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Monday, January 23, 2006

Caption Contest Update

Friday, I started my first Caption Contest. We've got 10 excellent entries so far, so we're just about ready for the judging. The talented and literate Ninme has graciously agreed to be the judge, and she's indicated that she'll be available for said chore on Tuesday. Therefore, I'll stop accepting entries at 2300 Monday MST.

In the meantime, here's another photo for you to caption if you'd like:

To make it more interesting, you should try to come up with a caption that doesn't include the words "Clinton" or "Carter"...

15 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Exclusive photo of the secret Advanced Airdale Delivery System (AADS), sister project of the ASDS. Expect similar success.

1/23/2006 12:22 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I swear, Chief, I definitely told them. Check the bolts on the aircraft elevator, and THEN go to the rack.

1/23/2006 12:24 AM

 
Anonymous Byron Audler said...

Man, Pilot: CAG is gonna be so PISSED when he finds out we didn't make it back from liberty on time...RIO: I TOLD you all you needed to impress the chicks was your wings of gold, and your big frickin' watch!"

1/23/2006 8:42 AM

 
Blogger NCdt(II) Genest said...

Canadian Navy unveils new diesel-powered aircraft carrier in surprise move by new government.

1/23/2006 8:57 AM

 
Anonymous Dave said...

Dave says,

During John's run for President, he introduced the Kerry-Class carrier, as part of his new military budget proposal........

1/23/2006 9:16 AM

 
Blogger Anna said...

I've heard of downsizing, but this?

1/23/2006 9:19 AM

 
Anonymous Subbasket said...

For those who care: "tiny bubbles" didn't ask me to be a judge. That most defaintly cost him a basket and two nights sleep in the garage with the cat who has nasty habits with blankets.

1/23/2006 1:00 PM

 
Anonymous byron said...

@Subbasket: ouch! The ultimate married mans penance, with a dash of addled cat thrown it! Have pity on the poor man, bring the cat inside!;)

1/23/2006 2:39 PM

 
Blogger submandave said...

After watching the CVN go down as another trophy to the silent service, this Tomcat learned that any port in a storm in home.

1/23/2006 3:57 PM

 
Blogger Eagle1 said...

The advance test of the "mini-carrier" concept was going well...though the landing between the orange cones was harder than grabbing the third wire...

1/23/2006 6:11 PM

 
Blogger Vigilis said...

The once great shipbuilder is seen advertising its budget Rent-a-Carrier on the Al-Jezeera Shopping Network.

1/24/2006 12:24 AM

 
Blogger D.P. Guettler said...

Who knew there was a no fly zone in these parts?

1/24/2006 10:20 AM

 
Blogger Zoe Brain said...

"I don't know how you did it since I had my eyes closed, Lieutenant Nugget, but I'll grade that landing as OK3. Now let's see how you do on the take-off."

1/25/2006 6:05 AM

 
Blogger geezernuke said...

I hope the COB wont be too pissed to see the humor in this deck ornament we acquired for the change of command ceremony. We may have to remind him of all the flap caused when the Captain had us pop a flare up on the Carrier's deck.

1/25/2006 9:47 PM

 
Blogger Anna said...

"Well RIO they are right, objects do appear closer in a mirror. I thought this was an aircraft carrier."

"Uh sir I think we need to get you to the Doc and then some R&R in Vegas. You have got to have a sh*tload of luck."

1/26/2006 4:02 PM

 

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