"We will cut down that wall - And Pharma will pay! Pharma will pay!" — Peter Clark
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing presents "Funny Pharm," featuring drawings by award-winning cartoonist, Jerry King.
The winning cartoon caption will be featured on the Pharma Manufacturing website and the winner will be mentioned in upcoming enewsletters. The winner has a choice of two prizes: a coffee mug with the cartoon and winning caption printed on it OR a $20 Starbucks giftcard.
Please submit your caption to [email protected] with the subject "Funny Pharm March 2017." Thank you for your contributions!
Please note: Funny Pharma caption contests are for entertainment purposes only. Reader submissions reflect their own personal experience and opinions. Winning submissions are chosen for their humor and industry relevance; Pharmaceutical Manufacturing reserves the right to delete any entries deemed inappropriate.
When your mind is on drugs, you can be a real “cut-up” with scissors in hand. — Marvin Sager
I bet the FDA has more red tape than 3M. — Bill Russo
“I’ve got no strings to hole me down…” — Tara Bronson
So how much red tape can we cut before the building collapses?? — Kim Dunn
Nobody knows red tape like I do. We’re going to make it so much better, our red tape will win — Robert Pyke
We will cut down that wall - And Pharma will pay! Pharma will pay! — Peter Clark
"Okay guys, now let's get to work on those Finasteride side effects!" — M. J. Schaefer
“Looks like the attempt to connect the dots isn’t working quite as expected.” — Atul Deshmukh
“Let’s make a deal – you cut the red tape, we cut the prices.” — Atul Deshmukh
I know people think I'm a real grouch... oh, next I'll cut either Claypool or Mr Gottlieb. — Bill Russo
“As it turns out, the red tape was actually holding it together.” — Tara Bronson
CUTS ON THE WAY! — Kiven A. Kiersey
“Now that I’m president let’s cut out most of this red tape and see what happens” — Robert Pyke
"I’m going to cut the budget so less to make decisions, which means faster throughput, it’s a win-win." — John Wasylyk