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I don’t care if it does taste like chicken; I would still rather have fish! Newton L. Baker, Fort Worth, Texas

Thank you to all those who submitted caption entries for our November/December 2012 cartoon (see Matthew 7:9–10). We are pleased to congratulate Newton L. Baker of Fort Worth, Texas, who wrote the winning caption.

Runners-up

“Oh great, he’s doing his Moses impression again.” Beth Steiner, Oxford, United Kingdom
“I said ‘hake,’ not ‘snake.’” Marvin Svingen, Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada

Honorable Mention

“Mom said you wouldn’t get the shopping list right.” Carroll Morony, Fort Collins, Colorado
“It seems to be getting harder and harder to communicate with the older generation.” Thomas C. Fox, Analomink, Pennsylvania
“Dad, will you please stop showing off and give me my fishing rod?” Allen Spiker, Lexington, South Carolina
“Fact: Some dads should not be in charge of feeding the kids.” Dan Knight, Overland Park, Kansas
“I suppose you’ve got a stone in the oven to go with that?” James R. Crouse, Fort Wayne, Indiana
“Well, it’ll make a great fish story!” Karl Larew, New Park, Pennsylvania
“Oy vey, I’m glad I didn’t ask for a whale!” Dan Bruce, Conyers, Georgia
“Wait! Something’s not kosher here...” John B. Roberts, Austin, Texas
“What we have here is a failure to communicate.” Ron Ervin, Puyallup, Washington