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<   No. 2798   2010-09-24   >

Comic #2798

1 Shakespeare: I guess it's true. Time travel is impossible. Going back to some past period of history can only be a journey via the power of literary narrative.
2 Shakespeare: {typing} So saying, Will looked up from his desk, only to find his surroundings had changed. He was, mysteriously, in Oxford in the 1940s!
3 {Will looks around the office}
4 Shakespeare: Stupid literary devices.

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Yeah, unfortunately that never seems to work.

Except in fiction.

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