Last Week’s Weekend Caption Contest™ Winners

Last week’s Weekend Caption Contest™ was substantially affected by our server crash, and the inability of some to reach our backup site. We still did manage to get a pretty good turnout – all things considered – and some excellent captions. The assignment last week was to caption the following picture:

Former President Bill Clinton is seen in the background as the Fisk Jubilee Singers sing 'Swing Low, Sweet Chariot' during a memorial service for John Hope Franklin at Duke Chapel on the Duke University campus in Durham, N.C. Thursday, June 11, 2009. Franklin, a Durham native and the nation's preeminent scholar of black history, died March 25, 2009. (AP Photo/News & Observer, Chuck Liddy)

Here are the winning entries:

1) (914) – “A pew to a thrill

2) (fustian) – “I could use a new intern…

3) (IowaRight) – “It depends on what the definition of “sick” is…

4) (sarahconnor2) – “I see choirs singing, full of hot dames.
Hillary’s in the Mid-East, ain’t that a shame.
And I think to myself,
What a wonderful world!

5) (Al Pennam) – “Dear God,
I’m just sitting here thinking about judgment day, and judicial activism, and how laws are sometimes open to different interpretations.
Now, Lord, about those ten commandments…

6) (Rachel Edith) – “Speech … Check.
Clean sheets … Check.
Viagra … Check.

As voting didn’t work on the backup site, there’s no The Readers Choice Award last week. Winners for the current contest will be announced shortly.

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