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Welcome to the News & Record’s “Jokes on You” page. Here is this week’s cartoon for your caption consideration, and last week’s cartoon and entries for you amusement (see below). Feel free to post comments and ask questions.

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And as always, please, no wagering.

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Please remember to put your name on your entry! (If you’re a junior --- age 13 and under --- also remember to include your school or age.)

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A FAVOR …

Due to an “upgrade” (why are they even called that?) to our email system, I’ll have to ask everyone who sends by email to make sure your text is formatted as “plain text,” as opposed to HTML text or Rich text.

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Next cartoon: Last week’s cartoon was the caveman in HR. Next week’s cartoon - the one you’ll be writing captions for – is the lock and key.

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WINNER

“Do you have any other skills besides ‘can make fire’?”

Nancy Stevens, Jamestown

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RUNNERS-UP

“I've never seen a hand-carved resume before.”

Bill Wallace

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“Your lack of vocabulary makes you perfect for our customer help line.”

Roy Forrest, Whitsett

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“I see you‘re good at grunt work.”

David Core, Greensboro

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“I’m sorry, we don‘t have any openings for a fire starter.”

Joey Pellino, Reidsville

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“Where do you see yourself in 5,000 years?”

Brandon Breeze, Greensboro

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“Wow, inventor of fire, very impressive!”

Tony Bean, Danbury

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“Your supervisor reports you’ve been drawing on the walls again!”

Debbie Meurs, Greensboro

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“Now about the dress code.”

Lee F Richmond, Jamestown

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HONORABLE MENTIONS (also getting a vote from the judges)

“We’d prefer you to e-mail co-workers instead of drawing pictures on the walls.”

Bill Wallace

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TIM’S PICK(S) My picks don’t mean what should have won, or gotten a runner-up, it’s just to spotlight what I think are good but over-looked captions.

Fire, writing, the wheel, walking upright-  that's really quite a resume!

Mike Perry, Eden

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"So you are willing to relocate to another cave?"

Jonathan Sparrow, Greensboro

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So, you can 'carve' 50 words per minute?

David S. Crawford, Greensboro

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“On your resume’ you drew yourself killing a mammoth.”

Tim Tribbett

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Your date of birth needs to be more specific than "stone age."

Rick Huebner

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JR. WINNER

Our dress code doesn’t include mammoth

Ethan Reese, 10, Lexington

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JR. RUNNER-UP

Your application says MurgeAarAAA. Is that right ?

Ethan Reese, 10, Lexington

(Yeah, I know it’s the same kid – but I like both of these, so there!

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THE REST

"Wow, your knowledge of history is quite impressive."

David D., Winston Salem 

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"Pardon my ignorance but what exactly is a hunter/gatherer?"

David D., Winston Salem 

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 “I'm sorry sir but ever since they opened that Publix, we haven't had any use for hunter/gatherers."

David D., Winston Salem 

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"What can you tell me about the fire in the employee breakroom?"

"Due to wardrobe issues, your work schedule will be limited to Fridays only."

"We may have a slot for you in our insurance subsidiary."

"Barring a nuclear holocaust, we're not looking for someone with superior hunting and gathering skills."

"We could use someone like you to help with the grunt-work around here."

"Under 'Hobbies', you list hunting wooly mammoths?"

"You need emergency leave because your wife was mauled by a saber-toothed tiger?"

"I'm not good at interpreting pictographs, so this may take longer than usual."

"So your biggest accomplishment was surviving the Ice Age?"

"You really are old-school."

"I'm confused - did you receive the Bronze metal or medal?"

"Under 'Clubs', you say several. Can you be more specific?"

"The only blemish on your record is an unexcused absence during an eclipse."

"You misunderstood - we're starting you out in the file-room, not the fire-room."

"Your motto is 'Speak softly and carry a big stick.'?"

"The gap in your employment during the Ice Age is understandable."

"The reference from your previous employer mentions pyromaniac tendencies. Can you elaborate on that?"

"We're consultants for animal-rights groups, so I hope that's faux-fur you're wearing."

"You're going to be the face of our new men's cologne, Iron Age."

"When I said I expected you to light a fire under our staff, I didn't mean it literally."

Bill Wallace

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"Fire?"  Haven't you discovered what that means?

Martha Eakes

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" So you are willing to relocate to another cave?"

Jonathan Sparrow-Greensboro

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"We appreciate your enthusiasm, but can you tone down the Yabba-dabba-doos?"

