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12/11/2013
11:06 AM
John Klossner
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Name That Toon, Win a Prize

We provide the cartoon. You write the caption.
We provide the cartoon. You write the caption.

Submit your caption in the comments, and our panel of experts will reward the winner with a $25 Amazon gift card. If you don't want to enter a caption, help us pick a winner by voting on the submissions. Click thumbs up for those you find funny. As always, editorial comments are encouraged and welcomed.

Click here for contest rules. For advice on how to beat the competition, check out How To Win A Cartoon Caption Contest (Tech Version) . The contest closes Jan. 5.

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tfreeburger958
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tfreeburger958,
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3/7/2014 | 12:00:04 PM
Cartoon Contest
Dad wants tomke sure it isn't Billie Bob Thornton !
dw_ship
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dw_ship,
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1/3/2014 | 7:43:14 AM
Identity
If Santa is really someone we know, this will prove it.
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dw_ship,
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1/3/2014 | 7:40:21 AM
Christmas Wait
The anticipation is killing me! Tell me again, why did dad install these security checks?
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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1/2/2014 | 9:12:15 AM
Three days left to enter your caption!
The competition is pretty stiff, but there is still time to enter a caption for our cartoon caption contest. First prize -- $25 Amazon gift card. Plus, the winniing caption will be penned by cartoonist John Klossner and republished in Information Week! The competition ends January 5 so keep the captions coming until then!
jgherbert
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jgherbert,
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12/30/2013 | 4:16:12 PM
Caption
Santa wasn't quite sure why the children believed he only had four fingers.
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jgherbert,
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12/30/2013 | 4:10:21 PM
Caption
Santa registered for TSA Pre-Check this year so he could avoid the millimeter wave scanners. Evidently he was worried about the scanner operators seeing his sack.

 

 

I'll get my coat...
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dw_ship,
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12/30/2013 | 11:54:09 AM
Sneak Peek
Next year, we should put in a bag scanner too.
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dw_ship,
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12/30/2013 | 11:51:56 AM
No Imitations
Only the REAL Santa will be able to pass THIS security.
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dw_ship,
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12/30/2013 | 7:20:11 AM
Busted
Once and for all, we will discover who he really is.
pr627
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pr627,
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12/28/2013 | 2:13:24 PM
3FA
"Wait Santa, you need to use your card and PIN also"...
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