Chronicles of EMS Caption Contest

All right all you twitter folk, I heard your call for the contest and I’m stepping up.

We’re having ourselves a little caption contest.

Mr Setla, my producer, and ninja trainer, over at the Chronicles of EMS posted some teaser photos of a brand new series in the works called Chronicles of EMS: A Seat at the Table.  This new web series is an exciting project we’re working on to open up the dialogue in our profession in a way that’s never been done before.

As a result, we’ve been testing and experimenting with topics, light and film and this photo is a screen shot of one of those tests.frumpydumples

So you’re wondering what I’m saying?  Let’s hear it.  Caption this photo.

CONTEST RULES

  • You can comment as many times as you like and offer as many entries as you like.
  • All entries must be here at the Happy Medic blog in the comments of this post.
  • I am the judge and will choose the one that makes me the happiest.
  • Entries must be made before 10 PM pacific time February 11th
  • The winning caption will be announced immediately after the premiere of the Chronicles of EMS pilot episode which airs at 5 PM Pacific on February 12th.
  • The winner will receive a Chronicles of EMS T-shirt to be supplied by me.
  • You MUST be present at the premiere or in the chat room during the premiere to claim your prize.
  • This contest is void where prohibited by law or llama, whichever comes first.
  • Foul language will not get you eliminated, but may be difficult to explain to your mother when the shirt arrives in the mail.
  • There is no cost to enter, but if you must, donate to the CoEMS cause.
  • The winner will also be invited to be a special guest on the new Chronicles of EMS:A Seat at the Table series in Northern California.  I’ll invite you, you just have to get here.
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90 thoughts on “Chronicles of EMS Caption Contest”

  1. “…and you just grab the udders with both hands, and pull from the top down. It’s not as easy as opening a carton, but it’s FAR more satisfying.”

  2. “…and you just grab the udders with both hands, and pull from the top down. It's not as easy as opening a carton, but it's FAR more satisfying.”

  3. “So I looked at the guy, and I said ‘On the one hand, I could run you into the hosital for that lump on your head. It would take up a lot of my time, and you’d take up a lot of resources at the ER. On the other hand, I could also just hit that lump with my Hazardous Materials Placards Book and flatten it out, which would be quicker and cheaper for you, and FAR more satisfying for me.'”

  4. “So I looked at the guy, and I said 'On the one hand, I could run you into the hosital for that lump on your head. It would take up a lot of my time, and you'd take up a lot of resources at the ER. On the other hand, I could also just hit that lump with my Hazardous Materials Placards Book and flatten it out, which would be quicker and cheaper for you, and FAR more satisfying for me.'”

  5. First of all, I couldn’t believe they just fell out! And since I had them in my hands anyway, OF COURSE I had to jiggle them…..

  6. First of all, I couldn't believe they just fell out! And since I had them in my hands anyway, OF COURSE I had to jiggle them…..

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