Greyhounds chase a rabbit during hare coursing competition at Clonmel Race Course in County Tipperary, Ireland, earlier today. (The rabbit lived, btw.) Hare coursing is the hunting of hares with dogs but the term typically refers to a sport in which the primary purpose is to judge the athletic ability. You write the cutline.
1. Elected officials chase down the last buck remaining in the taxpayers’ pocket in order to balance the budget — Jane Q. Citizen.
2. Anymouse and Dang react to the discovery of another Idaho Democrat in their neck of the woods — Side Note.
3. The silly wabbitt completely misunderstood the term “muzzle velocity” — Thom George.
HM: Bre & JBelle
For the remainder of today’s terrific cutline competition, click here.