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Wednesday Caption Contest: Part 116

This week's WILLisms.com Caption Contest photograph:


Here is the actual caption:
Crossroads Guitar Festival master of ceremonies actor Bill Murray appears onstage as a 70's rocker in Chicago, Saturday, July 28, 2007
You call that a caption? Give us a real one, please!

Entries will remain open until 11:59 PM, Central Standard Time, Tuesday, August 14. Submit your captions in the comments section, or email at mccracken.ken@gmail.com.

Last week's photo:

Winners from last week: 1. Hoodlumman:

Fido always had a knack for dating above his "pay grade."

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3. Elliot:

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Ronald McDonald shown here at the height of his meth addiction, two weeks before he entered rehab.

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Rocker awakes from coma after thirty-eight years, still thinks it's 1969.

(Thanks for third last week)

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Kucinich 2008 finally gets its groove on.

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Entry: Wow, Jimi Hendrix's bass player really let himself go.

FYI: That guitar that Bill Murray is playing is a Gibson SG "Fool" guitar (most likely a 2006 custom shop reissue). The original guitar was commissioned in the Beatles' psychedelic phase. Harrison gave the guitar to Eric Clapton who used it during Cream and on "Crossroads."

Quite appropriate, really, that Murray poses with it for Clapton's Crossroads Festival.

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Claiming to be the love child of Jimi Hendrix and "Melody Harmonious" (born Gretchen Kozlowski), Timmy Hendrix took to the stage at the Crossroads Guitar Festival but gave a performance that critics described as "execrable."

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You mean I'm supposed to put down the microphone and use a pick?

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John Edwards suddenly realized that his new barber and personal shopper were really plants from the Hillary campaign.


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Hey - it's 5 minutes til showtime. . time to thaw out Keith Richards.

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Cyndi Sheehan's campaign manager begins her rally with his rendition of "San Francisco."

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When Al Gore realized the whole global warming gig wasn't going to work, he decided to join a Monkees tribute band.

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The illegitimate child of Ozzy Osbourne and Don King spoke today. . . . .

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Conclusive proof: Neither John nor Paul was the walrus.

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"Pool. And a pond. Pond would be good for you."

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