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4/22/2021
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John Klossner
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phils662
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phils662,
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4/27/2021 | 11:38:35 AM
The "Any Key"
He says that he has been searching the Universe for anyone who can show him where the "Any Key" is so he can continue his software install.
Dantose
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Dantose,
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4/26/2021 | 4:21:05 PM
"Please verify you are human"
Greetings earthlings. Please click here to verify you are human.
Kerblah
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Kerblah,
User Rank: Apprentice
4/26/2021 | 3:24:25 AM
Ugh, Meetings
This could have been an email...
boyetje
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boyetje,
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4/23/2021 | 8:23:43 AM
NTT
Run for the hills, he's using XP!
gleduc921
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gleduc921,
User Rank: Strategist
4/22/2021 | 5:17:23 PM
Name that toon
You give him your Netflix password, he's not getting mine!
albiestrange
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albiestrange,
User Rank: Apprentice
4/22/2021 | 5:09:41 PM
Greetings Earthling,
Please update the password for your bank account immediately!
toolmantaylor
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toolmantaylor,
User Rank: Apprentice
4/22/2021 | 4:01:09 PM
WiFi Password
Did you change your WiFi password?
Craig In IT
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Craig In IT,
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4/22/2021 | 2:54:58 PM
Name that Toon
See! No one can fix a B.S.O.D!!
kalennon
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kalennon,
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4/22/2021 | 2:27:20 PM
Name that Toon
Can I borrow your password?  I won't share it with anyone.
mjennings36
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4/22/2021 | 12:54:55 PM
Linux
See, I told you, no one understands Linux.
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