Friday, May 7, 2010

Caption Contest

What appears to be a photograph of a lumberjack and the blindfolded hostage he took during a convenience-store stick-up is, in fact, not that at all. We at CGM know what's really going on here, but we're not saying, at least not until you've had a chance to supply your own caption to this photo. In 10 days we'll pick a winner, who will be awarded a special prize, a signed copy of Harley-Davidson Bolt-On Performance by Jerry Smith. Even if you don't have a Harley, the book would be a great tax-deductible charitable donation to your local library. Or a really cool sidestand pad.


  1. In this blind-ride test we will prove that you cannot tell the difference between a low-dollar Porsche 944 and the ultra high buck 930S when you do a bonehead move and slide it into the infield...."

    Howard Kelly

  2. He was driving the car like he drives his logging truck so I covered my eyes. I was afraid to

  3. Selena's momMay 7, 2010 at 6:09 PM

    Bob had not been fully checked out on Barf Bag deployment procedure prior to the first lap. Following protocol, Smithy (in Pendleton Kevlar jacket and official media ball cap) has stopped the vehicle to await the arrival of the Track Eduction Specialist.

  4. The yaw type skid marks on the asphalt are a red herring. What is being demonstrated is the polite and correct way of peeing beside the road by angling the car so as to gain the most amount of protection possible from prying eyes and an Indecent Exposure citation. The head covering is merely insurance, so the passenger with the weakest bladder cannot be picked from a line up at a later time.

  5. Selena's momMay 15, 2010 at 12:21 AM

    Typo in the last line of my entry should read: Track Education Specialist.