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Name That Toon: Something Seems Afoul
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DarkUser1234
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DarkUser1234,
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3/25/2021 | 8:24:55 AM
Cartoon
Totally brings a new meaning to "hunt and peck"
phils662
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phils662,
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3/24/2021 | 12:05:37 PM
Re: Chicken Coop
It was Marketing's idea to try to increase the number of clicks on our website.
re_esa
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re_esa,
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3/24/2021 | 9:38:20 AM
Cartoon
Impressive! That new clerk is typing at least 120 WPM!!
JimboBillyBob
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JimboBillyBob,
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3/23/2021 | 3:26:00 PM
Caption
I told the dev team more clickbait, not chick bait.
MarkPrindle
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MarkPrindle,
User Rank: Strategist
3/23/2021 | 12:13:00 PM
Cartoon
Don't blame me.  You're the jerk who asked management for "more chicks around here."
Dennyya
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Dennyya,
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3/22/2021 | 10:02:46 PM
Auto Click Typer 3.0
Wow, they really made some drastic changes in your new Auto Click Typer update.
oblivion2077
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oblivion2077,
User Rank: Apprentice
3/22/2021 | 5:36:34 PM
Home to roost
Those chickens have really come home to roost after management ignored our security concern.
1nf0s3cn3ws
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1nf0s3cn3ws,
User Rank: Apprentice
3/22/2021 | 1:39:55 PM
Something Seems Afoul
 Cartoon Caption - It's my random password generator method.  Costs chickenfeed to license.
Narbo
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Narbo,
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3/19/2021 | 8:58:50 AM
Ruffled Feathers
What I heard was, Penny just got up and ran out yelling something was about to fall.
gleduc921
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gleduc921,
User Rank: Strategist
3/18/2021 | 2:10:57 PM
Cartoon
Give them a chance, I used to be a hunt & peck typer too.
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