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Comic #2331

1 Monty: Steal a Nazi zeppelin from under their noses? Are you nuts?!
2 Monty: It's not exactly inconspicuous, escaping in a big, slow, highly inflammable, enormous floating thing!
3 Monty: They'll send fast, highly manoeuvrable planes after us! One hit with an incendiary bullet and we'll be doomed in a huge mass of fire!
4 Prof. Jones: Exciting, isn't it?
4 Monty: What's more, we're already safe in Switzerland!

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Monty's final line was an after-thought, added well after I wrote the rest of this strip.

I'm really glad I thought of it.

2022-07-25 Rerun commentary: Having been in Switzerland a couple of times, I've always felt safe there. Except from the weather.

Oh, and falling off a mountain.

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