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Comic #3566

1 Monty: Sallah's on his way. Though he pointed out that according to the legends Excalibur was returned to the Lady of the Lake.
2 Prof. Jones: Oh well obviously, everyone knows what the legends say. You don't trust those, do you?
3 Monty: I don't even trust that the sword exists!
4 Prof. Jones: Well there you go. It can't be at the bottom of a lake then, can it?

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Finding Excalibur these days should be no more difficult than finding the Lake where the Lady lived, and draining it so you can dredge the bottom. The main problem[1] is nobody can agree in exactly which lake is the correct one. Wikipedia's Lady of the Lake article lists as many as ten different purported locations for the lake.

I suppose we could just go and drain every lake in England and Wales until we found a cool sword. Actually, I bet if you did that, the odds are you'd find several swords. Then you'd have the problem of figuring out which is the right one!

[1] Besides it being, like, probably, a myth.

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