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Comic #2787

1 Terry: The R102 and R103? But they were never built! The R101 crashed in 1930 and the British airship programme was scrapped.
2 Yeti: Ah, you forget this is an alternate timeline. It therefore follows inevitably that airships are much more reliable and widespread.
3 Jane Goodall: Naturally. But... that also implies...
3 Terry: What?
4 Yeti: Yes.
4 Jane Goodall: Oh. My. God.
4 Terry: What??!!

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It's true. Our own reality is just about the only one in which the airship industry never matured into globe-spanning zeppelin airlines.

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