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<   No. 1719   2007-10-11   >

Comic #1719

1 Iki Piki: You can't take the organs from our future selves! You're condemning them to die a horrible death!
2 Serron: So? That's their lookout. We need them more than they do.
2 Iki Piki: They're us!
2 Serron: We're us!
3 {beat}
4 Iki Piki: Now I know something is terribly wrong. You actually have a point there.

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It's a dilemma. Do you kill your future self in order to live now? Dang, I should make this into a poll question.

Reminder to myself: When this comic appears, write a poll question based on this.

2018-05-09 Rerun commentary: Looks like the reminder worked. I'm glad otherwise I would have had to travel back in time and make wild and dangerous threats to my past self.

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