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Poll: Vote for the caption best describing this mediation between a farmer and his cow

After narrowing the cartoon contest entry list, these are the three staff picks. Now it’s your turn to vote for the winning caption that will appear in an upcoming issue of the ABA Journal. Read the post and add comments here.

  • 29.93% -- "Yes, COLD HANDS is a valid complaint under current OSHA regulations." (1335 votes)
  • 38.35% -- "She believes you've been milking her for all she's worth." (1711 votes)
  • 31.72% -- "We agree old MacDonald had a farm and that on his farm he had a cow. What we need to settle is in subparagraphs E.i., E.i. and o." (1415 votes)

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