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Caption Contest Winner: Picking a Winner?

With over 100 submissions, it was hard to nail the most fitting caption…

We kicked off the HUMAN EVENTS caption contest with your chance to win $50 for the wittiest phrase. With over 100 submissions, it was hard to nail the most fitting caption, but

Tom Rowan of Naples, Florida stood out to each of our six judges.

Rowan’s caption: "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue."

Rowan and each weekly winner’s name will be printed in the HUMAN EVENTS print edition as well.

Look for the next caption contest this Monday and send your best captions to CaptionContest@eaglepub.com before noon on Thursday.

Here’s the picture that won Rowan $50 from HUMAN EVENTS:

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