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And the Winner Is...

“If it’s any consolation, I received the bill for this project, and we don’t qualify as rich anymore.” Tom Kaufman, Spokane, Washington

Thank you to all those who submitted caption entries for our September/October cartoon (see Joshua 2). We are pleased to congratulate Tom Kaufman of Spokane, Washington, who wrote the winning caption.

Runners-up

“I adjusted the eye of the needle for inflation.” Harvey Randall, Schenectady, New York
God’s spiritual TSA checkpoint. Sandra Wilfley, Richmond, Virginia

Honorable Mention

“I read about this in Getting into Heaven for Dummies.” Donna Gomez, Thoreau, New Mexico
They just aren’t sharp enough to get the point. Kelsey Austin, Gainesville, Florida
“Well, I guess it doesn’t matter how rich you are. ‘You can bring a camel to the eye of the needle, but you can’t make him go through it.’” David Gibson, Albuquerque, New Mexico
“One small step for camel, one giant leap for rich men.” Bret Conkle, Ligonier, Indiana
“I don’t think he’s heard of the saying, ‘It’s easier for a camel to go through the eye of this needle than it is for my wife to shop at the thrift store.’” Bruce Barton, Layton, Utah
“The hard part was getting it away from Goliath!” Glenn Wesley, Feasterville-Trevose, Pennsylvania
“So you’re telling me there’s a chance...” Dana Fisher, Weymouth, Massachusetts
“Alice said there was some cake around here somewhere that would make us big again.” Rob Abramovitz, Portland, Oregon
“If you think this needle is big, you should have seen the haystack we found it in!” C. Stephen Parsons, San Marcos, California
Jesus’ parable was lost on the Lilliputians. Martin Gonzalez, Scottsdale, Arizona
“Now getting into heaven will be sew easy.” Robert Lunt, Salt Lake City, Utah