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Name That Toon: Gather 'Round the Campfire
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xpaulg
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xpaulg,
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3/9/2021 | 2:03:13 PM
I'm bored
Fancy getting stoned tonight?
xpaulg
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xpaulg,
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3/9/2021 | 1:55:16 PM
Its so convenient
Yeah we just stopped hunting and gathering, - with the kids we just dont have the time any more.  We usually just order pizza.
xpaulg
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3/9/2021 | 1:49:38 PM
Bright spark
I keep telling him, it's the Paleolithic era, - our big chance to finally get off the grid!  But no, he can't live without facebook.
acampbell448
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3/9/2021 | 9:31:32 AM
Bedrock Hub
Wow - look at what you can get delivered at the new Amazon Hub in Bedrock!    A Firestick, some iRocks and a something called a laptop that is way better than the Tablet we have been using.....
acampbell448
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3/8/2021 | 9:45:02 AM
Starlink!
Ever since he got that Starlink Beta kit he doesn't want to talk to us anymore.......
Tempest2004
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Tempest2004,
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3/5/2021 | 10:12:50 PM
Post Technology Age
George has not accepted that the technology age has come to an end.
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3/5/2021 | 1:24:01 AM
Name that Toon: Gather Round the campfire caption.
Lexi's just checking the fire meets specifications for this years PCI-DinoSS assessment.
boyetje
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boyetje,
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3/4/2021 | 12:23:04 PM
Name that toon
Sure you have fire, but he has an i7!
dasdboot
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3/3/2021 | 10:19:15 PM
Name That Toon: Gather 'Round the Campfire
Poor Alfie, still clinging to his cryptowallet...
ChadF3
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3/3/2021 | 2:08:57 PM
Old Tech is Simpler
Your new device is too complex. Me stick with iWheel.
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