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Name That Toon: Naughty or Nice
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Cerber 5
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12/6/2016 | 3:42:14 PM
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Experienced reindeers wanted
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12/6/2016 | 1:21:34 PM
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"Thank God for Cyber Monday sales."
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12/6/2016 | 1:17:38 PM
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He's just another contractor.
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12/6/2016 | 12:55:49 PM
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"He made a list, checked it twice, and now he wants to post it on Instagram"
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12/5/2016 | 12:01:07 PM
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"He says it's just 'stocking stuffing,' but I think we're in the middle of a DDoS attack."
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12/5/2016 | 11:58:48 AM
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"The new IT guy won't let me put 'CHRIST' back in my password."
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fitzstep,
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12/2/2016 | 9:54:56 AM
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Legal scared off the whistle blower who had that cubicle before. This one -- I think he's more of a bell-ringer.
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12/2/2016 | 1:50:50 AM
Santa Deguise
Larry, from network security, has a more profound disguise every month.
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12/1/2016 | 3:35:51 PM
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"Rudolph...Blitzen...Donner....One of you has to be the password!"
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12/1/2016 | 11:51:25 AM
Name That Toon - Santa
Looks like we are going to  have to update our 2Factor auth to something other than facial scans!
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