(21 Sep 04)

The winner: ElectronicWaffle@yahoo.com...who will receive a signed cartoon rendering of their entry:

Stu's Original


Voting Results:
Stu: 50%
ElectronicWaffle: 50%

The Runners-Up:

"Can't you see, Ladies and gentlemen of the jury? This is a sign." (RasGold@cox.net)

"... as Yer Honor will note, the 'train of guilt' is chugging directly toward the accused." (monetmonet@artlover.com)

"...Ma'am,..please close your legs and remember my client is on trial for sexual harrassment....and you!!...put the mirror away!!" (allen018@aol.com)

Sign Reads: "I did it" Prosecutor: "Ladies and gentlemen, this defendant exhibits all the signs of guilt!" (arch_deceiver@hotmail.com)

"Please disregard my client's little 'I know where you live' sign." (robertellingsworth@yahoo.com; mrxsandmanx@yahoo.com)

"As you can see he's an auctioneer. About his sentence: Do I hear a bid of 6 years, 4 years, 3 years...going...going..." (maxcel200@aol.com)

"Where I ask you, in this great country, is it a crime to flip hamburgers for a living?" (marymarg27608@yahoo.com)

"Hey, I just gave a great speech people. Can't you see my client is holding up an applause sign?" (steve_medel@oxy.com)

Lawyer: "Delusional, I tell you. Look, he's impersonating Wile E. Coyote right now." (dart270@geocities.com)

"How could my client POSSIBLY be guilty?! There he is, holding the 'murder weapon'...a church fan!" (cmndrnineveh@aol.com)

"Hey, what happened to the other nine angry men?" (stan@squidworks.com)

"Now tell me, how could a guy holding a sign that says 'Innocent' possibly be guilty?" (saxonraerae7@aol.com)

"Of course they caught him red handed, he's a painter." (doc1x1@yahoo.com)

"And if you find him guilty, he's going to take that mallet and beat me just like the other 27 peop---errr oops!!" (jdcoops3@aol.com)

"That night he held the sign just like that!!!!..and then, and then.... I can't go on.... *sob*" (gastlamba@hotmail.com)