OPINION: DOUBLE EXPOSURE: Bringing to light the untold - and untrue - stories behind the pictures

Jan. 27—THIS WEEK'S WINNERS

"Geology usually doesn't work this fast, class. Don't get too close — it's still hot."

CHERYL HAAKER

Albuquerque

"How do we know it's not just sleeping?"

FRANCES L. CHAVEZ

Los Ranchos

"Star light, star bright, please make this dinosaur come to life, so that we may make this world right."

LAWRENCE TALAHONGVA

Albuquerque

"Students, your lesson today is on term limits. Here is what Congress becomes when we don't have them: red, white, and very gray with big teeth."

COLLEEN AYCOCK

Albuquerque

Jimmy explains why Tyrannosaurus mcraensis should be allowed on the ballot for class president.

KEMPTON LINDQUIST

Albuquerque

"Do you think the teacher will believe us if we tell her a dinosaur ate our homework?"

JOAN NEWMAN

Albuquerque

"I wanna pet the dragon."

ROBERT WAYNE

Albuquerque

"I'd like to work here someday, but I guess it would only be a skeleton crew."

TODD TIBBALS

Albuquerque

"But Miss Gibbs, he really did eat my homework. Look, you can see him chewing it."

JOE ALEXANIAN II

Albuquerque

"No, I'm not their teacher. She's in the museum coffee shop. She offered me $50 if I would take her class around. I'm actually learning quite a bit from them."

LINDA SOLOMON

Albuquerque

"Teacher, teacher, Jimmy said they had racing stripes 'cause they race around eating people."

MARK YARNELLE

Albuquerque

"Look at his teeth. Do you think he lets his mom brush them?"

JOAN NEWMAN

Albuquerque

"I am glad they brought us here instead of to the state legislators meeting."

JOHN COLBY

Albuquerque

NEXT WEEK'S CHALLENGE

"That's what the majority party does here at the Roundhouse all session long."

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