"It appears most of your experience is in acting, Mr. Flintstone."

"Since you haven't evolved in the way we hoped, we're terminating your employment."

"We're putting you in charge of our man-cave remodeling division."

"This should come as no surprise since you probably saw the writing on the wall."

"We're here today to address your Neanderthal-like behavior."

"We'd prefer you to e-mail co-workers instead of drawing pictures on the walls."

"Due to your skills with a club, you'll be the CEO's personal bodyguard."

Bill Wallace

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It seems you have no prior experience.

I see there's a 6,000 year gap in your job history.

You have no experience and a only a basic grasp of language; you should be in politics.

Brandon Breeze, Greensboro

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Are you able to adapt to change?

Where do you see yourself in 5,000 years?

Brandon Breeze, Greensboro

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Chequilla Davis, Greensboro

Ok Sir do you have any real life experience?

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"Your skills are remarkably unique!"

John Koppel

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"How long have you been in the job market?"

John Koppel

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"Wow - your SSN is 000-00-0001!"

"You're the only applicant with 'B.C.' after their birth year."

"So you were the head architect on the Stonehenge project?"

"Well, we don't have dinosaurs now, but taxis can be more dangerous."

"Is this resume printed on papyrus?"

"I've never seen a hand-carved resume before."

"Carbon-dating verifies that your age is correct as listed."

"As a teen, you worked at the original Jurassic Park?"

"You are truly a man of the ages - Stone, Bronze, Iron, Ice

Bill Wallace

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"Ironically, this public-relations position requires you to wear a dinosaur costume."

"If you can stand still for long periods, the museum needs someone for their Jurassic display."

"You'd be a natural for this Walter Matthau bio-pic."

"Congratulations! You're now an official tour-guide at Mammoth Cave in Kentucky

Bill Wallace

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1. Ok, is that Mr. Ugg?

2. Yeah, don't know how many hunter/ gatherer jobs we have!

3. Let's see, expert with a spear, and former Mammoth wrestler.

4. Wow, inventor of fire, very impressive!

5. So, good with a axe, wood and fire, I'm thinking maybe cook or lumberjack!

Tony Bean, Danbury

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People are beginning to complain about you coming to work naked on Casual Friday!

Welcome to the company, Tag!  You're our new anesthesiologist!

Grog- would you like to transfer from file clerk to motivational manager for this company?

Thag- can you carpool to work?  Your brontosaurus takes up 87 parking spaces!

Mike Perry, Eden

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 “Starting Halloween in September Dave? Really?”

Tim Tobey, Greensboro

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"Says here John, you don't get along with others, what's up Buddy?"

"Invented the Wheel, pretty impressive, John"

R.S. Wennberg, Greensboro, NC

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"Interested in Pyrotechnics, you may be our man John"

R.S. Wennberg, Greensboro

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"Wow, Interior Designer, love it, John"

R. S. Wennberg, Greensboro

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"Well, that's all fair and good Mr. Stone, but can you change a tire?"

"You know, Mr. Cave, Introverts ARE the new Extroverts."

"Says here you clean up well."

R.S.Wennberg, Greensboro

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You would prefer a desk made of stone?

You are proficient in Grunts and Ughs?

So, you can 'carve' 50 words per minute?

You participated in 'Naked & Afraid' season 1?

David S. Crawford, Greensboro

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“On your resume’ you drew yourself killing a mammoth.”

Tim Tribbett

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So, to make your resignation complete, please chisel you signature on the dotted line!

We have to let you go! You're not evolving fast enough!

We appreciate your interest in Geico.  But unfortunately, the caveman bit has run it's course!

These recommendations are great- a Mr. Flintstone, a Mr. BC, Mr. Oop, Thag Simmons!

If we do revive the Geico Caveman, we'll let you know!

Let me see- undergrad at Stony Brook, Masters at Slippery Rock and PhD. at Stony Brooke.  Impressive!

Mike Perry, Eden

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"Says here, Assault and Battery charge 30,000 BC, how's that been working for ya?"

R. S. Wennberg, Greensboro

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1. I see that you have listed Welma and Fred Flintstone as references.

2. Did you ever meet Ali Oop?

3. Your past jobs are interesting.  What is a “cave wall designer”?

4. I want you to read this memo about dress code regulations.

5.  I’m sorry, sir, we now have machines that break up rocks.

Dave Sheets, Greensboro

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OK! I won't fire you if you can spell Australopithecus!

Mike Perry,Eden

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"So...You were laid off from GEICO?"

