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Comic #296

1 Iki Piki: I'm still unsure about stealing computer cycles from the past. Are you sure the technology is safe?
2 Spanners: Absolutely! Compuchronic transfer is foolproof. Now let me just bring up our navigation parameters...
3 {The star-background on the screens is now the blue screen of death}

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2012-10-09 Rerun commentary: This is one of the hazards of stealing CPU cycles from computers in the past. Heck, you could end up getting cycles from Windows ME machines.

Here's an actual photo I took on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Frankfurt earlier this year (2012).

Inflight error screen

Looks like they were stealing cycles from Linux machines, not Windows!

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