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Comic #4049

1 Jamie: On his death in 1193 Saladin divided his empire amongst his sons. His second son, Al-Aziz, gained the sultanate of Egypt.
2 Jamie: Al-Aziz was so offended by the heathen Pyramids that he ordered them destroyed. His workers created a scar on Menkaure’s Pyramid.
3 Jamie: But he had to give up because dismantling them was as much effort as building them.
4 Adam: Sounds like he needed explosives!

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Forgive the slight non-sequitur turn in this storyline. After writing the first three panels of the previous strip involving Monty Jones and company, an alternative punchline from an alternative theme came to me.

I figured that Adam and Jamie would have time to swap random stories while otherwise just sitting around in a boat on Loch Ness, waiting for the Monster to show up.

Hey, if Steven Spielberg can get away with it, so can I.

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