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Comic #2115

1 Robot: You don't want to buy the ship? Did I put too much pressure on you?
2 Iki Piki: No, it's not that...
2 Robot: Good.
3 Robot: {points gun} This plasma pistol says you will buy the ship then.
4 Serron: Hey, you must have gone to the same sales skills course I went to.

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I worked in sales once. I didn't have the forceful personality for it, so wasn't very successful. A plasma pistol would have helped immensely.

2020-11-01 Rerun commentary: That Lego piece the robot is using as a pistol is variously used as a megaphone or a science-fictiony gun. Although most often when used as a gun it's pointed the other way, with the flared end being the barrel. I deliberately turned it around the other way here, just to be different. (Not to imply that the robot was pointing it backwards.)

Oh, and don't ask where the robot got the pistol from between panels 2 and 3.

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