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<   No. 1775   2007-12-06   >

Comic #1775

1 Iki Piki: We also need to recoup the capital to repay the loan shark. And dropping a large bet on a longshot will lower the odds.
2 Serron: Hmmm. So we should borrow as much as we can and bet it all in order to maximise our winnings. In fact, let's bet the ship too!
3 Serron: Then when we win, we skip the system without repaying the loan! What could possibly go wrong?!
4 Iki Piki: I really don't know...
4 Serron: See! Foolproof!
4 Iki Piki: ... where to begin.

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One of the favourite phrases used in the lunchtime "stupid ideas" brainstorming sessions I have with my friends at work is "What could possibly go wrong?"

In some cases these sessions produce worthwhile fruit such as Darths & Droids. Other times they produce ideas that would put Serron to shame. You don't generally get to see those ones.

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