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<   No. 685   2004-12-11   >

Comic #685

1 Haken: {walking past more bull statues in the ancient Minoan palace} But won't die Atlantean artefacts be in die sea, underwater?
2 Ginny: {stopping to answer Haken's question} Only part of Atlantis sank. Santorini is what's left.
3 Ginny: But since the Minoans built on top of it, we have to go far below ground if we hope to find any of it.
4 Haken: Ah! So we are to plumb new depths?
4 Erwin: Nazi science is good at that!

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2014-01-06 Rerun commentary: You need to know the idiomatic meanings of "plumb new depths" to get this joke.

Also, those cows! You can actually see the asymmetric structure mentioned in #658 here if you look carefully.

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