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Comic #2142

1 Nigerian Finance Minister: So what's going on here? And how can the Nigerian Government make money out of it?
1 {in the foreground, a rat runs across the Finance Minister's office}
2 {a white cat chases the rat across the office}
3 Ponsonby: Hmmm. Something weird is happening. This man has turned into a stereotyped parody of himself.
4 Long Tom: Arrr! Shiver me timbers! Lucky that sort o' thing nay be happenin' to me!
4 {the rat disappears off screen, followed by the cat}

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Yeah, you don't want your pirate characters to be stereotypes in any way.

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