The winner of Caption Contest #60 (smiley flag on pirate ship) is
"Aye, and he replaced walking the plank with time out."Congratulations to Thomas Roth of Atlanta, Georgia!
In Anti-Caption Contest #62 (office scene with man watching woman ride man like a bronco), the winner is Nell S. with
"According to my watch, it's 2002 and Suzy Wetlaufer and Jack Welch just came into my office."My loser was also reality-based, more or less:
"Late again, Mr. Helprin!"Curious? Read more here.
The three nominees in Caption Contest #62 are
"This new M.B.A. crop is so hard to break."My thoroughly undeserving loser:
Laura Wantz (Laguna Beach, California)
"O.K., let's wrap up and call it a day. I feel like we're losing our focus."
Walker Robb (Seattle, Washington)
"Just five more seconds and you'll break the record set by Tex and Dolly Rosenberg in Accounting."
Wayne Barr (Merrick, New York)
"Looks like motherhood hasn't harmed your performance at all. Good to see you back in the saddle again, Rhoda."My runner-up was
"Brokeback Office: The Sequel."
Caption Contest #64 is here. The Anti-Caption Contest is on hiatus.
Here is the current New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest breakdown by state. You can find it all mapped out here.
12 CaliforniaMap Introduction
8 New York (7 from the Big Apple)
4 New Jersey
2 New Hampshire
2 North Carolina
1 New Mexico
1 Rhode Island
1 Washington, DC
Thanks to Andriy Bidochko for Map Builder.
Image by David Marc Fischer using Samsung cameraphone