(16 Jul 05)

The winner: wedrixe@netscape.net...who will receive a signed cartoon rendering of their entry:



Stu's


wedrixe

Voting Results:
Stu: 51%
wedrixe: 49%

The Runners-Up:

Man on left: "Seems to me this track-laying was railroaded through." (kayladykay@aol.com)

"Great! The one day the 6:15 is on time." (rampage1984@msn.com)

Man Standing: Betcha three to two odds that the train doesn't make it. Man Working: Hey, I was gonna give you two to one odds that it would. Caption: The darker side of 'off track' betting. (maxcel200@aol.com)

"Dammit...I knew we were going to have a problem when they went from imperial to metric....!" (cmndrnineveh@aol.com)

"Oh, Thor? Thor! Can you come HERE for a minute?" (paracletus3@earthlink.net)

Man Standing, "Take your time, my Mother-in-Law is on this train." (NITRAMXXX@AOL.COM)

'Sir, the explosives are in place and we're concealing the trap. Your revenge on Thomas the Tank Engine is finally at hand!!!' (thedraugr@yahoo.com)

"If you had been working on the railroad all the live long day instead of just singing about it, then we wouldn't be in this mess!" (jnmcda0@yahoo.com)

"A little help, here! Jimmy doesn't have a 'one-track' mind!" (paracletus3@earthlink.net)

"Hello Acme? I need 6 inches of rail and I need it delivered fast!" (rampage1984@msn.com)

Guy on left: "Quittin' time, boys! Union rules say "all the live long day" is now over!" (GrigsbyOK@hotmail.com)

"Don't worry, it'll swerve." (phil82@blueyonder.co.uk)

a: "Hey Donkey Kong! Are you going to help or what?" Caption: With their popularity waning, the Mario Brothers find employment with Amtrak. (tpanner@inorbit.com)

"Not to introduce stress issues, but our project just became a little more time sensitive." (lexkase@san.rr.com)

"Yo! Little Engine! You can't!" (GrigsbyOK@hotmail.com)

"Don't worry....considering that these tracks keep getting wider apart, it'll derail long before it gets here." (skibip@aol.com)

"Oh, good, now I see how infinity works." (kayladykay@aol.com)

A: "STOP! Hammer-time!" B: "Would you just stop saying that and help me fix the damn track?" (seoptimize@comcast.net)

"Either it's the 3:10 from Yuma or somebody's firing up their Weber grill again." (AuntShecky711@aol.com)

Remembering what happened the drunken night before with Bobs wife, Randy considers opportunity. (jsalava@charter.net)