Mike Oakley, Greensboro

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Under productivity, your boss says that every day you reinvent the wheel.

Carol Bloom, Greensboro

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Let’s see: can make fire, carve wheel, hunt wooly mammoth . . .

Connie Richardson, Jamestown.

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You can't hit a girl with a club!  Here's what you do- a nice meal, some dancing, a bottle of wine....

Mike Perry, Eden

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Do you have any other skills besides “can make fire”?

Nancy Stevens, Jamestown

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Do you really think that a cudgel is the best persuader!

I must tell you, Trog, that humans are NOT a food resource.

Bringing your own slate is not a good criterion for the position.

Well I don’t think we need any fires started just now.

Do you have a tie to match your ensemble?

Keith Peddie, Greensboro

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I see you've come up with the wheel.  It's interesting, but it's been done.

Fire, writing, the wheel, walking upright-  that's really quite a resume!

Really?  You're Fred's long lost cousin Bernie?

I'm sorry, We don't have any openings for hunter-gatherers!

I see under hobbies that you like to go clubbing!

Mike Perry, Eden

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I see that you're filing a species-discrimination case. 

We don't discriminate because of species., but we do require they all wear underwear!

When I said you could name your salary, I didn't mean "Thag!"

We aim to be gender-neutral, ethnic-neutral, age-neutral, and species neutral!

Let's see- you don't text, no Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Email. Blogs,   Welcome  to the Company, Mr. Thag!

It's obvious you don't have spellcheck!

Mike Perry, Eden

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"I see it's been some time since your last construction project."

Luther Jackson, Stoneville

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"I see you haven't been exactly setting the world on fire."

"So you're a bit technologically challenged...."

"When did you last update your computer skills ?"

"So you listed Barney Rubble as a reference...."

"Your boss described you as a Neanderthal."

"You don't know what 'You're fired' means ?"

"One of your hobbies is collecting pet rocks ?"

"Maybe a job working with your hands would fit you better."

"I'm afraid work in the fashion industry is out of the question."

"Your recording for training purposes indicates you say 'ugh' a lot."

"Customers describe you as having an unpleasant demeanor."

"It says you have the face, but not the voice, of a radio announcer."

"I'm afraid we're not hunting for someone of your... um... abilities."

"So wearing a suit wouldn't suit you...."

"You balked at the 'No shirt, no shoes, no service' sign....."

"Is anything about you up-to-date ?"

Debra Watson, Eden

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1. Your wife’s name is Jane?? Sounds familiar.

2. So you taught Tarzan all those tricks?

3. I believe you would be perfect to play the part of Big Foot in our next movie.

4. What language is this?

5. I see you have listed all of your relatives as deceased.

6. Did you ever ride a dinosaur?

7. Did the Red Cross provide shelters during the during the Ice Age?

8. Lucky for you, I can decipher pig Latin.

9. Where were you when the asteroid landed?

10. Did the asteroid kill your entire herd of dinosaurs?

11. I believe you could assist our scientific team in identifying some bones they found.

12. Would you be interested in a job identifying old bones?

13. We need someone to help us write an ancient history book.

14. You seem to be someone conversant in ancient history.

15. Professor Jones needs an assistant to teach his class in ancient history.

Dave Sheets, Greensboro

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“Seems you are really into clubbing.”

Tim Tribbett

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“Either cross your legs or buy some underwear.”

Tim Tribbett

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"Due to your longevity, you've accrued 20 years' vacation."

"With compound interest, your 401k will bankrupt the company."

'We feel it's time to move you out of the boiler room."

"Since it's a jungle out there, you'll fit right in."

"Does this picture of a beach mean you're requesting vacation?"

"You'll be awarded your 10,000-year pin at the retirement ceremony."

"When I said 'You're fired', it wasn't a request to start one."

"Your new garment resembles the CEO's missing German shepherd."

Bill Wallace

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Being "Keeper of Fire" doesn't qualify you for an IT position.

Your experience as a mammoth hunter might qualify you as a recruiter in HR.

I'm sorry, we don't have any positions open for mammoth hunter right now.

Mr. Grog, your work with a club is very impressive.

Mr. Mook your work in fashioning stone tools is very impressive.

I see you have a degree from Hunter Gatherer University.

I don't believe I've ever heard of Hunt or Starve University.

Your experience with clubs and spears qualifies you for a position in our complaint department.

Your lack of verbal language skills will make you a perfect phone-in customer service rep.

