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Name That Toon: Return to the New Normal
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Saayas
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5/26/2020 | 2:57:03 PM
Firewalls transcend computers
Looks like corporate decided to put up new firewalls to prevent the virus
blightsey3921
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5/26/2020 | 9:53:36 AM
ewwww
You know - there are some really toxic reviews of our new software package. Maybe we should "enhance" it a bit.
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5/24/2020 | 9:26:15 AM
Re: New caption contest!
WHO FARTED?!#
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5/22/2020 | 12:45:58 PM
Cartoon caption
Ooh new wall! Now I can browse Facebook in peace!
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5/22/2020 | 11:24:48 AM
Re: New caption contest!
This is the only way my wife would let me out of the house.
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5/22/2020 | 10:54:59 AM
New caption contest!
Put on your thinking cap and enter Dark Reading's latest caption contest to win an Amazon gift card!
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