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Comic #651

1 Ophelia: {walking back to the desks from the meeting room} Good lord, that was an incredibly boring meeting. What did you think of it, Will?
2 Shakespeare: I thought it was very productive.
3 Ophelia: Oh?
4 Shakespeare: While Mr Marlowe was rattling on, I came up with a dozen or so cool plot ideas for my Harry Potter fan-fic.

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2013-11-27 Rerun commentary: This may or may not be based on actual meetings I have attended.

This is why you should always take a pen and a notebook to meetings, by the way.

The black "wall" thing in the background right of panels 1, 2, and 4 is actually the corridor of my home, next to the desk on which I photographed the set. The white wall behind the set ends and then there's a corridor next to it, which is usually darker.

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