Your lack of vocabulary makes you perfect for our customer help line.

To get the on-line service rep job, repeat after me, "Hi, my name is Tim, how may I help you today?"

I see you're a member of Cavemen local # 485.

Can you tell what your duties were as a missing link in your last job?

Sorry, but we don't seem to have a problem with cave bears at this time.

Sorry, flint napping isn't a skill we need at this time.

May I suggest you try your hand as a political consultant?

Mr. Gronk, we are a political consulting company.  You will fit right in!

Roy Forrest, Whitsett

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I see that your very handy with a club.  How would you like to come work for Human Resources?

Mike Perry, Eden

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"You drove a T-rex ?

Luther Jackson, Stoneville

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So you have been in the same Home Room for 12 years?

Don Rankin, Greensboro

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I’m sorry, but you tested positive for loonie-rock. That stuff was banned over 10,000 years ago.

spousal abuse is a serious allegation. Did you actually drag your wife by her hair?

you were turned in for  drawing cave men and saber tooth tigers on the restroom wall.

you were turned in for drawing saber tooth tigers on the restroom walls

you were caught dragging your wife by the hair in one hand and a club in the other. It doesn’t look good!

you want a baby changing rock in the men’s room?

sir, please stop building fires in your work cubical!

For your parents, you listed Fred and Wilma?

Mitch Poole, Mt Juliet, TN

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I see you’re here for the caveman role.

Sorry. Not much call for someone who can club wild animals and drag mates by their hair.

Think I got off the Time Machine at the wrong century

Don’t worry. I’m sure we can find another time for you.

Why do they call it Grey Poupon? It’s really more like....uh.....well.... kinda.....mustard colored

Patricia Sadler, Chino Valley, AZ

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And those rules are carved in stone. Oh, I'm sorry- I only meant that figuratively!

Mike Perry, Eden

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Was that a positive or negative “ugh”?

We need a bold person, not a boulder-rolling person.

You’ll fit right in at our Halloween office party.

We’ll consider relaxing our dress code.

Joan Lux, Greensboro

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#1:    "Writing JOY captions is so easy, even a caveman could do it!"

#2:    "Well, you've given me a blank piece of paper, which means only one thing.  You're perfectly qualified to work here!"

#3:    "I appreciate your efforts to submit your resume to me on paper rather than on stone tablet!"

#4:    "It says here that while your TV series was a flop, your GEICO TV commercials have been a hit!"

#5:    "The ladies tell me that we already have plenty of your kind working here!"

Paul J. Klosterman, High Point

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Sir, we meant hunting down business metaphorically.

Catherine FitzGerald, Greensboro

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No, Grog. Fire BAD, not good.

You know, Tim, you're taking Casual Friday thing too literally.

Sorry, but Halloween's not for another month.

We might have an opening for you in the quarry. Let me call Mr. Slate.

Well, what CAN you yabba-dabba-do?

Ken Sheldon, Elon

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"This job is so easy a caveman could do it."

Luther Jackson, Stoneville

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 “Sally says you keep harassing her to go clubbing with you!”

Debbie Meurs, Greensboro

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“You told Wendy that she’s the hottest thing since fire?”

Debbie Meurs, Greensboro

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“You cannot call a large woman a Bronti-saurus!”

Debbie Meurs, Greensboro

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“Your supervisor reports you’ve been drawing on the walls again!”

Debbie Meurs, Greensboro

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“I see on your application that you are proficient at making fire.”

Debbie Meurs, Greensboro

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“Sherri says you tried to give her Ughs and Kisses!”

Debbie Meurs, Greensboro

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Are you a swinger ?

Skills: yelling?

Define “King of the Jungle ?”

Favorite food- Grey Poupon. You are hired !

Yes we have Grey Poupon in the snack bar

You have a boy named Boy ?

Hmm. No experience with power tools

Do you have an axe to grind ?

Now about the dress code

Well technically we don’t require a coat and tie, but...

Yes, we have casual Friday

Are you applying for “ King of the Jungle ?”

Tell me about your family tree

You have me up a tree here, Tarzan

Tim ! It’s about the dress code

You live on Vine Street ?

Transportation- Vines ?

I see you won a yodeling contest in the jungle

Well, your question about what electricity is seems like a good one

I-pad. No, not lily pad

So, how’s our date going so far ?

Lee F Richmond, Jamestown

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I'm sorry, sir, but we don't hunt and gather here!

Mike Perry, Eden

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You were Trump's stunt double?

