Gov. Jerry Brown, out pushing his tax plan in Stockton on Thursday, hit the playground at the elementary school where he spoke.
Can a Capitol Alert Caption Contest be far behind?
In a photo posted on Twitter by Brown's press secretary, Gil Duran, the 73-year-old governor appears to be launching a wide-open, three-point try. Or demonstrating some yoga-based pose with an exercise ball.
Duran said in a Twitter post accompanying the photograph that Brown "took care of some important business on the courts."
No word if he made it.
For those of you new to Capitol Alert's caption contest (or those who need a refresher), here's the deal:
1. Look at the picture. (Click on it to make it larger)
2. Write a caption.
3. E-mail it to us.
When sending in submissions, feel free to request anonymity. Only those willing to have their real names published, however, can win the grand prize: a $25 gift certificate to a capital coffee shop. (Entrants who caffeinate outside the Sactosphere can opt for a Starbucks gift card.)
Entries are due by 11:59 p.m. on Monday April 18. Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feel free to send in multiple entries. Sometimes you don't hit your first shot.
Photo: Elizabeth Ashford/Office of the Governor
Editor's Note: This post was originally published on 4/15/11.