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

Congratulations to Rob Falconer of Lakeland, 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

Wake up! You're having another pipedream.


Honorable Mentions

"Let's see now . . . No safety glasses, short sleeved shirt, no fire retardant clothing, carrying unstable load. This sure seems like an accident waiting to happen!" Submitted  by  Gary Christie

"Hey Bob. We have vibration sensors now." Submitted  by  Michael A. Rogers; Minnesota

"Quit yer whinin', back in the good old days, we would do that on the top rack, carrying a 36" pipe wrench, in a snow storm - and we were proud of it." Submitted  by  Bob Vaughn

Click here to see the current Comical Processing cartoon.

Other Submissions

"Showboat! Now let's see you walk it backwards!" Submitted  by  Jim McDow

"The boss wanted Bob to participate in a mass balancing exercise. . . " Submitted  by  W. Todd Townsend

"This is the final test for all interns." Submitted  by  Daniel Kinsell

"I don’t think that is what the boss meant when he said you needed to 'start walking the line.'" Submitted  by  Mervin Archer; Grove, Okla.

"Bob, you can't do a halfpipe, unless it's snowboard." Submitted  by  J.F. Kemiska

"Teddy Roosevelt didn't mean that when he said 'Carry a big stick.'" Submitted  by  Bob Beck; Pompton Plains, N.J.

"Worst high-wire act, ever." Submitted  by  Kirby Hostetler; Barberton, Ohio

"Oh, he walks on the pipe with the greatest of ease. This daring young man is going down like the Exxon Valdez." Submitted  by  Steve Varga

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