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Name That Toon: Naughty or Nice
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dspyros
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12/8/2016 | 12:43:43 PM
New guy...
I heard the new guy has already submitted is vacation request for the entire last week of December and he's not returning until mid January!
ANON1248968898543
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ANON1248968898543,
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12/8/2016 | 11:05:08 AM
Name That Toon: Naughty or Nice
Our new network security system is so good, Santa has to come here to check our browser histories.
dritchie
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dritchie,
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12/7/2016 | 4:46:16 PM
Name that Toon
So...are we supposed to be the elves or the reindeer?
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12/7/2016 | 4:07:16 PM
Naughty or Nice
"Says his name is Claus. I'm not buying it. That beard doesn't look real... "
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ChrisGlitz,
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12/7/2016 | 12:21:10 PM
COOKIES
"Yeah, my cookies were deleted too!!"
ChrisGlitz
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ChrisGlitz,
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12/7/2016 | 12:19:02 PM
SANTA SCAN
"I'm still trying to determine who ran that christmas tree scan on our network"
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wiesenh,
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12/7/2016 | 11:27:32 AM
Caption
Ever since drone shipping he's had time to moonlight for extra cash.
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bitcointel,
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12/7/2016 | 11:05:35 AM
Cartoon
"We heard that Billy Bob Thornton took his job at the mall."
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Thorn12,
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12/7/2016 | 9:27:32 AM
Scrooge
"Merry Cybermas, ya filty scammer"
Thorn12
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Thorn12,
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12/7/2016 | 9:24:57 AM
Santa's Checklist
He's checking the darkweb twice to find out who's been naughty than nice. 
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