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The Bible’s whale really swallowed a little girl, more than 100 mothers vanished from Central Park, and Turkey plays a game of spike the biker.

Satire: The News in Pictures I

Welcome to “O Caption! My Caption!” Blogcritics’ examination of news, sports, and politics by utilizing the most efficient and time-saving method: looking at pretty pictures and deducing what happened based on the pixels.

Archaeologists unearthed the pristine remains of an ocean mammal and discovered the man from the Bible story, “Jonah and the Whale,” was really a small girl. The child refused to be removed and is now the centerpiece of a display at Exploration Place in Wichita, Kansas.

The mothers of over 100 infants mysteriously vanished from New York City’s Central Park and were later discovered, naked, at a base camp on Mount Everest’s north side. Davids Blaine and Copperfield are in custody as persons of interest.

A man who was seen stealing fowl from a South Asian market was assaulted by angry local merchants with flour bags filled with live chickens.

Turkish authorities, tired of reckless motorcyclists terrorizing Istanbul’s pedestrians, sentenced one daredevil to death. He and his cycle were catapulted into the air until he came to rest on the northeast spire of the Blue Mosque.

One man’s attempt to climb out of debt was met by a crane that plucked him from the side of the Lloyds Insurance building in central London and plopped him down in the custody of local officials who fined him $1,000.

Participants in a space travel program censor the center man’s attempt to showcase his genitals to the camera. The rogue participant is said to have giggled at the number of hands it took to conceal him entirely.

General Motors’ use of their bailout money to research eco-friendly vehicles is under investigation.

A rare sight was snapped by a photographer who witnessed a person using a cell phone while not driving.

About Diana Hartman

Diana is a USMC (ret.) spouse, mother of three and a Wichita, Kansas native. She is back in the United States after 10 years in Germany. She is a contributing author to Holiday Writes. She hates liver & motivational speakers. She loves science & naps.

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