Thu, May 20, 2004
Every day we're in publication we thank Wilbur and Orville for
photographer Tyson Rininger. Here's his latest shot, which we think
sheds a whole different light on the issue of securing POTUS.
The Rules Have Changed!
With that in mind, it's time for another ANN caption contest.
This time, however, the submission rules are a little different --
there are so many submissions that it's becoming tough to go out
there and snag them all!
Send your email submission to ANN Caption Contest 05.21.04.
The subject line of your message MUST be "ANN Caption Contest
05.21.04." That makes it easier for our all-thumbs
senior editor to correlate them.
Also, make sure you include, at the very least, your first name,
last initial, hometown (or home airport) and return email address.
We won't publish the addresses.
We'll round up the responses for you in one week! Enjoy!
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