Caption this.

Go on. You know you want to.

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AHHH! Caption this!

I’ve been a bad blogger.

Though it’s a rare occurence that I have anything of import, substance, or good taste to say, at least I usually try to say…you know…something on a semi-regular basis. Where the heck have I been this week? I guess “work” is the best excuse. Day job, writing at night, kid stuff, and so on. I’m trying to get back into the swing of things, but it’s been a rather hectic week so far.

See?

“They’re here already! You’re next! You’re next!”

Caption away.

Caption This: Comic-Con Flashback Edition!

Found this on the ‘net the other day. Yep, that’s me and Kevin, sitting alongside the one and only Wil Wheaton for a Star Trek panel at Comic-Con in San Diego back in 2008. The panel focused on how Trek was continuing to provide new stories in book, comic, and game form, all while we were waiting for the next movie. Judging from our expressions, I likely was saying something to the audience that only I found amusing, while Wil and Kevin talked about something way cooler.

(For those wondering? Yes, Wil Wheaton was and is a very cool dude.)

So, your mission–should you choose to accept it–is to tell the rest of us what you think I was saying here, because I sure as Hell don’t remember.

Go.

Caption this.

Why? Because it’s Monday, my brain is fried, and I’m unable to come up with anything resembling an interesting blog topic for the day. I’ll be back tomorrow, yammering on about the 20th anniversary of yet another “guilty pleasure” action flick, but for now? Behold, ponder, and caption…this:


Example: TSA often increases random additional screenings during peak travel periods.


Next?

What’s Dayton writing in the book?

Found this picture while cleaning up my mailbox. It’s from the “Meet the Pros” party at the Shore Leave convention back in July. I was signing a copy of Gods of Justice, the superhero anthology which bought and published one of my short stories, and which I’d only obtained earlier in the day just prior to the start of the convention. I was rather pleased with how the book turned out, and was even more thrilled when a fan wanted to actually…you know…buy one. I think Kevin took this pic at my request while I was signing.

Anyway, it just sort of begs for a caption, doesn’t it? So, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to theorize what I might be writing in the book:

Should you or any member of your team be caught or killed by my editor, I will disavow all knowledge of your actions.

Carry on, boys and girls.