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The Caption Contest says " Hello"

Is  it Spring already? Sure feels like it, so this week the Caption Contest wants you to reach out and touch somebody... No, not like that, like THIS:

Please give me your best caption to this photo.

PLEASE USE YOUR  NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE TO GET CREDIT FOR YOUR CAPTION.


Your deadline is Friday at 4 PM.
Have fun, be creative and as always, play nice!

















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02/01/2012 8:21AM
The Caption Contest says " Hello"
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02/01/2012 8:36AM
Anne U.
Alexander Graham Bell's grandchildren illustrate how telephones (and humans) evolved since Granddad's times.
02/01/2012 8:46AM
judy c
here it comes...waiting for it...waiting...waiting...ZZZZZZ_!!!(You know how fashions eventually come back??? )
02/01/2012 9:13AM
Tami
Sales for the very first portable phones were decidedly abysmal
02/01/2012 9:18AM
Will F
Steampunk Singularity!
02/01/2012 9:20AM
Kraig
Can you hear me now?
02/01/2012 9:26AM
Kraig
Passage of the company patriarch has really put the Apple design team into a funk. Its retro EyePhone and wired headset have turned off consumers and investors alike.
02/01/2012 9:27AM
Todd B
David Lynch's followup to Eraserhead was not received well by critics.
02/01/2012 9:28AM
Beth
We can never get these dang things to work for us!
02/01/2012 9:36AM
Parmelli
Don't call us...we WILL call you...
02/01/2012 9:39AM
Parmelli
"One ringy-dingy...OWW!...two ringy-dingies...OWWWW!!...For the love of God, won't someone disconnect these infernal things?!!"
02/01/2012 9:47AM
Kerry
At the class reunion, these two prove how phoney they still are.
02/01/2012 10:07AM
kvanorsdel
You don't need those fancy smartphones. This is how you make a facebook post with a rotary phone kids!
02/01/2012 10:15AM
Marc Borland
At one time molecular biologists were involved in early cell phone development. This was later abandoned for today's system of cellular Towers.
02/01/2012 1:53PM
BrianP
Such is the result of the Baby Bell mergers.
02/01/2012 6:41PM
Geno
Stay connected with U.S. Skullular
02/01/2012 6:47PM
Bup
He finally meet the gal that was on his 2 party line .
02/01/2012 7:50PM
John C.
This is why all of the call centers moved to India.
02/01/2012 7:58PM
John C.
Why am I paying $2.99 per minute for this?
02/02/2012 8:38AM
Kelley
Maude: "I'm always wondering where you are, and you NEVER call! A phone call would have been nice!" George: "I tried to call! A million times, and couldn't get through! Look at my face!"
02/02/2012 8:43AM
Jeri J
So glad we've evolved to bluetooth
02/02/2012 9:41AM
Gary Charles
Do you have that ringing in your head too?
02/02/2012 11:45AM
Tammy A.
First attemts to combine portable phones with Haute Couture, didn't ring anyones bells.
02/02/2012 12:59PM
Steve
Headphones.
02/02/2012 1:00PM
Steve
This is why I never joined the Rotary Club.
02/02/2012 1:00PM
Steve
Jerry is so phoney.
02/02/2012 1:01PM
Steve
I am so hung up on you.
02/02/2012 1:03PM
Steve
Carl finally asked me to wear his ring.
02/02/2012 1:05PM
Steve
Honey, you have little something on your face...
02/02/2012 1:08PM
Steve
This happened to us at our bookclub.
02/02/2012 1:09PM
Steve
Holy Cow! Over 20 caption entries and not one attempt at political humor!
02/02/2012 1:26PM
Jeff
Alright Steve how about this. "Modern campaigning the easy way - Robocall!"
02/02/2012 1:28PM
Jake
We used to be 'Married to the Mob', now we're 'Epoxied to Our Phones.'
02/02/2012 1:30PM
Jeff
Sports Illustrated gives you a football phone, well here at People magazine you a a person phone!
02/02/2012 1:32PM
Jeff
should have said "we give you a person phone1"
02/02/2012 1:56PM
Steve
That head-wear should be recalled.
02/02/2012 1:58PM
Steve
Beatrice and Eugenie plan their hats for Prince Harry's wedding.
02/02/2012 5:07PM
Kurt
I don't remember your name but your face sure rings a bell
02/02/2012 5:17PM
Steve
Kurt wins! Kurt wins!
02/02/2012 8:04PM
Geno
You had me at; "Hello. Have you ever thought about bundeling your phone service?"
02/02/2012 10:04PM
James S.
Brain cell phones.
02/02/2012 10:07PM
James S
The tinnitus support group met every Friday.
02/02/2012 10:13PM
James S.
We got tired of waiting by the phone.
02/03/2012 9:35AM
Tami
Finally,Ted and Barbara found a way to disconnect the voices in their heads...
02/03/2012 9:47AM
judy c
Oh, you like my ear "rings"!!!
02/03/2012 9:56AM
Mary B
Good luck picking a winner Gabby...some of these are Hysterical!!!
02/03/2012 10:45AM
Kraig
After deregulation by the SEC, competition among phone carriers was rather "heady."
02/03/2012 11:03AM
Kraig
Helen regarded Roger as nothing more than a mouthpiece for another faceless industrial conglomerate.
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