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Suzanne Butch spotted the similarities between a sit-down paddleboard and the more traditional vessel. "When Personnel has become Human Resources and Housekeeping is Environmental Services," she wrote, "canoes have become sit-down paddleboards with sides."

"Wow, a sit-down paddleboard," Steve Worden wrote. "Why didn't the native peoples think of that?"

Judy Taylor got the joke, too. "Love the humor in this one," she wrote. "Sit-down paddleboard to describe a canoe. Once again you have excelled, Czar!"

Maddi Shulman of Ann Arbor was chosen as this month's winner. She's taking her prize to A Peter James Salon.

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