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Comic #2465

1 Spanners: {cyberspace avatar} What?
2 Spanners: {into radio} Paris, are we all in cyberspace again? What's going on?
3 Paris: {over radio} Er, nothing. Just a tiny glitch in the ship's computer.
4 Paris: Serron tried to plug his MP3 player into the ship's hi-fi system.
4 Serron: I thought we could all use some Spice Girls.

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The Space gang haven't been stuck in cyberspace for... a very long time.

I think it was this strip, over three and a half years ago. Gosh.

2023-07-19 Rerun commentary: In hindsight, this glitch should have happened when he unplugged it without safely ejecting it first.

It's interesting that in the 13 and a bit years since this comic was first published that MP3 players have already been rendered essentially obsolete, thus making this comic seem old-timey and quaint.

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