(9 Jul 03)

The winner: BikeMike101@aol.com...who will receive a signed cartoon rendering of their entry:



Stu's Original


BikeMike101

Bravenet's poll site is down for construction...we will get the voting box back up as soon as possible.

The Runners-Up:

"'Get scrod,' Mr. Shark? That's the first time I've heard that word in the pluperfect subjunctive." (MooseSpeak@earthlink.net)

"ALRIGHT! I ate the boy. But fish sticks make up 50% of a 3rd graders diet. I DON'T SEE THOSE BRATS ON TRIAL!" (BikeMike101@aol.com)

Hey, look. A lone shark! (tphyll@aol.com)

"Well, I knew they wouldn't open their door if I knocked and said who I really was, so I use to knock and say .....Candygram!" (TZMAC@aol.com)

"I hate it when one of the lawyers smells blood on cross examination." (edberger@aol.com)

"Objection, your honor! Counsel is baiting the witness!" (MooseSpeak@earthlink.net)

"As your lawyer, I advise you to plead the fish amendment!" (MrglsJon@aol.com)

"Holy MACKEREL! You'll be in jail to a TUNA 10 years." (Live12965@aol.com)

Because he normally worked in civil cases, Stan was like a fish out of water trying to defend this loan shark. (kidproton@hotmail.com)

"Divorce huh? Well, there's plenty more people on the land" (SSJskittle@msn.com)

"The prosecution will prove that the defendant has been engaged in unfair lending practices." (MooseSpeak@earthlink.net)

Something's fishy about this week's cartuna -- er, cartoon. (junkmailmagnet42@aol.com)

"Furthermore, the defendant is well schooled in baiting and reeling in his victims ..... who fall hook, line and sinker ........" (TZMAC@aol.com)

"Hey... aren't you Bruce that wuss shark from the Disney flick Finding Nemo?" (Jeriandgeo@aol.com)

"Permission to treat the witness as a hostile witness, your honor" (FreeLooseDirt@sbcglobal.net)

"You see, your honor, my client's teeth don't match the victim's wounds. ......If the teeth don't fit, you must acquit." (rem7202@aol.com)