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'Caption Contest' #6 - With Rule Changes - Ends Tuesday Evening 2-3-09 At 9PM EST

 I found this unknown skydiver pic while going thru my dad's stuff for the tribute I put together to mark his passing away.  He always thought that 'bat wings' would be the perfect way to mix skydiving and flying.  The modern version of 'wing' suits has finally proven the concept to work, and to be off-the-scale extreme.

 Seems like we can come up with some wacky captions for this pic!  The winner will get $20 in AirPigz Bucks (info coming soon on what that will get ya).  Remember that submissions end at 9pm EST on Tuesday and then voting for the winner ends at 9pm EST Wednesday.

 Note the underlined rule changes:

1) Max of 2 submissions per person  
2) Submissions go in 'comments'    
3) Game ends Tuesday at 9pm EST 
4) Keep it clean!

 Then, anyone who wants to cast their vote will be able to right after the 9pm Tuesday deadline.  The voting will be open for 24 hours, til 9pm EST Wednesday.  The winner will then be posted within an hour of the end of the voting : ) 

 PLease be as funny and creative as you can (without crossing any lines that shouldn't be crossed) and remember, this is fun!


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