Scott Hardie | June 1, 2003
After putting it off for a few weeks for lack of time, the weekly "photo captions" part of TC is active. Click on the panda in the upper-right to get started. Enjoy!

I'll collect five photos from the news each week, usually at least one political in nature (because I think those provide the best opportunities for good captions). If you want to suggest a certain photo to me, just send me the link; maybe I'll use it. TC will be updated on Sunday nights from now on, along with the goo game.

Scott Hardie | June 2, 2003
On a TC-maintenance-related note, my apologies to Jeff, Erik, Mike, Wendy, Daniel, and Nadine. Your "recents" weren't working until just now. My mistake.


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