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Name That Toon: Screen Sharing
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"This is why we use tabs instead of spaces, Carol. This is why."
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5/27/2017 | 12:28:29 PM
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Forget ransomware, this email attachment almost took my eye out!
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Some of the bugs in this new screen sharing software are really getting hard to believe. Is that a...
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"I've seen worse.  Last week Tim had a dragon."
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"I think we should hire this one."
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This is a secure windows pc.
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Here is what the client expects us to develop...
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Janice, I think I've got a message from the code father!
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