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Comic #57

1 Kyros: So elven philosophers often put Descartes before the horse?
1 Alvissa: Sartre-nly.
2 Alvissa: Making a Plato the masses is one of the Marx of elven philosophy.
3 Mordekai: Will you stop the philosophy puns?!
3 Kyros: Why?
4 Mordekai: I'm Zenophobic.
4 Alvissa: You Kan't be serious...

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2012-01-04 Rerun commentary: As I write this commentary, the script for this strip shows "Lambert" claiming to be Zenophobic. I've fixed it now, because of course that's Mordekai. I can't believe that error survived this long without anyone pointing it out to me.

I guess there really are more things in Heaven and Earth than are dreamt of in elven philosophy.

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