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Name That Toon: I Spy
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jrpolan
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jrpolan,
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11/19/2018 | 3:29:19 PM
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"Narcissistic Security Disorder."
wfishburne
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wfishburne,
User Rank: Strategist
11/19/2018 | 2:09:24 PM
I Spy
"Looks like security answered the 'who watches the watchers' question with recursion."
Diablue
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Diablue,
User Rank: Strategist
11/19/2018 | 1:34:32 PM
Violations
I told the installers, "point the cameras where there will most likely be violations."
0xSonntag
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0xSonntag,
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11/19/2018 | 1:21:28 PM
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When AI joins Tinder
vheins63101
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vheins63101,
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11/19/2018 | 12:02:00 PM
Cops
Move along, nothing to see here.
Ratteau
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Ratteau,
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11/19/2018 | 11:21:38 AM
Who
Well that answers the how and the what, but still doesn't explain *who* watches the watchers...
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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11/19/2018 | 11:19:15 AM
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