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Comic #729

1 {scene: a Martian saucer in space}
1 Martian 1: So how does making crop circles help with invading Earth?
2 Martian 2: By locating them on ley lines we create power nexuses that disrupt their information networks.
3 Martian 1: I thought we had a program to do that already.
4 Martian 2: No. Believe it or not, Windows is actually their invention.

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It's a bit cramped in that saucer.

2014-02-26 Rerun commentary: Ooh, another Windows joke. I wonder if Windows, or operating systems in general, are on TV Tropes' list of Acceptable Targets.

* search search *

Hmmm, no, it's not. Almost all the Acceptable Targets for jokes appear to be classes of people (and there are a lot of them). However, interestingly enough, both MacOS and Linux (but not Windows) are listed on the page of Unacceptable Targets.

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