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Satellite Cartoon 8777
Satellite Cartoon 8777: A woman with a small satellite hovering over her says, "I solved the problem of dead zones on my cell phone with a personal satellite."

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Texting Cartoon 8351
Texting Cartoon 8351: An octopus text messages, "Alert! Fisherman Near Bridge" to fish wearing ear pieces that pass by a bored fisherman. "Sea creatures make good use of Bluetooths accidentally dropped in the water."

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Phone Cartoon 8854

Phone Cartoon 8854: A kid in a red wagon holding a smart phone says to a man talking on an old clunky mobile, "Dad, I'm going to have to ask you to not accompany me to the park until you upgrade your phone."

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Cell Phone Carton 8038
Cell Phone Cartoon 8038: A kid driving while talking on cell phone who has crashed into another kid driving who's talking on a cell and says, "Hey, John! Were you just trying to get me on my cell?"

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Phone Cartoon 5584
Phone Cartoon 5584: A cop driving and talking on phone sees sign, "Speed limit, 55 words per minute."

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History Cartoon 3176
History Cartoon 3176: "Early Crank Car Phones." An old fashioned phone is on an old fashioned bumper. The car's crank also cranks the phone. 

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Indian Cartoon 3172
Indian Cartoon 3172: A Native American sits in the back of a pickup truck with a fire sending smoke signals, “Early Variations of the Car Phone.”

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Phone Cartoon 8920

Phone Cartoon 8920: When a phone booth flies out of her car and hits a motorcyclist, the woman, who has the phone cradle to her ear, says to a patrolman, "But officer, I wasn't talking on a cell phone."

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