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Comic #2207

1 Jamie: There's just one problem. Where are we going to get enough explosives to create a big enough bang?
2 Adam: Well, it seems that every living thing that ever existed or will exist in the future is here.
3 Adam: It stands to reason that inanimate objects are here somewhere too.
4 Adam: Which means every explosive device ever made or that ever will be made is ours to use!
4 Jamie: Oh my.

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Oh yes.

Oh yes indeed.

Be afraid.

2021-09-19 Rerun commentary: Yes, that's a polar bear. I don't think I've ever used that polar bear in actual polar context yet.

Also I admire that camera guy's dedication.

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