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Well Moses, it looks like we have come to a parting of the waves. Ken Pettijohn, Wichita Falls, Texas

Thank you to all those who submitted caption entries for our May/June 2009 contest. We are pleased to congratulate Ken Pettijohn of Wichita Falls, Texas, who wrote the winning caption.

Runners-up

“Sorry, she says she dropped the cellphone a few feet over to the right.” Douglas Koepke, Abilene, Texas
“I’ve heard of hard water, but this is unbelievable.” Farin Wilbanks, Belden, Mississippi

Honorable Mention

“Moses, quit playing around and just take the mulligan.” David Chalenburg, Searcy, Arkansas
“You can part the sea but you can’t part your own hair!” Dale Williams, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
“Wow, that trick sure would have been handy when the toilet was overflowing last week!” Jeremy Wells, Austin, Texas
“Hey, not bad! How are you with traffic jams?” Randy Richardson, Katy, Texas
“If it’s okay with you, Moses, I’ll wait until after you sneeze.” Thomas Brown, Pewee Valley, Kentucky
“Excuse me Moses, do you have any parting words?” Emily Bartell, San Diego, California
“My dear Moses, parting is such sweet sorrow!” Rev. Joseph J. Gasper, Deltona, Florida
“Uh, sir? I’m going to have to ask you to leave the aquarium.” Matt Evans, Mansfield, Texas
“Very nice—but before you can use it, I’ll need to see your environmental impact report.” Will Pearce, Raleigh, North Carolina
“Moses, I’m pretty sure this is not what the sign meant by ‘Open Fishing.’” Sharon Georgi, Racine, Wisconsin
“Are you sure that our flood insurance policy covers ‘Acts of God?’” Steve Parris, Spartanburg, South Carolina