Congratulations to Seattle's Walker Robb, who scored the first victory for Washington with this top finisher in Caption Contest #62 (office scene with man watching woman ride another man like a bronco):
"O.K., let's wrap up and call it a day. I feel like we're losing our focus."
In Caption Contest #64 (man with giant #1 glove exhorting boxer), there are two candidates from California and one from Massachusetts.
"Two? Close enough—give 'em hell!"My loser:
Marcia Kaufman (Natick, MA)
"You've made me regret my purchase."
Erik Pinkelak (San Ramon, CA)
"O.K., good. Now, who's the Deputy Secretary of Agriculture?"
Harry Beller (Pleasanton, CA)
"You'll see--Agassi will win by a knockout!"
In Anti-Caption Contest #65 (man siding with robots in a business meeting), the winner is TG Gibbon with
"Christ! why do you Jews always vote as a bloc?"My loser was
"What can I say? Their right arms are extended and crushing my balls."
Caption Contest #66 is here. Anti-Caption Contest #66 is here.
Here is the current New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest breakdown by state. You can find it all mapped out here.
12 CaliforniaMap Introduction
9 New York (8 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