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Name That Toon: Naughty or Nice
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gcfulcher
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gcfulcher,
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1/4/2017 | 10:18:37 AM
Re: Pending Review
Bah! Codebug!
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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1/4/2017 | 8:55:15 AM
Re: Caption for Naught or Nice
Caption contest is coming to a close! But you still have time to submit something and win an Amazon gift card!

 
PaulV236
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PaulV236,
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1/3/2017 | 6:46:10 PM
Caption for Naught or Nice
"Our new User & Entity Behavioral Analytics Expert keeps yelling "Naughty!" at the screen .. " 
CarolS570
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CarolS570,
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12/31/2016 | 12:47:02 PM
Name that Toon Redux
"Looks like the red team won again."
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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12/31/2016 | 12:46:02 PM
r
"They just moved his office from the roof."
CarolS570
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CarolS570,
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12/31/2016 | 12:44:03 PM
Name that Toon
Social Engineering:1   Physical Security: 0
benn3012
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benn3012,
User Rank: Strategist
12/29/2016 | 10:23:30 AM
Hating Change
I was happier when we made toys and the big guy wasn't in the workshop.
musclemachines7
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musclemachines7,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/28/2016 | 11:14:13 AM
Naughty or Nice
Hey Alice, download all Santas passcodes, and codes on all electronic gifts. 

Sure Mr Snowden getting right on it!
shineab321
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shineab321,
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12/28/2016 | 6:59:09 AM
Naughty or Nice
A: Hey buddy, who is codding for you?

B: It's (my) secret (santa).
shineab321
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shineab321,
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12/28/2016 | 6:59:09 AM
Naughty or Nice
A: Hey buddy, who is codding for you?

B: It's (my) secret (santa).
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