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infolinity
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infolinity,
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8/21/2017 | 5:19:16 PM
Name That Toon: Screen Sharing
See? I'm a Unicorn in the making! It's about time you accepted my request for a date...
Je6
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Je6,
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8/11/2017 | 6:39:29 AM
Screen Sharing
No, no, no! Have a Unix CRON do the pop-up reminders!
ChaseL123
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ChaseL123,
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8/9/2017 | 1:09:27 PM
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These pop ups are getting more annoying every year
GonzSTL
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8/8/2017 | 8:10:00 AM
Caption
I need to talk to Alice about those meds she gave me this morning.
Horsedancer
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Horsedancer,
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8/7/2017 | 5:06:34 PM
Better Quote
When Dave's autocorrect set the output filter to Unicorn instead of Unicode, things took a strange turn.
tbe33
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tbe33,
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8/4/2017 | 10:24:02 AM
Cartoon Caption
Amazon's new delivery service really is fast!
stevejennings
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stevejennings,
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8/2/2017 | 4:19:35 PM
Screen Sharing
"Windows 10 Paint 3D is awesome!"
BadReynolds
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BadReynolds,
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8/1/2017 | 3:42:17 PM
Witcher
Hey Mary, you ever heard of a game called the Witcher 3? I stumbled across some fan films, this one's even in 3D! Oh god! What are they going to do on top of it?
saak
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saak,
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7/27/2017 | 6:55:40 PM
darn Unicorn
"Jamie, the darn Unicorn is back."
criddel
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criddel,
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7/25/2017 | 1:25:59 PM
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" I think Google Doodle is getting a little out of control"
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