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Comic #2559

1 Allosaurus: {chasing Steve, Terry, and Jane Goodall} RAAARRRHH!!
1 Terry: How are we going to get back to our own time?
2 Jane Goodall: Simple. We find a time machine.
2 Terry: In the Jurassic?
3 Jane Goodall: Do you know how many time travellers have come here and been killed by dinosaurs? There's abandoned time machines all over the place!
4 Terry: Oh, that's just ridicu...
4 {they come across a time machine}

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It's true. If you ever find yourself millions of years in the past, don't despair. The odds are there's an abandoned time machine within a few kilometres. After all, how long do you reckon most time travellers would last in a place like that?

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