March 30, 2006

Hey, I Can See Right Through Their Thobes

It's time for another Caption Contest (#7).


A veiled Jordanian woman uses a special filter to view a partial eclipse of the sun in the Jordanian capital of Amman March 29, 2006. (Ali Jarekji/Reuters)

Contest will last until Tuesday.

Posted by Charles Austin at March 30, 2006 07:46 PM

"Oops, it's my husband! Maybe if I put on these shades he won't recognize me!"

Posted by: McGehee at 08:43 PM

Recently-freed hostage, Jill Carroll, announced plans to release her tell-all book, "Baghdad - Through My Eyes", in 2007.

(N.B. She's now fair-game.)

Posted by: Maggie at 07:34 AM

The future's so blighted, I gotta wear a chador.

Posted by: charles austin at 05:50 PM

Sort of a reverse Lone Ranger look. I like it dahlink.

Posted by: charles austin at 05:51 PM

"Can you SEE me now? ....Can you SEE me now?"

Posted by: Maggie at 07:03 AM

1. Doctor my eyes have have seen the years and the slow parade of fears without crying. Doctor, my eyes cannot see the sky. Is this the prize for having learned how not to cry?

2. The proper protection for moviegoers who are seeing Basic Instinct 2.

3. The latest fashion in terrorist chic - ultra cool shades.

Posted by: Kevin Murphy at 12:33 PM

The ever-vigilant paparazzi afford us a rare glimpse of Michael Jackson out for a stroll near his new children's petting zoo in Bahrain.

Posted by: Mr. Right at 02:52 AM