(updated 12 Jul 09) 

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A Giant 'A'

The Tri-Winners:

As if texting was not difficult enough for the over 40 crowd, now look what the kids are up to. (madavis62@windstream.net)

Now we just need to find the A hole. (sahdogmom56@aol.com; mashallaha@aol.com)

The Amish perfect their own Google maps. (rsherman@netplexgroup.com; mcsestretch@gmail.com)

The Runners Up:

Exhausted, but relieved, the villagers finally immobilized the rogue letter. Still, the ominous truth loomed over the townsfolk like a cumulonimbus cloud: "Twenty-five more to go." (robtone247@yahoo.com)

Christo - the early years. (mashallaha@aol.com)

Looks like Hester Prine's making a comeback on a reality TV show. (l2893s@gmail.com)

When Andy had his penis tattooed he never expected this kind of swelling. (terdeis@shaw.ca)

The village idiots attempting to play "MapQuest: Live!" (Angeleyes1437@aol.com)

Text messaging in it's primordial stage never would have caught on. (esh3404716@aol.com)

I think these three worked together:

When faced with low turn outs to games, the cheerleading squad took a different approach. (arlenekader@aol.com)

"All right everybody, give me an A!" (edprocoat@msn.com)

"OK now...Give me a 'B'!!!" (luganrn77@yahoo.com)

Humor Me Online's, PhotoLaughs, was brought to you today by the letter "A". (madavis62@windstream.net)

Ohh, so THESE are the little people that do the graphics for GoogleMaps. (jdcoops3@aol.com)

Google maps guy in vest,"Good we got here first, RUN! here comes a huge push pin from MapQuest." (DOrr221@comcast.net)

The extreme zoom in for MapQuest. (arlenekader@aol.com)

No, no, no... you stick slot B into slot A... good help is so hard to find! (AntKitty@antics.org)

Get your big A outta here! (esh3404716@aol.com)

Sounds like . . . (esh3404716@aol.com)

That marks the spot in Canada, aye? (turtle_O_purple@hotmail.com)

This is from the pilot episode of the new reality show, Muppet Island. (edprocoat@msn.com)

Let's go fly 'A' kite! (jrgracey1@aol.com)

When Nathaniel Hawthorne fans go too far... (mcsestretch@gmail.com)

"You are here? No sh*t!" (e-merlin001@hotmail.com)

Permanent marker depicting the answer to the question, "Where do all these assholes keep coming from?" (ldolphin34@hotmail.com)

Vanna White buys the biggest vowel she can afford to display in her home town of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (retrometro@rogers.com)

God! he is such a "A-HOLE"! (syco5150@antsinmypants.com)

Henry Winkler gets set to test his new hot air balloon. (Airfarcewon@aol.com)

Apparently, nowhere really IS on the map. (motorbreath2000@aol.com)

Construction of 21st century version of Stonehenge begins just inside Newfoundland. (seeker@vcoms.net)