Last week, we asked readers to submit possible captions for this picture (click to enlarge):
Let’s have a look at what our readers came up with, and vote on the finalists…
Here are the finalists for our latest caption contest, which were pretty great (a few with the most “likes” from readers in Disqus, and a few underrated captions that received the most “likes” from yours truly):
A. In forma pauperis, in the form of a hippopotamus.
B. She heard that D.C. had many feeder judges, unfortunately she’s at the wrong courthouse and lacks an understanding of what a “feeder” is.
C. Though much easier, the Where’s Elie? series of books never really took off.
D. In fairness to pro se litigants, the requirement that they file their briefs can be confusing.
E. The scales of justice have a weight limit, apparently.
F. Due to gravitational forces, Elie and Staci have merged. The combined entity still cannot go inside and practice law.
G. No shirt, no shoes, no justice.
H. With law school enrollment down, the Superior Court Judges can’t be as selective about their clerks.
I. Apparently she lost the suit.
J. Well that’s one way to get out of jury duty.
What is the best caption for this photo?
- D. (32%, 353 Votes)
- I. (16%, 175 Votes)
- C. (15%, 161 Votes)
- G. (10%, 105 Votes)
- J. (8%, 93 Votes)
- F. (7%, 75 Votes)
- A. (5%, 57 Votes)
- B. (3%, 33 Votes)
- E. (3%, 32 Votes)
- H. (2%, 21 Votes)
Total Voters: 1,104
Bodies of law like this one are why justice is blind in America. Please vote for your favorite caption in our poll, which will be open through WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern time). Thanks!
Earlier: Caption Contest: Naked Justice