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BrainiacV   11/1/2013 12:26:27 PM
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With the phone booth occupied, Fred wondered where he could change into his Super Programmer outfit.

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BrainiacV   11/1/2013 12:30:45 PM
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Bill was confused, he had expected a TARDIS in the shape a Police Call Box instead of a Phone Booth when it magically appeared in the lab.

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BrainiacV   11/1/2013 12:33:54 PM
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New hire Jim began to question just how "state of the art" the work he had been promised would be if they still had phone booths.

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bnowak0   11/1/2013 1:12:08 PM
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Overheard during the1970's: "Yeah right, Bob. You're telling me you'll be able to fit one of these machines into your pocket one day? Dream on."

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bnowak0   11/1/2013 1:33:48 PM
"Can you hear me now?"

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To my knowlege, the NSA does not spy on Americans.
Kungfu   11/1/2013 2:46:44 PM
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To my knowlege, the NSA does not spy on Americans.

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Super enough?
jjulian274   11/1/2013 4:35:17 PM
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You answer the phone next time, Phil.  I'm tired of getting calls for super programmers to fix the healthcard enrollment system.  Now, let's unpause that "Battlefield 4"....

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Re: Super enough?
rick merritt   11/1/2013 5:24:22 PM
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Great cartoon. This will spawn some good captions!

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Don Tavidash   11/1/2013 7:05:46 PM
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I'm sick of these ghostly artifacts on my traces!  Who'm i gonna call?  GHOSTBUSTERS!!!

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Steve & the Woz with iPhone 0.0.1, circa 1978
Some Guy   11/2/2013 9:20:35 PM
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Steve & the Woz with iPhone 0.0.1, circa 1978

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