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Comic #1952

1 {scene: Ancient Rome}
1 Marcus: Ave Julius. I hear the Prefect of Judea has been having more trouble with the locals.
2 Julius: Yes, but he has a plan.
2 Marcus: Oh?
3 Julius: He's going to see if instituting a compulsory regime of daily exercise will reduce unrest.
4 Marcus: Interesting idea. What's he calling this exercise programme?
4 Julius: Pilates.

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One Pilate.

Many Pilates.

2019-04-13 Rerun commentary: Ooh, nice perspective change in the last panel.

Wait. "Reducing unrest" would imply increasing the amount of rest. He's going to increase the amount of rest by enforcing more exercise.

Isn't English wonderful? Or Latin, in this case, since that's what Marcus and Julius are really speaking.

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