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Comic #2003

1 Paris: You're not from the future. I'm not going to go back in time. So what do we do with you?
2 Paris 2: Let me pilot the ship. You can go to your eternal rest.
3 Paris: Oh you'd love that, wouldn't you? It would be too easy to take over my life.
4 Paris 2: You'd never have to see Serron again.
4 Paris: Let me think about it for a while...

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It's considerably easier for me to the paste a starfield into the background than the on-planet scenes I was using for a long time there. Phew.

2019-10-06 Rerun commentary: I was just rereading the original annotation (above) and noticed a typo (which I've now fixed). It said "into the background that the on-planet scenes".

That typo was there for over eleven years! I thought I had the most pedantic readers in webcomicdom! You let me down by not telling me about it! ;-)

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