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Scoop Feedback: Caption Contest For Dubya Photo

The folks over at sharetrader.co.nz have been having a whole lot of fun coming up with captions for the picture of George W. Bush featured on Scoop yesterday.


See... http://www.scoop.co.nz/mason/stories/HL0211/S00012.htm

The share trader club was challenged with the following missive from senior club member wsheridan.

“Good to see here that GWB is on the path of Osama - wherever he might be. Anyone want to suggest a caption for this picture. My first crack at it is. ‘Hey, I see what you guys mean - these night-vision goggles are great, they make everything look just like night.’”

Their answers were so enlightened that Scoop has taken the liberty of copying a selection of them for your reading pleasure:

“I can see the future boys. It dont look promisin'"

"Can you guys see where dad left the keys to the fallout shelter?"

“Who needs a crystal ball guys. These crystal binoculars tell me its a black day for Osama.....”

“Hot dang - these new dvd players are great - when do the pictures start.”

“This new pretzel scanner is great. “

“We spent $1billon these! Where's the xray-spec mode. “

“Oh these are great! My proctologist uses them all the time. “

“See that tower over there ... that's the first oil rig we're gonna take! “

"Well if I can't see it, there can't be an economic crisis on the horizon."

"It`s no use damn it! Even with these things I still can`t find Wally!!"

- Scoop readers are invited to post in their own caption suggestions to editor@scoop.co.nz

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