Ready for today's Beat 360°? Everyday we post a picture you provide the caption and our staff will join in too. Tune in tonight at 10pm to see if you are our favorite! Here is the 'Beat 360°' pic:
A snow figure sits on a bench January 28, 2011 in New York's Central Park. (Credit: AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA)
Have fun with it. We're looking forward to your captions! Make sure to include your name, city, state (or country) so we can post your comment.
Update: Beat 360° Winners:
CNN YouTube debate snowman gets a job, and begins his commute.
After his routine subway ride, Mayor Bloomberg sits, incognito, to observe the city's latest snowfall cleanup effort.
Republicans unveil Frosty, representing the party position on any Obama proposal.
I love watching the snow birds.
When my friens suggested that New York was a really cool city, I had no idea!
Hey all US politicians get this alternative energy legislation passed before I melt because of global warming and my freezer dont work due to power cuts.
It seems to take forever for the bus to come--it's a good thing I don't mind the cold!
What do you think of my snowpants?
Looks like someone has packed on a few pounds lately.
Mr; Can you spare some soup?
Not sure but I think my husband may have melted yesterday.
Paparattzi caught Old Frosty The Snowman resting on a park bench in Central Park because he was no longer able to hurry on his way.
Ms. White's peaceful assertion of civil disobedience for the rights of the homeless has intrigued the community while leaving local authorities frustrated and even threatening Ms. White with fines. Ms. White has vowed to continue her silent protest – while refusing to fall asleep until spring.
its gettin kind of lonley here...
– hosni mubarak
"I said I would sit here until hell freezes over..."
I got tired of just standing in Central park.
A while ago I was lying on the ground; now I'm here on this throne. Such is the story of ambition.
Hey look! A bench snowman!
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