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Arlon Carroll
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November's Caption Contest
Arlon Carroll   11/4/2013 12:36:30 PM
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I'll take Quantum Atom-based computational methods for a $1000.00 Alex!

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November's caption contest
Monkey_noise   11/4/2013 6:42:55 AM
I said I wanted an i-phone not an old-phone!!

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Denis.Giri   11/4/2013 3:45:24 AM
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Phones now have the processing power of a Cray supercomputer... Most of them, at least...

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NoNIckName_#2   11/3/2013 6:13:12 PM
 Every Monday Wally forgets that the phone booth is really just pop art.

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NoNIckName_#2   11/3/2013 5:55:22 PM
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Dr. Who?  Dr. Who who?

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PLUGH
Some Guy   11/2/2013 9:28:44 PM
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Tech support? Yeah, we seem to be stuck in a loop. No matter what we type, the program keeps saying we're in a maze of twisty little passages, all alike.

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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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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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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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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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