Friday, May 1, 2009

Caption Contest VII

Write a caption for the above photo using the comments.

Here's our try: One of Metro's more alluring characteristics is its mystery.

Previous caption contests:
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Photo: japharl

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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

You could wait an eternity for a late night Metro.

Timothy said...

Metro: we'll come when we feel like it.

Let's get Metro Fixed said...

That's a good one.

Anonymous said...

nt cmng anytm sn

randallyo said...

Metro's new key to customer satisfaction is lowering expectations.

Anonymous said...

We couldn't fit 3 digits on there, so we opted to just leave it blank.

Erikk said...

Bill Smith, the employee hired by Metro to manually replace the signs indicating minutes till train arrival, was fired today.

Erikk said...

Bill Smith, the employee hired by Metro to manually replace the signs that indicate minutes till arriving trains, was fired today, leaving most stations in chaos.

FrankTownend said...

In a further example of Metro's innovative cost cutting measures, sale of minutes to the San Francisco BART may have sounded like a good idea at the time.

FrankTownend said...

The new Metro General Manager felt the flashing lights were "good enough" as an indication of when the train was arriving.

Anonymous said...

Metro: Failing to provide service for your revenue for the past decade.

Rebecca said...

Metro: Getting you nowhere fast.

rspeed said...

In recognition of the new Star Trek film, Metro Rail is pleased to announce that all tunnel entrances will be equipped with temporal distortions.

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