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Jargon Cartoons and Comics

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'And from what we've been able to determine, this is the tweak that broke the paradigm's back.'

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bven824

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2036x1759 (unwatermarked)

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'I'd like to push the envelope, go the extra mile, and think outside the box to facilitate a win-win solution to the over-utilization of buzzwords.'

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dren257

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2100x1500 (unwatermarked)

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Jargon cartoon 8 of 544

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'We had a group think about implementing paradigm shifting re-prioritisations of our inward facing media strategy in order to enhance our communication with the average man on the street.'

Artist:

Fran

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forn2333

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1555x2300 (unwatermarked)

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"That metallic grinding means her throwout bearings are shot. She's backfiring through her carburetor. The tick indicates transmission trouble, and the smoke means she's on fire."

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CC87688

High Res:

2185x2310 (unwatermarked)

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Jargon cartoon 14 of 544

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"I was on the cutting edge. I pushed the envelope. I did the heavy lifting. I was the rainmaker. Then I ran out of metaphors."

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CC32480

High Res:

1517x1800 (unwatermarked)

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