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<   No. 2150   2008-12-15   >

Comic #2150

1 {scene: Ancient Rome}
1 Julius: It's odd, Marcus.
1 Marcus: What is, Julius?
1 {in the foreground, a rat runs across the forum}
2 Julius: Here we are in Rome, the largest and most important city in all of history...
3 Julius: And yet it feels like the rest of the universe is passing us by...
3 {a white cat chases the rat across the forum}
4 Marcus: Non mus et felis universum est.

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I realise the Latin is probably completely wrong. But it's more important that people have a reasonable chance of figuring it out.

The background, by the way, is the Roman Pantheon, an absolutely amazing building to see. Moreso because it's been there for nearly 2000 years.

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