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Computer Cartoon 6990

Computer Cartoon 6990: Looking at someone whose head has been sucked into a computer another asks, "Whom should I call first? 911 or Technical Support?"

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Computer Cartoon 4806

Computer Cartoon 4806: A Chinese fellow watching beads fall off an abacus crying, "Oh no. An abacus virus!"

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Computer Cartoon 5507

Computer Cartoon 5507: The definition in a Computer Dictionary of, "OBSOLETE: Any piece of software or hardware that you bought last week for mega bucks."

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Editing Cartoon 9140

Editing Cartoon 9140: A caveman surrounded by stone tablets and chiseling on one and says to another, "I'm cutting and pasting as fast as I can."

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Mail Cartoon 8945

Mail Cartoon 8945: A mailman looking at a mailbox in the shape of a computer and a sign, "Email Only."

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Kid Cartoon 8838

Kid Cartoon 8838: A kid in front of a computer says to her father, "OK, dad, but this is the last time I'm going to show you how to set the parental controls."

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Piano Cartoon 3655

Piano Cartoon 3655: A pianist in white tie and tails dramatically plays a computer key board while music dances across the screen.

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Computer Cartoon 7497

Computer Cartoon 7497: A doctor to a patient with eyes shaped like a computer screens: “ ... and I’d suggest you take more frequent breaks from your computer.”

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Accounting Cartoon 7885

Accounting Cartoon 7885: An accountant asks a man, "Do you know what it means when all your financial statements are in red ink?" He replies, "That it's time to change the printer cartridge?"

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