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Comical Processing: You Write The Cartoon Caption Winner November 29, 2009

Nov. 29, 2009
Congratulations to Rob Falconer of Lakeland, Fla. Rob submitted the winning caption to the Comical Processing cartoon. A new cartoon has been posted.

"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.

We need help tracking down who's stealing all our helium.

Honorable Mentions

"Looks like the warehouse of worthless knowledge is full! Now what do we do?" Submitted  by  Ron Dixon

 
"Remember . . . we categorically deny that cell phone usage leads to brain tumors."  Submitted  by Steve Solis; Salinas, Calif.

"Just don't let this promotion go to your head." Submitted  by  Lee Winfield, Bristol, N.H.

Click here to see the current Comical Processing cartoon.

 Other Submissions

"This is the activity of Sildenafil citrate molecule when I rubbed it over the head." Submitted  by  Parthasarathi Subramanian; Chennai, India

" OK, sore neck? Could be your monitor height. . . we'll need an ergonomics survey." Submitted  by  Dale Rhodes

"Take two aspirin and call me in the morning!" Submitted  by  Ferman Prewitt; Monett, Mo.

"This is not wise to ask for the salary hike by showing your head height." Submitted  by  Parthasarathi Subramanian; Chennai, India

"Why don't you start putting those ideas in your head into action?" Submitted  by  Teofilo de Jesus Jr.; Jurong, Singapore

"You need to share your ideas with the rest of the team." Submitted  by  Teofilo de Jesus Jr.; Jurong, Singapore

"Son, is something bugging you?" Submitted  by  Jatin D. Shah

"Johnson, you’re a perfect fit for head office!" Submitted  by  Steve Giles

"John . . . that hair product you're using has some unusual side effects." Submitted  by  Karyn S. DeWolf

" It's just not fair! As a new hire, they give you an office when most get a cube. How do you do it?" Submitted  by J.M. Kovach

"I see the light bulb finally went off." Submitted  by  Shahnoz Hamidi

"You still having trouble passing gas?" Submitted  by Jay Sheerer

"Something on your mind?" Submitted  by  Jay Sheerer

"So I forgot to carry the one. You think you're sooooo smart, don't you?" Submitted  by  Kevin A. Wilke

"I commend you on your effort not to spread germs, but next time just let the sneeze out." Submitted  by  Kevin A. Wilke

"Mr. Geithner, your head is growing like the national debt!" Submitted  by  Thomas M. Reynolds; Bellefontaine, Ohio

"Viagra is an oral dose -- it's Rogaine that you rub on your head." Submitted  by  Kevin McGuffin

"I told you not to get a big head over this job." Submitted  by  Robert Andrew

"You need to quit storing everything in your head and write it down instead." Submitted  by  Robert Andrew

"No doubt, you have a good one on your shoulders but still, how did you get a head while I was gone?" Submitted  by  Lisa Jones

"Why do you do all the thinking yourself?" Submitted  by  Ashish Garg

"I can't store any more data in my head. If I do, my head will explode and all the information will be gone." Submitted  by  Donald Drummond; Clarksburg W. Va.

"We need to figure out how to transfer all that knowledge in your head to others." Submitted  by  Michael Akins

"Glue-sniffing is one thing, but you should sneeze occasionally." Submitted  by  Rob Falconer; Lakeland, Fla.

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