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Comic #1051

1 Ginny: I have a proposal to offer. We both want to get to Moscow. If we join forces we can make this much easier.
2 Monty: But... we only wanted to get there to intercept you!
3 Ginny: We'll need our combined resources to get past Haken and Erwin, who'll be waiting for us.
4 Prof. Jones: Well that sounds very reasonable.
4 Monty: It makes no sense at all!

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2015-03-09 Rerun commentary: Try this next time you're confronted by an enemy. Propose a plan to work together to outfox some other party and achieve your own goals. Conveniently ignore any goals of the person you're proposing this to (which will probably involve stopping you).

You may just bamboozle them long enough for the whole thing to work. And if you get away with it, write a comic about your experience.

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