." Submitted  by  Richard Wooten

"After disastrous sales, Jack just wanted to get rid of all the leaflets for his patented scooter chair." Submitted  by  Rob Falconer; Lakeland, Fla.

Click here to see the current Comical Processing cartoon.

 Other Submissions

"I am recycling paper. Doing my bit for the environment." Submitted  by  K. Sahasranaman; Mumbai, India

"After Jerry wallpapered his office, made paper airplanes and tried origami, he decided his next recycling effort would be paper hats and flowers. . . Sure will be glad when the new shredder arrives!" Submitted  by  Shirley G.; Towanda, Pa.

"My Internet connection has collapsed. I am trying to figure out how to send paper mails." Submitted  by  K. Sahasranaman; Mumbai, India

"1001 ways to file mandatory email from HR." Submitted  by  Bobby Bruzina

"Dave really loved his Origami retraining classes, following reallocation of his role." Submitted  by  Craig Watkinson

"For external correspondence he uses internet. But for internal memos he still trusts only old time tested method. . . " Submitted  by  Rajan Krishnan; Ernakulam, Kerala, India

"Lesson One for accountants: What to do with the technical reports from the engineering department." Submitted  by  Thomas Beyer; Nuremburg, Germany

"Acme Co.’s resident RBI expert hours before his 'forced retirement.'" Submitted  by  Hugh Sandgathe

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