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"Would you quit fooling with that thing, Raymond? I've told you the real money is in television."
Pig and Chicken Leave Shadow Shapes on Cow.
Astral slide projection
'I have a plan 'B' but that's also dependent on a working projector bulb.'
'I have a plan 'B', but that's also dependent on a working projector bulb.'
'The boss wants to know how much longer till Powerpoint is working again.'
'The Sunday funnies in PowerPoint... your dad is awesome, Billy!'
'This illustrates the first point I'd like to make - we need a projector.'
"The projector is broken, sir. Here is a transcript of your presentation. Where do you plug it in?"
Keeping the projector cool
The nerds in back always ran the astral projector,
Why they're called 'bullet points'.
Tyrannosaurus Rex Bicep Flex
Theater Owner Who Refused To Convert To Digital Projection.
'I can finance your conversion to digital, but you'll owe me your soul.'
'I've already seen this movie - eighty times! I'm a projectionist.'
"Okay, we were bluffing. I don't really have an old film of my Granddad's colonoscopy. We thought the prospect of having to watch it would finally make you leave, and let us go to bed!"
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'What the … that's me? Man, if I knew I had such a goofy run, I would have let the lion take me, right there!'
'This is a pirate moving image isn't it?'
It would be a painful forty five minutes before Arthur finally admitted he left his presentation at home.
'I think he's given up on the clicker altogether.'
The village cinema-club was going down a treat with the locals!
'Who wants to go to the library and bring back the underhead projector?'