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Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest

-Aug. 16, 2013 -
Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Winners for July 22, 2013 Contest

Bill Deichler of Murphy Oil USA and Christopher Kirk Take Home the Prize!

Week: July 22, 2013 Contest

This Contest's Winners!

(See "Best of the Rest" Below)

Winner 1


Christopher Kirk

Winner 2




Bill Deichler
Murphy Oil USA, Inc.

Each winner will receive a nice framed picture of the cartoon with their winning entry and acknowledgement from SCDigest.

Every six months, SCDigest readers will vote on the best cartoon for that period among the bi-monthly winners, and that person will win a $50.00 AMEX Gift Card

This week's
Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest Winners:

HChristopher Kirk


Bill Deichler
Murphy Oil USA

Both will receive a framed copy of their cartoons and captions with recognition from Supply Chain Digest and be eligible for our semi-annual prize as voted on by readers.

A good number of entries for this contest - about 175 in the dog days of summer.

Thanks to all that

sent in their submissions.


We received about a half dozen "And the Twain Shall Never Meet" entries, and publish the first one we received, from Wil Biscardi.


See that and many other
great entries below.

Have yourself a good laugh!

Didn't make it? Don't despair - we just have far too many entries to post them all. But you will make it soon!

New cartoon on the SCDigest web site on Monday Aug. 19th.


We Need Ideas!

Have an idea for a cartoon?

We would love that too, and will give you the credit.

Send us you idea at:


Other Great Entries:


"Is this our interpretation of functional design?"


"They’ll see each other again in next year’s budget meeting."

IMI Supply Chain

"Sometimes they never come back."

Daryl Adams, CPIM
MI Windows and Doors

"Do they end up in the same place?" (almost winner)

Harry Ruska
GFS Chemicals, Inc.

"Execution is from Mars, Planning is from Venus…"

Ken McKeever
PLS Logistics Services

"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both."

Ezhil Kanagaraju

SCDigest editor Dan Gilmore took a riff on that fine entry...

"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood
And the Plan wasn’t Executed as Intended."


"There are actually a couple of crossover points, but I am not sure how well they are used."

Melanie Cooper

"…And never the twain shall meet!"

Wil Biscardi

"I understand "Planning", but "Execution" seems pretty harsh."

Ray Scott

"For some reason, the connecting door never got built."

Marly Hazen McQuillen


"You see, we got this new chief supply chain officer…"

Alan Brock



Previous Cartoon Winners


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