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Pjbracer1
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9/25/2017 | 6:14:22 AM
Screen Sharing
Ive been looking for a secure an fast browser, Ive think ive found one, look its Edge!
ChrisF201
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9/20/2017 | 2:43:26 PM
Name That Toon: Screen Sharing
Jan, check this out! I found an unhackable PC.
BKULIK024
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9/19/2017 | 12:16:48 PM
Caption Contest
Don't worry, it's just Andrew in Software Development showing his power point of all the new features he's planning to add in the next release.
Jeremy@hlf
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9/18/2017 | 11:12:36 PM
Name That Toon: Screen Sharing
That sucks!! I asked for a Million bucks and they gave me a trojan horse instead!!
james.lopez@westernhome.org
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9/15/2017 | 10:21:06 AM
Name That Toon: Screen Sharing
I asked for HD and Tech Support heard 3D.
EddieCorreia01
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9/14/2017 | 7:10:32 PM
Hey Carol, can I borrow your stapler?
Hey Carol, can I borrow your stapler? 
palcivar@ammsusa.com
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9/14/2017 | 2:31:58 PM
Caption Unicorn
I knew I shouldn't have installed that Kaspersky software.
Markanzzouri940
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9/14/2017 | 1:04:35 PM
name that toon
No, Harold the day to day here is always mundane no unusual rainbows, leprechauns, or unicorns.
ccornil2
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9/12/2017 | 3:18:18 PM
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"Hello, I'd like to add you to my network on LinkedIn."
ccornil2
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9/12/2017 | 3:17:23 PM
Unicorn caption contest
"Steve, you wouldn't know a billion dollar opportunity if it were staring you in the face."
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