Henry, Greensboro

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We don’t need a Neanderthal interpreter right now, but I’ll put you on the list

You just can’t stop saying “Yabba dabba do”???

Patsy Sadler, Chino Valley AZ

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you are applying for the Vice President? What university did you attend?

I see you’re here for the job application. Where did you go to school? Alabama?

you’re applying for the opening in the men’s clothing department?

Mitch Poole, Mt. Juliet, TN

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"I see that you were famous for saying 'So Easy a Caveman Can Do It!'... but Do WHAT??!!"

"That was YOU??   You Said   'So easy a Caveman can Do It.'???"

"I'm  afraid that hunter, gatherer isn't listed on any needed skill sets. What else you got?"

"Do you have any more recent skills besides 'bronto-crane operator'?"

"So after hunter, gatherer, you became a bronto-crane operator in the town of Bedrock.... then there's a long gap."

"You have an impressive resumé; were you really in 'Night in the Museum' with Ben Stiller?"

CC  Cockerham, Greensboro

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"Your resumé is a picture of you pushing a very large rock with a stick; under that it says: 'invented early rock & roll'.  Please explain.

"Under references you list Barney Rubble and Fred Flintstone, uhh... do you have their current phone numbers?"

"Under references, you list a Barney Rubble with a phone number as 4. Is that the most recent?"

"I see that you graduated from 'The School of Rock'. Can you tell me more?"

"I see that you've done several commercials for GEICO. Can you tell me about that?"

"Under hobbies you list 'Yabba Dabba Doo'; can you be more specific, please?"

CC  Cockerham, Greensboro

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“Says you keep drawing on the walls.”

Tim Tribbett

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“Your resume’ is a drawing of you spearing a mammoth.”

Tim Tribbett

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“You do know that we have a dress code, right?”

“It says that you excel at hunting and gathering”.

“What does yabba, dabba, doo mean”

Ruth Petty, Greensboro

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Your date of birth needs to be more specific than "stone age."

Rick Huebner

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I see you're taking Casual Friday a bit too far.

I see you're good at grunt work.

Stop being lazy, and just yabba dabba do it.

You need to stop drawing on the office walls.

David Core, Greensboro

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“You’re the 3rd candidate who invented the wheel.”

“Your references are Fred and Barney?”

“You clubbed another co-worker?”

“Your contact information is 4 smoke rings?”

“You lit a fire in the kitchen microwave?” 

“Why do you need 100 tablets for writing.”

Phil Valla, Greensboro

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 “While I appreciate your detailed carvings, this wasn’t what I quite had in mind when I asked whether you had any tablet-specific skills”

Richard Foust, Trinity

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"I'm sorry, Mr. Magnon, but dragging your secretary to lunch by her hair is considered sexual harassment."

Larry Parrish,  Piety Hill

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“we have an opening for someone proficient in hieroglyphics.”

Ruth Petty, Greensboro

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“So, where do you see yourself in the next four billion years?”

“Your strengths are pushing heavy boulders and hunting food, did you read the job description?”

Kristi Wallace, Greensboro

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"Under places of employment, you list that you were a crane operator at Slate Rock & Gravel Co.  Can you tell me more?"

"Under occupation, you've listed 'Time Traveler'... can you be more specific, please?"

"I need to talk to you about your dating approach to women.... CLUBBING does not mean the same as it used to for You."

CC  Cockerham, Greensboro

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"Thrug, your name was drawn for our Annual Make-Over Chance.... we've changing the word 'Chance' to 'Necessity'."

"Thrug, we're just not sure that you and Customer Service are a good fit."

"We're suspicious that you may be with the 'Undercover Boss' Team."

"Mr.Walters, we're thrilled you'll willing to be an 'Undercover Boss', but we need to discuss your disguise."

"Mr.Walters, is this Really the disguise you've chosen to be on 'Undercover Boss'?!"

CC  Cockerham, Greensboro

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It says here that you made fires.

Sorry it took so long, somebody parked a giant mammoth in the CEO’s Parking place.

I’m sorry, we don’t have any openings for a fire starter.

Joey Pellino, Reidsville

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SCHOOL/JR. ENTRIES (elementary / middle school)

Our dress code doesn’t include mammoth

Your application says MurgeAarAAA. Is that right ?

Ethan Reese, 10, Lexington

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BEST POEMS

On the Carpet

Caveman Thag has committed an egregious error,

which filled his co-workers with pure abject terror.

With a piece of flint and a big stockpile of wood,

he lit the eleventh story office space up but good.

