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The Caption Contest is Musical!

In honor of voting now open for the Madison Area Music Awards (www.mama.org) we have a musical challenge.
Please give me your best caption to this photo.

REMEMBER TO USE YOUR NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE, THEN DROP ME AN EMAIL AT GPARSONS@ENTERCOM.COM WITH YOUR CAPTION SO I KNOW  WHOM TO AWARD THE FABULOUS PRIZES.

   Have fun, be creative and, as always, play nice!
 


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02/20/2013 8:10AM
The Caption Contest is Musical!
Please Enter Your Comments Below
02/20/2013 8:16AM
GMO
Welcome to my lah-BOHR-a-tory and behold the spectacle of items built with genetically modified organisms! BWAH-hahahahahaha!
02/20/2013 8:37AM
Tammy A
Ooooh! A preview of one of the new characters for the reboot of Pee Wee's Playhouse!
02/20/2013 8:40AM
Gepetto
Gepetto became bored with marionettes, and wanted his next son to have a talent.
02/20/2013 8:58AM
Rob Severson
Never, EVER rub Alladin's lamp and carelessly wish to become "uniquely provocative musician created by a master craftsman".
02/20/2013 9:02AM
Rob Severson
Dr. Frankenstein's first attempts at reanimation were even more horrifying than his later work.
02/20/2013 9:11AM
Gary Charles
Uncle Strummer had quickly tired of playing with Mr. Potato Head.
02/20/2013 9:25AM
J Ho
"See, you put your weed right here."
02/20/2013 9:49AM
Todd B
What do you mean I can't play with myself?
02/20/2013 12:42PM
Steve M
What's that Mr. Uke? You wanna be a Precision Bass? Welll, I wanted to be Les Freaking Paul and look how that turned out.
02/20/2013 6:22PM
Kurt V
Although he didn't have the financial backing or tech savvy of his brother Les, Paul Paul was able to keep his shop open with investors such as Tiny Tim and Don Ho. Oh yeah,and Hasbro too.
02/20/2013 6:33PM
Kurt V
My attempts at perfecting the first electric ukelele fell short; I just couldn't find a tremolo arm that met my exacting standards
02/20/2013 6:37PM
Kurt
Hide and seek with Cookie Monster was usually not much of a challenge
02/20/2013 10:03PM
Carl
When young Richard Wagner saw his Grandpa's fun, new instrument, his mind expanded to thoughts of grand opera.
02/21/2013 4:01PM
Paul H H
Les Paul, known as the Wizard of Waukesha for his ahead-of-their-time guitar innovations, was always just a bit disappointed that his offspring, Fess Paul (pictured here in his home workshop in Cornucopia, WI), never quite achieved similar heights of guitar inventiveness.
02/22/2013 12:15PM
G.V. Parmelli
"This is the invention that got me fired from 'Captain Kangaroo' and got me busted down to blue jeans," explained a bitter and aging Lumpy Brannum.
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