Weekend Caption Contest™ Winners

This weeks Weekend Caption Contest™ was a bit more challenging than many recent editions of the Weekend Caption Contest. Without further ado, here are the winning entries for this picture:

U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Anthony Weber, of Columbus, Ohio, walks passed a shuttered storefront advertising the video game machine Play Station, during a foot patrol in Hit, 200 kilometers (125 miles) west of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, July 1, 2005. U.S. Marines conducting Operation Sword, now in its fourth day, are encouraging people to come out of their homes after completing house to house searches earlier in the week. (AP Photo/Jacob Silberberg)

1) (Roger Fraley) – “The Marines were ultimately disappointed in the tip from 11 year-old Hassan who had told them where they could find “lots of bad dudes to waste.

2) (Rob@L&R) – “Live in our world. Die in yours!

3) (epador) – “If I had only used God mode before I booted up…

Honorable Mention

4) (Rodney Dill) – “Being Bill Gates means going just a little beyond economic warfare to nail those nasty competitors.

5) (JAT0) – “Hey in there, Can Senator Durbin come out and play for a bit?

6) (james) – “After 9/11 conservatives prepared for war!, but liberals wanted playstation?

Until next Friday I’m back to vacationing…

It almost makes me wish I wasn't born an American...
America, the Beautiful

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  1. Rodney Dill July 5, 2005