April 17, 2006

"Thriving, But Crowded Market"

Is that supposed to be funny? Somebody come up with a better caption to this:


A Chinese man rests as his colleague works at being the mascot to the newly completed IKEA Siyuanqiao store in Beijing, China, Monday, April 10, 2006. IKEA on Monday unveiled its new outlet in Beijing that will be its biggest in Asia, a seven-story, US$100 million behemoth that the Swedish furniture maker hopes will put it ahead in China's thriving but crowded market. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

This will have to tide you over until I get back next week to pick a winner.

Posted by Charles Austin at April 17, 2006 10:44 PM

The new Chinese government program to increase awareness of testicular cancer is a flop when Richard decides that he is not up for the task and refuses to join Scrotie the happy sack in the effort.

Posted by: Jon at 09:37 AM

The introduction of Gay M&M guy's did not go over as big in China as originally planned.

Posted by: Rodney Dill at 11:48 AM

These vagrants are just a heartbeat away from lock-up.

Posted by: Maggie at 04:38 PM

This is an AP caption, right? All right. . .

Two members of Beijing's official attache to the UN Committee on Human Rights contemplate the global repercussions of the Bush Administration's imperialist foreign policy on all the innocent children of the world.

Posted by: Lawrence at 08:44 PM

Gee, the Lakers bench is looking mighty thin this year...

Posted by: Mr. Right at 08:07 PM