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The Caption Contest says Tanks for Playing!

Wow! it's Wednesday already. Don't you LOVE the short work weeks? And now it's caption day!

Please give me your best caption to this photo. The winner WILL receive FABULOUS prizes!!!
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DEADLINE IS FRIDAY @ 4 PM.




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05/30/2012 8:36AM
The Caption Contest says Tanks for Playing!
Please Enter Your Comments Below
05/30/2012 9:01AM
Tammy A.
Use of the new organic tanks had to be discontinued when entire tank crews were continuously in the infirmiry for splinters. Inventor Elle Woods said, "I'm shattered by this news."
05/30/2012 9:10AM
Todd B
I don't think you are understanding the concept behind the Trojan horse.
05/30/2012 9:14AM
Marc Borland
That whole Iron Age is so overrated.
05/30/2012 11:54AM
Janet Murray
You know you're in Wisconsin when you see a tank like this carved from a giant hunk of cheese!
05/30/2012 6:47PM
Kraig
An abundance of weed and spare time, combined with a penchant for woodworking - a deadly combination.
05/31/2012 8:44AM
G.V. Parmelli
The end of a typical schoolday,and parents wait patiently for their children at the gates of the playground of the Ted Nugent Elementary School.
05/31/2012 9:03AM
Angie B.
Lincoln Logs for the ADD children. Squirrel!
05/31/2012 12:55PM
Philip P.
"You can't be serious, Jim," uttered Allen, his bright yellow Polo shirt resplendent in the noonday sun. "This cannot be the Pentagon's new weapon in the War on Termites!! Call the President! Now!!"
05/31/2012 10:09PM
John C.
Pinocchio's lies finally caused Geppetto to snap.
05/31/2012 10:16PM
John C.
It's a fine war machine, let's just hope Al Qaida doesn't have a book of matches.
06/01/2012 9:44AM
Jeff J.
I sold Scott Walker to Wisconsin so I see no reason I can't sell this to the Pentagon.
06/01/2012 11:04AM
Dana G.
After years of brutal, senseless slaughter at the hands of the paper manufacturers, the trees would have their revenge...
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