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There was no malice or ill-will in this pyro action;

building fires just happens to be Thag's passion.

It's something he learned long ago as a youth;

he doesn't realize it's now considered uncouth.

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He was reared in the maw of a dank, dark cave;

each day was a struggle his young life to save.

The animal skin he's wearing isn't off the rack;

it's a trophy he garnered after a fierce attack.

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The civilized suit charged with deciding his fate

realizes Thag's reasoning is a little out of date.

Building fires and wielding clubs was all the rage

back in the prehistoric era called the Stone Age.

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So he'll probably get a pass on this one event;

he won't have to find somewhere to pitch his tent.

In fact, he'll become a celebrity and elicit a toast

when he ends up in charge of the weenie roast.

Bill Wallace

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Flintstone Firing

After working at the quarry for a million years,

Fred is faced with having to shift some gears.

He's just another victim of modern automation,

and now he's headed for a permanent vacation.

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This exit interview at the company headquarters

is leading him toward dark, unchartered waters.

His outdated skills and extremely advanced age

will make a rebound almost impossible to stage.

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He's not looking forward to telling Wilma, his wife;

she won't be expecting this news so late in her life.

But she's spunky with a good head on her shoulders;

she'll be glad to hear that he's finished with boulders.

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They'll spend time with the kids and probably travel;

whatever's out there is more interesting than gravel.

They might call Hanna-Barbera, alert the old crew;

tell Barney and Betty what's old has become new.

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It would be great to see them all back on the tube;

you may think it's corny, just a show for the rubes.

But I'd sit here each week, just like way back when,

even if it was re-runs, I'd watch them all over again.

Bill Wallace

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The caveman got up one morning and went to the city

and said I’ve looked everywhere and it’s a pity

I can’t find a job so I may as well go home

at least there I’m king of the firestarters and I’m never alone.

Joey Pellino, Reidsville

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THIS WEEK’S JOY “WALKS INTO A BAR” JOKES

A caveman walks into a bar.  Barkeep asks "What'll you have?" and the caveman says

"Oh, just give me something on the rocks!"

Mike Perry, Eden

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A huge caveman walks into a bar.  He walks up and pounds on the bar with a club and says, "Ugh, dac, mook, gaba."  The bartender walks over hands him beer and gives him a high five.  Another customer standing at the bar asks the bartender what all that was about.  The bartender smiles and says, "Oh

that's Grock.  He's celebrating his win as customer service rep of the year for the I.R.S."

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A caveman walks into a bar an orders a double shot of whiskey.  A few minutes later he bursts into tears.  The bartender walks overs and asks him if he wants to talk about it.  The caveman says. "Me got trophy mate.  Me very happy.  But mate meet guy with bigger club and leave me."

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A caveman walks into a bar.  He promptly walks up to another guy and hits him in the head with a club and knocks him out.  The caveman grabs the unconscious guy by the collar and drags him out the front door.  A tall shapely blonde standing at the bar looks at the bartender and says, "Hey!  I didn't realize this was a gay bar."

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A caveman walks into a bar and orders a shot of bourbon.  He sits at the bar with his head in his hands for an hour.  The bartender asks him if everything is OK.  The caveman sighs and says, "The men in my clan drive me out.  They tell me if I come back they kill me."  The bartender says, "That's terrible what made them do that?"  The caveman looks down and says in a soft voice, "Me invent bra."

Roy Forrest, Whitsett

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BEST INSIDE JOKE

To get the on-line service rep job, repeat after me, "Hi, my name is Tim, how may I help you today?"

Roy Forrest, Whitsett

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Why do they call it Grey Poupon? It’s really more like....uh.....well.... kinda.....mustard colored

Patricia Sadler, Chino Valley, AZ

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"Writing JOY captions is so easy, even a caveman could do it!"

Paul J. Klosterman, High Point

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You know, Tim, you're taking Casual Friday thing too literally.

Ken Sheldon, Elon

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Favorite food- Grey Poupon. You are hired !

Yes we have Grey Poupon in the snack bar.

Tim ! It’s about the dress code

So, how’s our date going so far ?

Lee F Richmond, Jamestown

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BEST CULTURAL REFERENCE

These recommendations are great- a Mr. Flintstone, a Mr. BC, Mr. Oop, Thag Simmons!

Mike Perry, Eden

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BEST/WORST PUNS

“Sherri says you tried to give her Ughs and Kisses!”

Debbie Meurs, Greensboro

 

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