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Comic #3152

1 Head Death: So let me get this straight. I sent you to the most significant insanely overpowered fireball in history...
2 Head Death: ... and the only person who died did so because he came back in time and murdered himself?
3 Death of Choking On A Giant Frog: Yeah. I thought those sorts of things shouldn't happen any more with the Frog dead.
4 Head Death: Paradoxes should not occur, and pre-existing paradoxical states should resolve themselves gracefully.
4 Death of Choking On A Giant Frog: Well he wasn't clumsy about it...

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