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Tribune photographer Scott Sommerdorf noticed at the Utah Capitol complex there's a pad just yearning for a statue and in the spirit of this year's legislative session, he made a photo illustration of what it just might be if lawmakers had thier way. But this is an illustration in need of a caption and we invite your ideas. Submit them to cornflakes@sltrib.com and we'll reward you with something from editor Dan Harrie's political button collection.

So far, there's some pretty good frontrunners:— "Those Seagulls Are obviously Socialist Tools of the Feds - FIRE!!!"— "What the hell happened to the feral cat sculpture?"— "Utah: Home to the worlds biggest paper-weight."— "Texans say 'Don't mess with Texas.' Utahns say 'Try and mess with us."— Thomas BurrTwitter.com/thomaswburr

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