Caption Contest Winners

The Dig If You Will The Picture Caption Contest has concluded.

Top Five Entries:
5. “If we push this button, my donation to defeat Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell will be sent right from my new phone!” – RG
4. “My hands are smaller than yours ma’am. Do you want me to take the picture?” – Metoo
3. Aunt Bea: “Wait until Opie sees this selfie! He’s so liberal these days, he’ll tear out all that’s left of his hair!” – TXNick77
2. Trump: “Ma’am, I’ve seen so much destruction & sadness, it’s hard to smile for a pic. Can you give me a reason to smile?”
Lady: “Hillary lost”
Trump: Grin! – MelP

WINNER! – Trump carjacks and assaults storm victim. This is CNN. – Toothy

Weekend Caption Contest

Dig If You Will the Picture Caption Contest
(Source: Reuters)

Caption this photo in the comments section. The winners will be posted Monday, September 11th.

Original Caption: President Donald Trump poses for a selfie with an unidentified resident waiting in a relief supply drive-thru during a visit with flood survivors and volunteers in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas, Sept. 2, 2017. (Photo: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)

Pray For Texas

Hurricane Harvey battered southern Texas this weekend leaving several dead, and hundreds evacuated.

Initially a Category 4 hurricane, it is the strongest to hit the United States since Wilma in 2005 where 64 people died and £24billion worth of damage was caused.

Among the worst hit places were the cities of Corpus Christi and Rockport, where one person died and rescuers were expecting to find more bodies. But as the intensity of the winds petered out, officials have warned that the coming days will see intense rainfall that could see large swathes of Texas submerged.

The National Hurricane Center has said that “catastrophic flooding” over the next few days is expected — after nine inches of rain was deposited last night alone.

And in a bizarre and terrifying warning, authorities told of the threat of alligators roaming residential areas. The killer reptiles are being lifted and moved by rushing flood waters from their natural habitats and being dumped on streets.

As if the flooding wasn’t enough. To my Texas readers, good luck, and please be safe.