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Comic #2577

2 Scientist Adam: Whoa! Look, dinosaurs!
2 Scientist Jamie: Wow, we must have gone back in time around 100 million years.
3 Scientist Adam: Let's go look around.
3 Scientist Jamie: What about the time machine? It's our only way back home.
4 Scientist Adam: Ah, leave it there. Who could possibly steal a time machine in the Jurassic era?

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That's one of those questions that you just know is going to come back and bite you.

A bit like, "Don't be ridiculous. There's no such thing as vampires."

2024-04-16 Rerun commentary: "I can totally fix this myself, no need to call a professional."

"Trust me. I have a great sense of direction.""

"Who needs backups? I've never lost a file in my life."

"I'm sure it's perfectly safe to eat."

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