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Comic #2214

1 Jamie: So we need to gather all the explosives in existence into one big pile.
2 Adam: I've thought about that. It'll take too long to collect it all.
3 Jamie: So what are we going to do?
3 Adam: Isn't it obvious?
4 Adam: We have to build a time machine first!
4 Jamie: You're right... I should have seen that coming.

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Of course. That's the solution to everything.

Imagine what you could achieve if you had a time machine.

2021-10-16 Rerun commentary: In the best case, of course, you don't have to build a time machine first. You just wait until your future self comes back in a time machine, and you steal it off them.

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