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Moment Cartoon Caption Contest

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In each issue, we publish a cartoon drawn by The New Yorker‘s cartoon editor Ben Schwartz. Suggested captions for this cartoon must be submitted as a comment (“reply” at the bottom of this page) by February 15, 2016. Finalists will appear in the March/April issue. To vote for the winner of the November/December 2015 contest (see finalists above), use the “vote form,” below. To view Moment‘s past Cartoon Caption Contest winners and finalists, click here.

Vote For Your Favorite Cartoon Caption

Vote for the winner of the November/December contest! The winner will receive a free subscription to Moment to give to a friend. Any U.S. resident age 18 or older can enter.

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  1. Gerald Lebowitz

    “These sarcophaguses date back to the days of the Bush dynasty.”

  2. William Agress

    “I said I needed costumes for the Mummers Parade, not the Mummys Parade!”

  3. The Board of Directors are in D’Nile.

  4. We would have gotten away with it, if it weren’t for those meddling Auditors.

  5. Robert Zahler

    Please tell them to join me for prayer.

  6. “When I was recruited they told me a ‘Golden Sarcophagus’ was company jargon for the golden parachute.”

  7. Martin A. Schechter

    “They call it the curse of the Yiddisha Mummy.”

  8. William Agress

    “The law firm of Tut,Tut, and Tut has always been proud of its founders. “

  9. William Agress

    “This is not just another pyramid scheme.”

  10. “I think I’ve got the inside track.”

  11. “Sir here are the caption contest replies.”

  12. Feigue Cieplinski

    These are the signatures to support Moses petition to let my people go.

  13. Jonathan Gleich

    As a cost cutting measure in the future, we will just hang paintings of former CEO’s

  14. File it under Pharaoh Edsel.

  15. “Do you think there’s paperwork after death?”

  16. We mummify our clients to protect their identity for all time!

  17. William Agress

    ” We couldn’t afford cryogenics.”

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