(updated 10 Sep 06) 

Ladder Stack

The Tri-Winners:

The Rungling Brothers Circus act. (maxcel200@aol.com)

Someone should "chute" that guy. (rsherman@netplexgroup.com)

Soon to be a "Ladder Day Saint". (L1061S@go.com)


The Runners Up:

The 10,000 dollars he won on America's Funniest Home Videos was just enough to pay for the hip surgery. (tpanner@hotmail.com)

"The hell with the ladders, check out the sign! FREE GAS!!" (strontium901@juno.com; ltldollclaudia@yahoo.com; 120 others)

Man on Bottom: "I can clearly see your nuts!" (kyzka2@yahoo.com.au) Yes...the old ones are usually the most versatile.

We'll be seeing him at the hospital a little ladder on... (Airfarcewon@aol.com)

Cirque du Soliel: Moonlighting between shows. (monacof@bellsouth.net; luganrn77@yahoo.com)

"Hang on while I just go get the phone." (kyzka2@yahoo.com.au)

In an effort to stay in business, Larry and Bob try anything to distract passersby from realizing they made a mistake with their gas prices. (holtbolt@comcast.net)

Wow! This guy is actually higher than the gas prices! (bjjtoff@yahoo.com)

So, Mr. Bush, how's that border fence working out? (jaynashvil@aol.com)

At least he won't have to go far to dial 911. (w0rdsm1th@aol.com)

"Dad, is your life insurance up to date?" (ldolphin34@hotmail.com)

The guy at the bottom: "SO...what was it you said about my mother?" (jaberwock@yahooy.com)

Contestants climb to new heights this season on "Fear Factor" when the cash prize is replaced with free gasoline! (smartblonde58@yahoo.com)

The leaning tower of stupidity. (NITRAMXXX@aol.com)

Math professors shuddered in horror at the geometry-based action film "Shakes On An (Inclined) Plane" (JOSQUARD@aol.com)

Sometimes it takes two ladders for success. (Airfarcewon@aol.com)

An escape from the mental institution goes awry when Juan's addiction to yardwork takes over. (jdcoops3@aol.com)

Ironically, the man on the ladder is named Darwin. (murdoctor@aol.com)

Teetering on the brink of idiocy... we are PC tree service. (j_perreaux@hotmail.com)

Good thing he has a helper holding the ladder or O.S.H.A. might think he's an idiot. (Truckerex@insightbb.com)

Funny, but I don't remember seeing this ladder yet on any infomercial. (scice@aol.com)

Maintaining Tony Roberts' shrubbery is not an easy task. (robertellingsworth@yahoo.com)