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The Caption Contest Experiments

Welcome to the first full summer caption Wednesday! We take to the garden for this week's photo. Please give me your best caption to this photo. The winner will receive FABULOUS prizes tht you might even want to win! Your deadline  is Friday at 4 PM. Have fun!

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06/22/2011 5:18AM
The Caption Contest Experiments
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06/22/2011 5:50AM
Alan Beall
Just in case pain can be felt in the afterlife, Osama bin Laden's testicles were not buried at sea.
06/22/2011 6:04AM
Anne
Carl's attempts at tomato-telepathy were a dismal failure. Either that or those weren't really Beefsteak tomatoes.
06/22/2011 7:02AM
Donna
Frank decided to test the "As Seen On TV Testicle Plumper" on one of his greenhouse tomatoes before trying it on the real thing(s).
06/22/2011 8:23AM
rick mccann
but wait, theres more... now for a limited time only, order your tomato walkman in the next hour and we'll include a second tomato walkman free! thats right...two tomato walkmans for only $19.95!
06/22/2011 8:57AM
Kraig
Ahh, the 50's, the good ol' days - when the CIA only tested its torture devices on vegetable matter.
06/22/2011 8:58AM
steve
This week scientists reported that electroshock therapy has absolutely no effect on tomatoes
06/22/2011 9:11AM
Philip Parmley
"There is nothing to fear; you will be like us."
06/22/2011 9:12AM
Kraig
Dr. Donothing, the little known follow-up to Dr. Dolittle, was a critical and commercial flop. Electronic and telepathic communications with tomatoes did not quite measure up to singing, dancing, and speaking Rhinoceros.
06/22/2011 10:38AM
Philip Parmley
"Help me!" demanded Hector, applying another massive electrical charge to the alien tomatoids. "I need ideas for the Caption Contest, damn you!!" The alien tomatoids remained stubbornly silent.
06/22/2011 11:34AM
little john
UW researchers proved today that 9 1/2 acres of tomatoes will provide enough of a charge to run a prius to the store to pick up the ballace of BLT fixin's
06/22/2011 12:30PM
John C.
This test will determine once and for all if a tomato is a fruit or vegetable.
06/22/2011 12:31PM
John C.
We never should have transferred Sparky from the electrical department to lawn and garden.
06/22/2011 2:47PM
Brian P
Green technology...until they turn red of course
06/22/2011 3:42PM
Kurt
Voltmeter? I thought you wanted a vol-tomater
06/23/2011 6:17AM
Ally
Dr. Frankenstein ain't got nothing on me.
06/23/2011 7:34AM
Lisa
Agriculturists find that using the antiquated tomato polygraph test is the best way of determining whether or not it can be categorized as organic. Unfortunately, the pressure of the test can lead the less thick-skinned tomatoes into a life of insecticide abuse.
06/23/2011 10:04AM
Derek Turner
The People will go to ANY lengths to dial in Triple M in Fitzwalkerstan!
06/23/2011 12:06PM
Lisa S.
Unfortunately, even with the volume turned up, the tomatoes were unable to hear the music.
06/23/2011 2:24PM
Kraig
Tommy Flanagan, member, make that President, of Pathological Liars Anonymous, tries to prove that there is nothing truthful in this world.
06/23/2011 2:30PM
Todd
You say tomato...the tomato says YOWCH!!
06/23/2011 2:37PM
Kraig
Osama's testes are continually monitored by the CIA's Special Activities Division just to make sure there is nothing to that 72 virgin thing.
06/23/2011 2:58PM
Brian P
Vee have vays of making zem talk!
06/23/2011 3:01PM
Brian P
After Arnold Palmer discovered that tomatoes generate only enough electricity to power a nail, he chose to pursue an alternate career. And that boys and girls, is how it all started. Honest, I read it on the internet
06/23/2011 6:02PM
Geno
Dr Gonad, while testing his electro-magnetic vasectometer, exclaimed; "I think I nailed it!"
06/23/2011 7:09PM
Jan S
Tired of peoples protests of testing on humans and animals, Carl tests on something he feels can blow up very easily.
06/24/2011 5:09AM
Steve
"I concur. This specimen is for catsup. It's partner...ketchup. Next!"
06/24/2011 10:04AM
Ryan B.
This photo provides conclusive proof that L. Ron Hubbard was 100 percent batshit.
06/24/2011 10:12AM
Miriam
Forced to remove metal detectors, the head of Wisconsin's DOA tests a new device for discouraging protests in the Capitol.
06/24/2011 10:16AM
KimK
Lenny being the genious he is, thought that by zapping beefsteak tomatoes he could magically turn them into a zesty meat.(Laverne told him to try it, it make work).
06/24/2011 10:17AM
greg warner
"A UW Madison archaeologist demonstrates an early Egyptian version of the iPod from approximately 50 B.C. While the device is functional, unfortunately the machinee used to transfer data and cave drawings from stone tablets has not been discovered ...."
06/24/2011 10:32AM
Dena Koch
The famous scientist comments on his persistent attempt to prove Democrats wrong: "Governor Walker's alpha, beta, & theta brainwave functions are NOT similar to those of a garden tomato."
06/24/2011 10:42AM
Tammy
Altough acknowledged as a breakthrough, Dr. Seymour's tomato powered ipod could only play music for Little Shop of Horror's.
06/24/2011 11:42AM
John
Hmm...I wrote science fiction novels and people bought those. I started a religion and people bought that. Now, let's say that tomatoes can talk....
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