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MKolb   11/5/2013 4:03:57 PM
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Prototype TARDIS testing.

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BrainiacV   11/5/2013 3:45:28 PM
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The testing protocol declared "No cellphones" so the reading wouldn't be affected, but management wouldn't pop for a Faraday cage and thought the surplus phonebooth would suffice.

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MKolb   11/5/2013 3:30:16 PM
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It's the next NSA technology focus, holographic surveillance systems able to lock onto any phone user, anywhere!

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MKolb   11/5/2013 3:23:20 PM
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Bob was ready to test his teleportation chamber disguised as a phone booth on an unsuspecting marketing guy.

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MKolb   11/5/2013 3:19:14 PM
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I know it's big and ugly, but at least I don't have to worry about keeping it charged up.

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MKolb   11/5/2013 3:17:31 PM
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Smartphone backup plan!

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Ding! Ding! Ding!
dougalcampbell   11/5/2013 1:18:58 PM
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That's what the fox says!

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Secrets? Me?
dougalcampbell   11/5/2013 1:16:02 PM
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Honestly, dear! Why would the NSA want to listen in on me? I'm just your average, everyday nuclear geneticist with a pyrotechnics hobby!

 

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bnowak0   11/5/2013 1:07:52 PM
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"This phonebooth is just as good as any fancy-schmancy smartphone! And who needs Facebook?! Look here, I've got Phonebook!

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nickfloyd   11/5/2013 12:20:27 PM
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Testing the new iPhone 6, we're going with a retro design, an aluminum unibody and doors. This new privacy option has never been done before and will revolutionize how we use the "mobile" phone.

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