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Winners ahead!
No matter what I throw at you, you follow through with the goods.
Here are this week’s winners, starting with the honorable mentions!
 
We start with a few rock and roll references                       
 
TJ
All in All We're just a Nother Drum Head in The WALL!
 
Steve Marcus
"Yeah, my head hurts too. Didn't I beg you not to do Bang On The Drum? You KNOW how our fans get.
 
Kraig went local
 
Kraig
Willy Street's "Different Drummers" were not at all thrilled about the prospect of being inducted into the Drum Circle Hall of Shame.
 
I was expecting some DEVO references
 
Tina O
When Devo announced auditions for their revamped lineup, Babcock Hall experienced an increase in dumpster diving.
 
Mike McKoy
"No, we are most definitely NOT Devo..."
 
And this weeks WINNER of fabulous prizes of CD, Bucky Badger items, the Nixon Agnew button and plastic harmonica is…
 
Justin Stiper
The first idea for Brewer games, the racing bongo drums, never went over as well as they'd hoped.
 
 
 Have a great weekend and let's wish for SPRING to come SOON!!!
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The Caption Contest Barrels On
OK, enough winter already. It's enough to make one wanna bury their head in a barrel or something!

So, Here's this photo for you to caption!
Winner's receive FABULOUS AND RANDOM PRIZES!
REMEMBER TO PUT YOUR NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE AND DROP ME AN EMAIL AS WELL TO GPARSONS@ENTERCOM.COM.

 
DEADLINE is Friday at 4 PM.

HAVE FUN, BE CREATIVE AND, AS ALWAYS, PLAY NICE!


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Caption Contest Winners are Unmasked!
It’s that time again, caption WINNERS! I thought you would have a hard time with this photo, but you proved me wrong once again. 
 We had several Harlem Shake references and a few “asps”, and here are this week’s honorable mentions:
                                       
 
Mickey
Tom was hoping that having a couple of D-list gods around, might boost sales at his once bustling hookah shop
 
Kraig
I am just so damned fed up with guarding that frigging tomb. What can possibly happen to him? The dude's been dead for over three thousand years! It is time for this Basenji to relax.
 
Paul H H
“Look, the union rules are very clear: they say that every 3 hours we get a 15-minute break…HOW we take it is up to us.”
 
G.V. Parmelli
"It just goes to show," said Anubis, "You really DON'T have to go out of your way for an affordable drink and some eye-candy!"
 
And this week’s WINNER of some CD’s of her choice AND some Bucky Badger paraphernalia is…
 
 
Tammy A.
These new burkas are so much more fun than a simple veil!
Have  a good weekend and don't forget: Spring Ahead, Fall Back!
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The Caption Contest Takes a Break
Had enough snow for a while? Join the club. Perhaps thinking up a funny caption to this photo will brighten up the day.
REMEMBER TO USE YOUR NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE AND EMAIL ME YOUR CAPTION TO  GPARSONS@ENTERCOM.COM

I still have some cool Bucky Badger items as well as your choice of a CD and some other nonsense I might have hanging around.

  Deadline is FRIDAY AT 4 PM!
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The sign points to WINNERS!
Welcome to March. Spring is right around the corner, and, I for one, can not wait ONE MORE MINUTE!
Easing the winter blues are this week’s caption contest winners, starting with the honorable mentions.
 
We start with 2 on the same theme:        
    
Tammy A.
London traffic planner, Algy, dreamed up a diabolical plan to create more havoc in America. "Wait until they try this with their Anglophile roundabouts. Silly Americans they only work in you drive on the left."
 
Todd B
You just know that they will put this next to a round-a-bout!
 
Ari John took a whole other approach!
 
 
Ari John White Wolf
Joey's new sex gymnasium, never worked out very well
 
Art Paul stays local!
 
Art Paul Schlosser
The Brewer's Clean Up Team will have a lot of work to clean up miller park to get it ready by March 31st. Why did those fans throw all that stuff in the field after the last game last year ?
 
 
Plain and simple…

John C.
I asked God to give me a sign, but this is ridiculous.
 
And this weeks WINNER of a CD of his choice AND a Bucky badger prize is…
 
James S
No wonder Apple’s new mapping software got such lousy reviews.
Have  a great weekend!
 
 
 
 
 
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