Non Sequitur “Sign-Off” contest voting begins

A couple of weeks ago, I told you about a new Non Sequitur “Sign-Off” contest (think caption contest). Wiley and Universal Uclick editors have whittled the thousands of entries to four and they’re ready for your vote.

The final entries are (in alphabetical order):
“Entrée: Vous” – M. Cameron, Austin American Statesman
“Homme Cooking” – K. Lew, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
“Today’s Special: Chopped Sir-loin” – W. Parham, The Washington Post
“Today’s Special! Manwich” – J. Dorazio, The Times Beaver Newspapers Inc. Pennsylvania

Voting is open through Friday. The winner is announced in the strip that will appear Dec. 21.

4 thoughts on “Non Sequitur “Sign-Off” contest voting begins

  1. Danae’s dad was a newspaper man so I would just end with:

    You are probably aware of this but,
    “-30-” is a traditional closing for a press release. It probably started during the Civil War when telegraphers tapped “XXX” at the end of a transmission. XXX is the Roman numeral for 30.

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