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<   No. 808   2005-04-13   >

Comic #808

1 Spanners: Okay, OS upgrade done. We can exit cyberspace now.
2 Serron: Paris' body will be decaying in realspace by now, right? Cyberspace is quite nice. I vote we just stay here.
3 Iki Piki: You need to get a grip on reality! We can't just lose ourselves in an online world and ignore our responsibilities!
4 Serron: Hey, it's a venerable tradition dating back to the 20th century!

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I had another script planned for this strip, but I changed it for reasons I don't want to reveal just yet, related to the plot, so I don't even know why I'm mentioning it here...

2014-05-29 Rerun commentary: Now I have no idea what those reasons were, so I can't reveal them here either.

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